Last Friday, celebrities hit the red carpet to get their scare at the Eyegore Awards, honoring stars of the horror genre and kicking off the 17-night Halloween Horror Nights event at Universal Studios Hollywood!
Filmmaker/actor Eli Roth, Christopher Lloyd, veteran horror icon Sid Haig and "Saw" stars Betsy Russell and Gina Holden were all honorees at the Eyegore Awards ceremony for their work in the genre. Other celebrities participating in the show included host Corey Feldman and award presenters Rob Zombie, Mariana Klaveno of "True Blood," Tobe Hooper, Costas Mandylor of "Saw" and Denzell Whittaker from the cast of Wes Craven's upcoming film, "My Soul to Take."
Halloween Horror Nights, going on now through Halloween, October 31, at Universal Studios Hollywood, promises to provide enough scares, screams and thrills to amaze even the die-hard fans of the scare tradition. 5 mazes based on the most popular horror themes and movies of all time featured include:
* A Nightmare on Elm Street with Freddy Krueger
* Friday the 13th with Jason Voorhees
* Saw featuring horrific new traps from the film series
* House of 1000 Corpses in 3D Zombievision — created by horror expert Rob Zombie
* Vampyre: Castle of the Undead
Location: 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, California. Tel: 1-800-UNIVERSAL, #7. Prices range from $44 to $179 for a VIP deluxe experience. -halloweenhorrornights.com.