Christmas Haunts 2018 – All Saints: Santa’s Slay & TMP: Toys’ Revenge

The 2018 haunt season was absolutely massive, from a completely rejuvenated Dark Harbor to some of the best home haunts around. But as is becoming tradition, the year in walk-through mazes couldn’t end without a few holiday haunts. There weren’t nearly as many festive frights to be had as in recent years, especially with the […]

Wisdome LA Brings Immersive Art to Downtown Los Angeles

Imagine walking inside a Tool album cover like the ones designed by Alex Grey: all hypercolor and shamanism and replications of replications of replications of images stretching infinitely into a distant horizon. This is how it feels to step into Wisdome Los Angeles, a “fully immersive entertainment art park” that has recently set up shop in […]

A Christmas Treat that Bites Back: A Recollection of HVRTING’s Naughty and Nice

Disclaimer: the following is a spoiler-rich recap of HVRTING’s Naughty and Nice event from December 2018. Please also note in the interest of full disclosure: HVRTING is an extreme haunt offshoot of this website (Haunting.net), and the two entities share multiple staff members, including the writer of this review, on occasion. The writer attended this […]

What’s in a Name – How Immersive Theater & Horror Companies Were Named

Names are powerful.  They are our doorway to a company. They are a handshake, a first impression. They connect us to their brand, informing us of what we should expect. They have the power to build a long-lasting relationship or turn away a potential customer. But often times more important than the name itself is [...]

Interview – House of Laughing Windows Wants to Build Your Dream House

Have you ever wanted a house built to perfectly match your personality? A new Instagram account has surfaced promising just that. Providing only a questionnaire exploring 92 facets of morality, choice, religion, and perception, House of Laughing Windows is inviting guests to partake in a Dream House Project. Upon completion of the survey, they will start […]

Paulie’s Polymers Office Christmas Party: A Comedic Christmas Creation

Paulie’s Polymers might be a fantastic plastic bag company, but thanks to government bans and terrible marketing, the Los Angeles branch is in trouble—and just before the holidays, too. And yet, here we are, the members of the San Diego branch (the one branch doing fantastically well), joining our fellow L.A. employees for their yearly […]

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