Bill Gibson’s Christine Movie Car is the most expansive, immersive Christine experience traveling today, now with nine years of thrilling fans under her wheels. Gibson took his passion for the 1983 Stephen King novel and film, and poured it into a loving restoration that stands as a detail-for-detail screen accurate representation of the titular homicidal vehicle, made of actual parts from cars featured in the John Carpenter directed horror classic. Not only do fans get to meet Bill and his 2013 Mopar Hall of Fame inducted Plymouth, but they get to spend time pouring over the world’s largest mobile Christine museum, featuring memorabilia, props, collectibles and original merchandise that can only be seen at one of Christine Movie Car’s appearances.
As featured in Fangoria, Horrorhound and Mopar magazines, Christine Movie Car offers more than your average show car experience, as she comes to life before your eyes, headlights glowing, smoke rolling and doo wop tunes flowing. Gibson has outfitted his ‘girl’ with state of the art effects that recreate actions from the movie, putting convention patrons “inside” the motion picture. Just hope she doesn’t get too close! Often imitated, never duplicated, Bill Gibson’s Christine Movie Car offers a rare treat for fright fans and hot rod lovers alike.
Model, actress, writer, horror fanatic, and creator of cake masterpieces, Barbarann Garrard,( brainchild of her cake endeavor, Cake Rhapsody) is your red headed girl next door… if you happen to live on Elm Street. She has been providing custom cakes since 2009.Although nothing is off limits, she specializes particularly in the dark and macabre art of cake; offering up delightful and equally grotesque creations such as topsy-turvy skeleton bride and groom wedding cakes, oozing anatomical hearts, even intestine-eating punk rock zombie cakes! Barbarann showcased her skills for the Food Network on shows like Halloween Wars and Sugar Dome. For the past 2 years , Barbarann has been the resident cake queen for Crypticon , creating the official ” Prom of the Dead “; replicating the Crypticon Creep for the 2013 Prom of the Dead, and last year crafting a 4 foot tall cake en-robed in a sugar skin blanket topped with the official winged Crypticon emblem ; a true edible macabre masterpiece! She’ll be inviting you Crypticon guests to watch as the final few hours of the cake decoration process takes place in Peninsula A…So come on by, and watch her finish her sinister sugar piece ! Additionally, on Sunday at 1 pm, Barbarann is going to offering a Horror Cake Lab, for the second year in a row. This 90 minute class will be a bloody ( and sticky sweet) good time… if you’re not too squeamish, that is!