Mad Monster Party Phoenix 2015 at Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

Mad Monster Party Phoenix 2015 at Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

According to our calculations, more than five months remain until Halloween rolls around, which might seem like an absolute eternity to some folks. Then again, if you're the organizers of the the Mad Monster Party Phoenix -- the annual convention focused on horror flicks and slasher films -- every day is probably Halloween. Ditto for any of the horror fans, gothy types, groovy ghoulies, and creepy-looking cosplayers that haunted the three-day event at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort from Friday, May 8, to Sunday, May 10. A bloody good time was had by those in attendance as they met the actors and actresses that starred in some landmark films from the horror genre, or dressed as some of their favorite slasher film icons.

Photos by Benjamin Leatherman


According to our calculations, more than five months remain until Halloween rolls around, which might seem like an absolute eternity to some folks. Then again, if you're the organizers of the the Mad Monster Party Phoenix -- the annual convention focused on horror flicks and slasher films -- every day is probably Halloween. Ditto for any of the horror fans, gothy types, groovy ghoulies, and creepy-looking cosplayers that haunted the three-day event at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort from Friday, May 8, to Sunday, May 10. A bloody good time was had by those in attendance as they met the actors and actresses that starred in some landmark films from the horror genre, or dressed as some of their favorite slasher film icons.

Photos by Benjamin Leatherman
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