• Clarissa Jacobson

Lunch Ladies Head To HorrorHound Weekend After Hypnotizing Programmers With A Mace And Chain

Updated: Jan 29, 2019



The dark web has confirmed that the Lunch Ladies are heading to the largest convention in the US - HorrorHound Weekend - after hypnotizing programmers with a mace and chain.

Apparently, the fun-filled horror event which boasts a film fest, cosplay events, over 150 vendors and A+ horror talent like Bruce Campbell of The Evil Dead, Robert Englund of A Nightmare on Elm Street and Peter Weller of RoboCop, had no plans of inviting the D- Lunch Ladies.

Said Seretta, hanging the mace and chain up next to the weed whacker in their bedroom: "We've never hypnotized anyone before, but that didn't stop us. What do you think YouTube is for? Armed with our skillz we showed up at HorrorHound's door told and them to look into our eyes."

LouAnne, perusing medieval weapons on eBay, went on to explain: "At first we thought YouTube let us down because it didn't seem to be working, but when we pulled out the mace and chain, things went our way. Thanks HorrorHound for the selection!"

HorrorHound Weekend is a three-day horror convention featuring celebrity guests, vendors, film screenings, celebrity Q&As, costume contests, and various additional activities. It's the largest convention in the USA with 30,000 guests attending. It runs August 24,-26 in Indianapolis.

Details on when the Lunch Ladies screen to follow!


Follow HorrorHound at:

Website: www.horrorhoundweekend.com

Website: www.horrorhound.com

Twitter: @horrorhound

Twitter: @HorrorHoundFilm Facebook: @horrorhoundweekend

Facebook: @Horrorhoundfans

Pinterest: @horrorhound

#FilmFestival #Indiana #HorrorHound #NightmareonElmStreet #EvilDead #RoboCop

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