Creepy Weekly: Burn After Reading

Daniel Danger's American Horror Story screenprint will be available at Friday's opening night event for PaleyFest2012.

Lotsa creepy events in this edition:

Tickets are still available for Friday night’s “American Horror Story” panel that kicks off PaleyFest2012 at the Saban Theatre. Tickets start at $20 to see a discussion with the cast and crew of the Los Angeles based haunted house series, including creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, Connie Britton (Vivien Harmon), Dylan McDermott (Ben Harmon), Jessica Lange (Constance Langdon), and Alexandra Breckenridge (Young Moira… the naughty maid). Artist Daniel Danger has created a limited edition American Horror Story screenprint which will be available at the screening – any leftovers will be put up for purchase on Gallery 1988’s website after the event.

Shriekfest, the annual horror and sci-film fest, has teamed with for a bi-weekly podcast called “Shriekfest Radio.” The debut episode is this Thursday, March 1st at 7pm PST with actress and Shriekfest founder Denise Gossett as the first guest.

Want to get inside the head of an arsonist with the real people who do CSI work? Pay a visit this Sunday to Cal State LA’s Criminalistics Department at the Hertzberg-Davis Forensic Science Center for a seminar presented by the Los Angeles Visionaries Association. You’ll get a detailed look at how last year’s Hollywood spree arsonist operated and was eventually caught, as well as profiles of other firebugs from an active arson/bomb detective with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Keep your matches at home.

Cutting edge horror film “Silent House” will be having a free advance screening on Monday, March 5th in Burbank. The gimmick is that this creepy flick about an ominous cabin in the woods takes place in once, continuous, uncut take, ala Hitchcock’s “Rope.” RSVP here, if you dare.

Mark your calendars now for the 1st Annual East Los Angeles Paranormal Conference taking place April 12 at East Los Angeles College. Meet paranormal investigators and catch assorted presentations where they’ll discuss their close encounters with the lively dead. Email for more info.