Universal Studios Hollywood is getting ready for the 2014 Eyegore Awards! Horror fans are probably already familiar with the awards ceremony which honors those in the entertainment industry that have excelled at bringing the horror genre to the movies, television and music industries. This year, though, 500 of those fans will be able to attend the awards show and bask in the glow of horror royalty.

Universal Studios Hollywood is offering 500 Halloween Horror Nights fans the chance to attend the Eyegore Awards, which will include tons of well-known folks in the horror industry. Recipients and presenters include award-winning filmmaker/special effects make-up supervisor Greg Nicotero, award-winning filmmaker/founder and chairman of El Rey Network Robert Rodriguez, last year’s Eyegore Award winner and actor Danny Trejo, award-winning special effects make up artist and previous Eyegore Award winner Rick Baker, award-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Famer SLASH, “Talking Dead” host and Nerdist founder Chris Hardwick and “The Walking Dead” and “Outcast” executive producer and creator Robert Kirkman.

Syfy’s “Face Off” host McKenzie Westmore will be the event’s emcee, joining the Eygore Awards celebrations for the third straight year. Immediately after the Eyegore Awards, SLASH, along with singer-songwriter Myles Kennedy, will perform the title song from “Nothing Left to Fear,” the first motion picture he’s co-produced from Slasher Films.

The tickets for the Eyegore Awards are available on halloweenhorrornights.com. The special add-on ticket will include a one-time front-of-line access to “Terror Tram.” Eyegore Awards ticket holders also need a Halloween Horror Nights ticket, which can be purchased Friday, Sept. 19.

Follow Halloween Horror Nights online at the link above or on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter. Halloween Horror Nights starts Sept. 19 and continues Sept 20, 26, 27, Oct. 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31, and Nov. 1, 2.

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By Monique Jones

Monique Jones blogs about race and culture in entertainment, particularly movies and television. You can read her articles at Racialicious, and her new site, COLOR . You can also listen to her new podcast, What would Monique Say.

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