Phobia Productions is a small haunting organization that creates haunted attractions for a wide variety of uses. Primarily a charity organization, the Phobia crew has dedicated themselves to the pursuit of “caring through scaring.”
- No set location, offers haunted attractions for parties and conventions
- Walkthrough haunted mazes with jump scares
- No intentional touch from actors
- Past work has been family friendly, with no gratuitous violence, sex, or gore
- May include strobe lights and fog
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Phobia Productions has been most known for their appearances at Midsummer Scream, such as 2017’s Grimm’s Hallow, 2018’s #viral, and 2019’s Die Laughing. The latter show was a circus-themed maze that included memorable moments like a room full of pool noodles and a clown with a fog cannon. Phobia’s work is generally on the lighter side in terms of its content, without ever diving into extreme violence or sexual content. Their past work has been relatively family-friendly, with Die Laughing earning some enthusiastic reviews from young convention-goers.
Phobia describes themselves as a charity organization, and aims to promote “caring through scaring.” Their website notes that they are available for parties of all kinds, and they can be contacted through the site for any business inquiries.
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