The I Like Scary Movies Experience

Sara Rose, Staff Writer

For the horror fans, there’s a new art exhibit in Los Angeles called, the I Like Scary Movies Experience. There was a grand opening on April 4th, and it will be open until June 16th. It showcases some of Hollywood’s favored horror films.

Warner Bros Consumer Products and Ultra Productions have recreated the realms of The Lost Boys, A Nightmare on Elm Street, IT, The Shining, and Beetlejuice. The exhibit is around a half size of a football field and attendees will spend 90 minutes walking around and taking pictures throughout the experience with the art installations.

The artist that helped create the exhibit is Maximillian of Ultra Productions. He has had twenty years of behind the scenes instillation experience within Hollywood and Comic Con.

He commented: “I want fans to be able to take a deep imaginative dive into some of their favorite movies in a way that is fun and gives them time to really explore and enjoy the thrill of it all. The Warner Bros. Consumer Products team has been incredibly supportive of our vision and we can’t wait for fans to experience it.”

Visitors can expect to walk through life like scenes of Pennywise’s sharp teeth and sewer lair. There is Beetlejuice’s graveyard and the afterlife waiting room. In addition, there’s the carpet and redrum hedges from The Shining. People can go through Freddy Krueger’s boiler room and sit on his throne. Lastly, there’s a recreation of the Lost Boys train tracks of Santa Clara and a noodle dinner.

Tickets can be bought at ILikeScaryMoviesExperience.com.

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ilikescarymoviesexperience/

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