NOVI, MI – Horror genre celebrities from movies and television shows alike returned to Michigan for the state’s largest horror comic con, Motor City Nightmares. You can see every celebrity sighting below.
The event kicked off on Friday, July 30 and runs through Sunday, August 1. Hours on Sunday are 10:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tickets for the final day are $20 and can be purchased here or at the door.
This is the only all female run horror convention in the country and organizer Tommy Brunswick says she couldn’t be happier to have brought the big event back after having to postpone it earlier this year.
“It is a huge task to put this together. It takes a year at least to get everything going,” Brunswick told MLive. “This event is just in my blood. I just love it. Literally, so many people have come up to me and thanked me for putting on this show this year.”
Without further ado, here are all of the celebrities who came to Motor City Nightmares 2021.
One of the biggest draws was Malcolm McDowell. This veteran actor is known for playing Alex DeLarge in Stanley Kubrick’s “A Clockwork Orange.”
You also know him from dozens of other movies and TV shows, including “Star Trek: Generations,” “Tank Girl,” “Easy A,” “Bombshell,” “Entourage,” “Heroes,” “Franklin & Bash” and “Mozart in the Jungle.”
You probably recognize this actor from “The Walking Dead.” Lew Temple’s role in that hit horror TV show is that of Alex. You also know Temple from “Domino,” “Waitress,” “The Devils Rejects,” the remake of “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” and Rob Zombie’s “Halloween.”
Remember that creepy character Malachai from “Children of The Corn?” That’s actor Courtney Gains. You also know him from “Back to The Future,” “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “The Burbs,” “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Dorm Daze.”
A famous “scream queen” has returned to Motor City Nightmares. Dee Wallace played the mother in “E.T.” You also know her from her roles in “The Howling,” “Cujo,” “The Hills Have Eyes” and “Critters.” She was also in Rob Zombie’s 2007 film, “Halloween,” among many other projects.
Veteran actor William Forsythe returned to Motor City Nightmares this year. You know him from a lot of projects, including “Raising Arizona,” “Gotti,” “Out For Justice,” “Dick Tracy,” “The Rock” and “The Devil’s Rejects.”
Check out the girls from “Halloween,” Kristina Klebe (left), Scout Taylor Compton (top right) and Danielle Harris.
Klebe played Lynda in Rob Zombie’s “Halloween” and also starred in Neil Marshall’s reboot of “Hellboy.” Taylor Compton also starred as Lita Ford in “The Runaways.” She’s also had numerous other movie and TV roles. Harris also starred in “Urban Legend,” “Marked for Death,” “Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead,” “Free Willy” and more.
This guy is known for playing villains in many films and on numerous TV Shows. Perhaps you know Andrew Divoff from the first two “Wishmaster” movies or his role as the villain in “Toy Soldiers.” He also starred in “Another 48 Hours,” “A Low Down Dirty Shame,” “Air Force One” and more.
You know this guy as Sabretooth in “X-Men.” Tyler Mane also played Michael Myers in the remake of “Halloween” and its sequel, “Halloween II.” He’s also a former professional wrestler.
You may recognize actor Duane Whitaker from his role in Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 hit film “Pulp Fiction” where he played Maynard, the pawn shop owner. He’s also been in numerous horror movies including “Trailer Park of Terror” and “From Dusk Till Dawn 2.”
Actress Traci Lords returned to Motor City Nightmares this year. You know her from “Not of This Earth,” “Cry Baby,” “Tales from the Crypt,” “Melrose Place,” “Gilmore Girls,” “Blade” and much more.
Check out actor Thom Mathews. You know him as Tommy Jarvis in the “Friday the 13th” franchise and as Freddy in “The Return of the Living Dead.” He’s also starred in numerous other TV shows and movies.
Here’s another horror legend who appeared at Motor City Nightmares this year. This is actor C.J. Graham. He played Jason Voorhees in the sixth “Friday the 13th film, “Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives.” You also know him from the horror movie “Highway to Hell.”
Check out Daniel Roebuck. You know him as Deputy Marshal Robert Biggs in “The Fugitive” and in “U.S. Marshals. He also starred in “Lost” and numerous Rob Zombie and Don Coscarelli movies. He also starred in “Matlock,” “Final Destination” and numerous other movies and TV shows.
Here’s Robert Mukes. The actor played Rufus in “House of 1000 Corpses.” You also know him from “Weeds” and “Westworld.”
Check out this previously live VIDEO from this year’s show below or by clicking here.
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