New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival Horror convention! Our goal is for fans to see amazing Horror films in the indie scene and also an opportunity to mingle with big names in horror. Horror fans can also participate in Q&A sessions, see the amazing vendors from around the Horror scene and watch the best indie films around.

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Filmmaker/producer Ryan Scott Weber and Comic Book Men producer/ pop culturist Rob Bruce have formed New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival. The official Facebook page which can be found under www.facebook.com/njhorrorcon. Twitter and Insta @njhorrorcon


The event will include over 20 well known celebrities, many Indie Horror films, Film Awards, Exclusive Q and A panels, 200 vendors, Cosplay, Trivia Contest, Photo Ops and more!  New Jersey Horror Con co-founder, Ryan Scott Weber, commented, “The New York/ New Jersey area has many enthusiastic horror fans and filmmakers that need an outlet like this to celebrate films and the genre. Rob Bruce and I are excited to deliver a great experience for fans and professionals alike. “We are pleased to join together great people and create something new and fresh “says New Jersey Horror Con co-founder, Rob Bruce. “Ryan and I are born and raised in New Jersey. We can not wait to create an event dear to our hearts.”


The New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival was an idea by co-founder Ryan Scott Weber many years ago after experiencing Horror Cons and Film Festivals. Weber wanted to put his own spin on it. He then asked Asbury Comic Con founder, Rob Bruce to join him on his journey and add his years of experience to the event. The New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival team is made up of professionals in the Horror field and past convention creators. The New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival is an annual gathering of professionals in the horror industry, actors, artists, filmmakers, dealers and, of course, horror fans. NJHC serves as both an industry insider’s networking event and a chance for fans of the genre to get together, meet some of the creative talents in the field, and generally spend a weekend celebrating all things scary. “We want to create an unique experience for everyone who walks through the door”. –Weber says. It’s going to be a “True State of Horror” at the New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival!

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