“A little scratching in the night is nothing to be afraid of… right?”
Your phone rings, and you meet Danny. Danny has a monster in his closet. He doesn’t know what to do next, so he’s calling you for help.
From IL-based, critically-acclaimed immersive theatre company Candle House Collective comes claws: a phone-based horror experience for a solo participant.
Tickets are available here: https://candlehousecollective.com/tickets/claws
You can experience claws anywhere in the world, from your own bedroom – all you need is your mobile phone. The phone will ring at the exact time you select at checkout, and your personal 30-40min experience will begin.
This remote thriller has been sold out since June, and is extending just in time for the Halloween season. Reservations for claws are available Oct 1–Nov 3, and space is very limited.
Don’t miss the telephonic haunt that W42ST called “deeply immersive, dark, and suspenseful.” According to Nightmarish Conjurings, “you can’t help but be completely and utterly drawn into this world of horror and mayhem.”
This season, experience a wholly unique kind of haunting.
All you have to do is pick up the phone.
‘Tis the season for Horror once again. This year Blvd has some extra special picks for you to choose from. The Nightmare Before Christmas, Hocus Pocus, Beetlejuice, Killer Klowns from Outer Space, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Night of the Living Dead & Halloween (1978 film). + Horror Movie Trivia! Tickets on sale now. Let the witching hour begin! https://www.hollywoodblvdcinema.com/events/month-of-horror/Leave a Comment Go to Post...
Flashback Weekend Chicago Horror Con proudly presents the Horror Auto Museum, a collection of the iconic cinematic vehicles from legendary horror films.
The museum presents the premiere of the “The HALLOWEEN Wagon”; the 1978 Ford LTD station wagon featured in the classic “John Carpenter’s HALLOWEEN” (1978). Fans will have the opportunity to take photos with the iconic Station Wagon, and even sit INSIDE this piece of cinema history in the very seat in which Nick Castle (as Michael Myers) sat back in 1978! Also showcased will be the Christine Movie Car (John Carpenter’s CHRISTINE 1983), the Green Goblin Head from “Stephen King’s MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE” (1986), and also making its convention premiere will be the 1971 PHANTASM II Hemi Cuda Tribute Car, a tribute to Don Cosceralli’s classic “PHANTASM II” 1988! The HSPPA will also be displaying a collection of legendary screen used props, including original SAW props and Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter’s wardrobe from “BILL & TED’S BOGUS JOURNEY”!
Entry to the Horror Auto Museum will be included with a Flashback Weekend Chicago Horror Con admission. Tickets will be on sale soon.
Kane Hodder, Alex Winter & Sandy Johnson Joining Guest Lineup at the 2020 Flashback Weekend Chicago Horror Convention
The 2020 Flashback Weekend Chicago Horror Convention is pleased to announce the addition of Alex Winter (Lost Boys, Bill & Ted), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th VIII, Hatchet) and Sandy Johnson (Halloween) to its ever-growing roster of celebrity guests – visit http://www.flashbackweekend.com for full info!
Windy City Horrorama presents a double feature of some genre Animated films, including Night of the Living Dead animated by various different animators.
January 31 at 7:00 pm at Bucket O’ Blood Books & Records, 3182 N Elston Ave in Chicago.
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: REANIMATED
Ralph Bakshi’s Frank Frazetta masterpiece FIRE AND ICE
Thanks to Wild Eye Releasing and Blue Underground for letting us show the films.
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