“Things We Dig” by Pia Thrasher to Premiere at ScreamFest LA

The Two Gay Geeks received this press release from our good friend Pia Thrasher, who is also the director and stars in Things We Dig, her new short film that will be premiering at ScreamFest LA.

See below for details.

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Pia Thrasher’s “Things We Dig” to Premiere at ScreamFest LA

Things We Dig is a horror comedy about four female vampires trying to make an extra buck. Of course they have a plan…but will it work?
Starring Jenn Larson, Cat Forrest, Morgan Marlow, Marc Biagi, Stephanie Scurry, Patrick Russell Burton, Deepti Kingra-Mickelsen, and myself. Written and directed by Pia Thrasher!

Pia Thrasher comments. “So proud of my rad cast and crew and all the fangtastic work that went into making this short film!”

Stay tuned for more film festival announcements, including the Screamfest New Orleans edition AND a Canadian Premiere SOON!

ScreamFest LA Specifics


Regency Theatres THE PLANT DRIVE-IN in Van Nuys, CA


Tuesday, October 13th at 9pm. Gates open at 8.30pm

Get your tix for:

A Ghost Waits North American Premiere + Ghoulish Horror Shorts” in the link provided below. Things We Dig will be shown in a short film block following the feature film, so it’s a long night on a school night…I know! BUT due to Covid19, it’ll most likely be the only Southern California live/in-person-ish event for this horror-comedy this year!

All COVID guidelines and mask-wearing are required.

The drive-in will project from DCP. Regular theatre concessions are available inside the Regency lobby. Get details about car loads etc in the “buy ticket” link:

Join us at the screening and get your tix here!

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