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We've Been Nominated—Again!

We've been pleased beyond measure by the overwhelmingly positive reaction to the second edition of ROD SERLING'S NIGHT GALLERY: AN AFTER-HOURS TOUR.

Perhaps you would consider casting a vote for our book to snag a statuette at the Rondo Awards. Now in its 21st year, the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards recognize achievement in "classic horror research, creativity, and film preservation." (Rondo Hatton, as many of you will recall, was an actor with the disfiguring disease of acromegaly. Despite a short career, he left a strong impression.)

Along with our book, a number of well-deserving folks have been nominated in various categories.You can navigate to the website (, cut and paste the categories you're interested in voting for, and submit your ballot via email to Here's the list: 4) BEST BLU-RAY COLLECTION

NIGHT GALLERY: Seasons Two & Three (1971–73; Kino) 37 episodes; multiple commentaries; documentaries; and more


NIGHT GALLERY Season Two (1971–72; Kino) Four syndication segments reconstructed for a "lost" episode from Season Two


NIGHT GALLERY, Seasons Two & Three (Kino): "The Syndication Conundrum," a three-part documentary by Craig Beam


Scott Skelton and Jim Benson are not listed for the 14 commentaries they provided, separately and together, for the Season 2 and 3 releases, but you may add them to the ballot and vote for them if you wish. Other luminaries who contributed on these releases include Craig Beam, Mark Dawidziak, Gary Gerani, Tim Lucas, Amanda Reyes, and David J. Schow.

11) BOOK OF THE YEAR (Nonfiction)

ROD SERLING’S NIGHT GALLERY: AN AFTER-HOURS TOUR (Expanded Second Edition), by Scott Skelton and Jim Benson (Creature Features, hardcover, 824 pages, $95 and $250). 400 new pages, new interviews, new foreword by Guillermo del Toro

REMINDER: To vote, send your choices to by Sunday night at midnight, April 23.

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