Winter Horror Fest Presents “A Fright Before Christmas” to Benefit Mulligan’s Manor

The Two Gay Geeks would like to ask that you consider attending this event or at least go to the website and donate for these At Risk LGBTQ+ kids about to age out of the Foster System.

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Winter HorrorFest presents The Fright Before Christmas, a family-friendly, Christmas-themed horror convention December 16-18 at The Phoenix Center for the Arts. Celebrity guests include Eugene Clark (Land of the Dead), SFX Master Mick Strawn, Eileen Dietz (The Exorcist), John Dugan (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Dr. Paul Koudounaris (Hexencult), Stephen Biro (Unearthed Films) and Father Vampire. Phoenix Ghostbusters will be on site for fun and photo ops, too!

Vendors, food trucks, a costume contest for cash and prizes, a candy crawl, and so many more exciting events and activities await you at this 3-day event.

Special movie screenings with live q&a, an incredible SFX presentation by Mick Strawn, and even a pizza party during the screening of DTLA Film Festival nominee Murder Pizza with a live q&a by writer and director Elizabeth Dowland are included in your ticket price!

As a special part of this event, we are raising funds and awareness for Mulligan’s Manor, a local family setting group home for at-risk LGBTQ youth in the foster system. Our goal is to give them the best Christmas ever and show them that there is a whole community ready to love, embrace, guide, and assist them as they age out of the system.




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