The holidays take a dark turn when Season’s Screamings returns to Pasadena.
Tickets are on sale now for the Holiday Horror-Con, returning December 2-4 at the Pasadena Convention Center. Now through November 1, event producers are offering fans a special offer and 25 percent off general admission with a discount code that can be used on the official Instagram pages of convention providers such as Unwrapped Art, Underworld Subroxxa, Creep IE Con and Black Mast Clothing & design can be found .
Season’s Screamings is the smaller version of the annual Midsummer Scream, which took place July 29-31 at the Long Beach Convention Center and drew around 30,000 horror fans.
This Christmas release will include the Hall of Yuletide Spirits, a dark corner of the convention center that will house mini hangouts from producers of annual walk-through attractions such as The Dreich Society in Ontario, Prism Haunted House in Orange County, and Ghostwood Manor in Pasadena.
There will also be celebrity appearances and meet-and-greets, including Keith David, who has appeared in films such as The Thing, They Live and recently Jordan Peele’s thriller Nope. And you’ll want to phone home and tell everyone you met Henry Thomas, the star of ET the Extra-Terrestrial who also appeared in Doctor Sleep and The Haunting of Hill House.
Over 200 vendors are expected to be on deck selling clothing, props, decorations, artwork and comics. There is also a burlesque show on Friday evening and a Krampus run on Saturday and Sunday. They will screen horror shorts and host panel discussions addressing issues such as the legacy of the horror classic The Shining and exploring the implications of How the Grinch Stole Christmas! with Sara Karloff, daughter of Boris Karloff, narrating the animated classic.
Tickets range from $30 to $95 and can be purchased at midsummerscream.org.
https://www.ocregister.com/2022/10/27/seasons-screamings-convention-brings-holiday-horror-to-pasadena/ This season’s Screamings Convention brings holiday horror to Pasadena – Orange County Register