HorrorHound launched in 2005 and quickly grew to become one of the best-selling and most respected magazines covering the genre. In 2007 we launched HorrorHound Weekend, an annual convention which is currently held twice a year, in Indianapolis, Indiana and in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 2013 HorrorHound Records was launched; a record label specializing in horror-themed original musical acts that includes Harley Poe, The Big Bad, and more. In 2014 HorrorHound Radio was established, providing bi-weekly podcast content revolving around the world of horror, and featuring the latest HorrorHound news. Near the end of 2015 the first-ever mass-produced “HorrorHound” action figure will be released. And starting in 2016 HorrorHound steps into the world of film distribution, with the new company: HorrorHound Features. Proving thatafter a decade in the industry,.
HorrorHound Magazine is a full-color, 68-page, bi-monthly magazine catering to the horror movie and collectibles industry. Content is focused on the latest film and television projects, including theatrical and home video releases. HorrorHound covers the vast world of licensed horror collectibles – action figures, comic books, masks, books, soundtracks, and video games are all examples of topics discussed in each issue. In addition, HorrorHound presents interviews with some of the biggest names in the industry – such as Rob Zombie, Elijah Wood, Sam Raimi, Tim Burton and more! HorrorHound is the most fan-friendly publication available today, and it keeps the readers coming back for more!
When submitting artwork, please follow size specifications outlined below. Incorrectly sized material will be resized to fit the purchased space, or the ad will be altered at the discretion of the publisher to fit the purchased space (a service charge may be billed). A prior-ran ad will be repeated if changes are not provided by the closing date of the current issue. Signed agreements and electronic files must be received by the material due dates listed above for the intended issue (unless pre-approved by HorrorHound). All advertisements should be full color and emailed via attachment or through online services such as Dropbox, Hightail, or FTP to email@example.com. All files should be sent in PDF, JPG, or TIFF formats. All files should be 300dpi print-ready format.
HorrorHound has many outlets for advertising your brand or product online on one or many of our dedicated sites. Between movies, musics, convention news and more we have a site dedicated to your specific potential customer.
Top placement of homepage as part of rotating section or could be purchased as a dedicated location with no rotation.More
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HorrorHound has many outlets for advertising your brand or product online between our many line of business dedicated sites which offer great placement of ads and large amounts of traffic.
HorrorHound Magazine presents a series of mid-west Horror Conventions in such cities as Cincinnati, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Indiana! Fans are able to meet some of the biggest celebrities in film and television, as well as icons from cinema's past.
We have many promotion oppurtunties for you with HorrorHound Weekend; contact Chris Wade for more information.