INSIDE LOOK 3
Here is an inside look at what happened at BMR
Institute of Horror, Fantasy & Science Fiction
event that happened on Feb. 23 2008 at the
Queens Public Library in Flushing Queens.  
While the weather the day before left a little
doubt if the event would still go on, nothing can
stop true horror fans from their love of all things
horror.
So enjoy the inside look and sorry you couldn't
be there.  But there is always next time.  Always
check the BMR Appearances page for our next
public show.

All pictures were taken by Michele Jones and
Victoria Jones
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Science Fiction 2009
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Science Fiction 2009
Part 3

Behind the Screams
at Institute of
Horror, Fantasy and
Science Fiction 2008
The event started with AL J. Vermette, Master of Ceremonies giving
his introduction and his talk on Writing and Publishing.  He then did
a Q&A about the business.  
As horror fans entered the Institution of Horror, they came across
our monster museum located in the lower lobby of the library.  
Who would of thought to see an indoor graveyard?
After the introduction, Lake Films showed two films to the public and also did a
Q&A of life behind the scenes of filming and the various aspects of making a
movie.  After that, there was a Authors Panel that included readings and a Q&A.  
Here is the author's panel
and Q & A.  (l-r  Michael
Laimo, Racheline Maltese,
Sean Lymon Fraiser and
D.W. Jones)
Michael Laimo
answering questions
from an eager audience.
Shoshana Strier assisting
D.W. Jones in author's
reading
AL J. Vermette listening
intently to Sean Lymon
Fraiser and D.W. Jones.
Racheline Maltese and
Sean Lymon Fraiser
discussing their books.
Our monster display just
opposite of the monster
museum.  All of the Star Trek
and Star Wars figures are
original '60 and '70's action
figures.
For the finale of the show, the audience were invited on stage to participate
in the Light Saber Duel.  Though pictures hardly do it justice, here are some
pictures of the Lucan Sword Battle.  For video, go to You Tube and under
search, type Lucan Sword Battle