October is such a fun month for all of us horror fans! Con-tamination is having a one-night event/party on October 16th which will have some of the Lost Boys as guests, not only that but the movie will play too! If you are in or around the St. Louis area this is a can't miss! I'm in Alabama and I'm gonna try and make it! Check out the goods below and add October 16th to your plans!
From the Press Release:
Contamination Halloween Horror Show Hosts “The Lost Boys” –
Brooke McCarter, Billy Wirth and G Tom Mac
One Night Only!
WHAT: Contamination hosts its first ever Halloween Horror Show featuring the famed actors from the 80’s cult classic vampire movie, The Lost Boys on October 16th from 6pm to 1am at the Firebird! Brooke McCarter, Billy Wirth and musician G Tom Mac will hit St. Louis with a night of music and fan appreciation. Since breaking out in The Lost Boys, McCarter, Wirth and Mac have been popular staples at conventions and events having left an indelible mark on fans of the film all over the world.
WHY: Celebrate Halloween with The Lost Boys at the Firebird! The horror bash is produced by Dyer Straits Productions, the team behind the first ever horror/ sci-fi / pop culture convention, Contamination. In April 2010, Contamination featured a 25th reunion of Day of the Dead, The Howling stars Dee Wallace and Belinda Belaski, Seinfeld’s Soup Nazi, Larry Thomas and the Batmobile.
WHERE: Firebird - 2706 Olive Street, St. Louis, MO 63103
WHEN: Saturday, October 16, 2010
Includes signing of up to 3 items by each Lost Boy actor from 6pm to 8pm, concert by G Tom Mac and Brooke McCarter, Lost Boys movie viewing, Q&A session
RADIO: All actors will be available for radio interviews October 11-14, 2010
TV & Print: All actors will be available on Saturday, October 15 for morning show interviews and pre-event interviews starting at 5pm at the Firebird
6PM to 8PM Autographs & pictures with The Lost Boys (VIP ticket holders only)
8PM Q & A with The Lost Boys
8:30PM to 10:30PM Showing of The Lost Boys movie
10:30pm to 11:30PM Concert by G Tom Mac and Brooke McCarter
12Mid – 1:00AM Halloween costume contest
G Tom Mac Bio:
Born in Birmingham, England, G TOM MAC (aka Gerard McMann) spent his early years inspired by David Bowie, Beatles & T. Rex. G Tom Mac’s string of TV credits include, music for Scrubs, Smallville, The Shield, Gossip Girl, Sarah Conner Chronicles, Americas Next Top Model, Ellen De Generous, One Tree Hill, Plain Jane and The Closer. His movie credits: Fast Times At Ridgemont High, The Terminator, Defiance, Chasing Amy, Kicking & Screaming, The Players Club, I See You.Com and No Way Home. G also wrote and performed a duet with Roger Daltrey for the comedy-hit film The Banger Sisters.
Brooke McCarter began his career in the entertainment industry as a model with the prestigious Ford modeling agency in New York after winning a national talent search right out of college. He soon began doing major campaigns for companies such as Levis and JC Penney. Brooke then began his cult actor status with his first feature film, Thrashin, the first skateboard movie which launched the careers of Tony Hawk, Josh Brolin and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers. His first big break came with a co-starring role in the 80's vampire hit The Lost Boys, which also launched the careers of Keifer Sutherland and Corey Haim and Corey Feldman. Brooke appeared in TV shows such as the Twlight Zone and Route 66. His last feature film was Wired, about the life of John Belushi starring Michael Chikilis. In 2009, Brooke returned to cult horror movie status with the lead role in horror icon Herschell Gordon Lewis's The Uh-Oh Show due to be released summer of 2010 and a staring role in Thomas Churchill’s award winning horror thriller Emerging Past set to release Fall 2010.
Mr. Wirth attended Collegiate Prep School in Manhattan and Brown University in Providence, RI with a degree in economics and business. While there he managed to break a few school track records including the high jump. Discovered by photographer Bruce Weber while at Brown University, he started modeling in NYC in the mid 80's for such magazines as Seventeen, GQ, Interview, and teen magazines. His first movie was Seven Minutes In Heaven. Fifteen years later he has finally made it behind the camera as a director and also running his own production company. His first directing job was for the short film, Kismet in 1999. It is this project that opened doors for backing his first full length Independent film, MacArthur Park, produced by his own Wirthwhile Productions. A new film 7 Mummies was filmed in Arizona for Pretty Dangerous Films and is now out. In 2005, Summerland featured Billy in a wheel chair and dealing drugs. Powder Blue with Jessica Beil and 2 unreleased films are in the can.