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A Spooky Spring: Upcoming Haunt/Horror Events in Southern California

April marks the halfway-point to Halloween season, and if you're like us, you're experiencing serious withdrawal from haunts while also starting to get excited for the 2019 season. But Fall is still so far away, so if you just can't wait, there are a...

Haunt Review: Halloween Horror Nights (Hollywood) 2018

HHN Hollywood sticks to its formula of cinematic themed mazes with a lineup featuring some of the most popular horror movies and TV series. For 2018 there's the unexplained and ghostly phenomenon in the "Stranger Things", "Poltergeist" and "The Horrors of Blumhouse" mazes. Killers, slashers, and creeps in the "The First Purge", "Halloween 4", and "Trick r' Treat" mazes. You'll also come face to face with some of horror's top movie icons in the incredibly fantastic "Universal Monsters" maze. Plus, the tried and true HHN attractions like "The Walking Dead" walk-through attraction, "Terror Tram", and a few miscellaneous scare zones try their best to also thrill guests.

“Zoe” Brings Escape Room Horror to the Las Vegas Strip

If you follow our site, you'll know that Las Vegas is the home to our long-favorite haunt, Freakling Bros. For years, we've encouraged our Southern California haunt fans to make the trek out to Nevada to experience this awesome haunt for themselves. But with...

Haunt Review: LA Haunted Hayride 2018

In 2009, the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride (LAHH) made a somewhat quiet debut at King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas as the first large-scale hayride attraction in Southern California. Sure, there were a few local farms offering hayrides, but they just didn't live up to...

Haunt Review: The 17th Door Haunted Experience: Crybaby (2018)

Walking up to the 17th Door Haunted Experience, the first thing you'll notice is the abundance of signage warning you about the attraction. "This is a physically demanding and potentially dangerous attraction," according to a giant sign on the chain-link fence that surrounds the...

Haunt Review: Sinister Pointe’s Scary Place

In the crowded Southern California haunted attraction industry, many haunts come and go from year to year. Besides the old stand-bys of the big theme park events (like Halloween Horror Nights and Knott's Scary Farm), there's really only one other name that's synonymous with...

HAUNT REVIEW: Warner Bros.’Horror Made Here: A Festival of Frights’

It seems that Universal Studios is no longer the only haunted movie studio in Hollywood. For a few years in a row, Warner Bros. Studios has been hosting their own Halloween horror movie event using their archive of movie properties. We like that they're remaining committed to this event, which must mean it's gaining popularity (and making money). What we could be witnessing the rise of an all-new annual Halloween haunt experience in Hollywood.

Haunt Review: HorrorWorld 2018

Into the Black burst onto the Southern California haunt scene in 2017, and it quickly shattered some of the long-running standards we've come to expect from haunts. Gone were the conga lines and large groups of people spoiling the scares, because in this maze,...

HAUNT REVIEW: DARK HARBOR 2018

Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor charts a course to scare and delight visitors with 6 mazes,  secret bars, and plenty of sideshows and attractions. With no new mazes this year, Dark Harbor shifts its focus to revamping previous mazes and highlighting its sideshow offerings such as acrobatic...

HAUNT REVIEW: Knott’s Scary Farm 2018

Knott's Scary Farm sincerely carries on traditions for it's 2018  Halloween Haunt. With two new mazes, returning popular mazes, and shows Knott's will get (keep) you in the Halloween spirit all night long. We do our best not to spoil the mazes for those who’ve...