The team at JFI Productions has consistently been upping the ante for immersive entertainment. With their massively popular Halloween series – CreepLA, Entry, the Amazon-branded Lore, and Awake – JFI Productions strives to touch upon all forms of fear and horror through atmospheric eeriness and emotional interactions. Beginning in February, JFI is bringing back their […]
I was thrilled to get a chance to see a musical retelling of Edward Scissorhands, one of my favorite films. The juxtaposition of the candy-colored images and the dark heart of the story make it, in my opinion, one of the strongest of Tim Burton’s films. Unfortunately, Scissorhands: A Musical Inspired by the Film doesn’t […]
Below is a review of Sampson Creative Enterprises’ show Grunge Shop Tavern. It’s another peaceful and rainy night in the great Pacific Northwest – the perfect evening to find a local bar for a bite, and warm up with a glass of whiskey. You throw a flannel shirt around your waist, just in case […]
Saved by the Bell was an iconic television series lasting from 1989-1992, with multiple television spin-offs like The New Class and The College Years, in addition to the two TV movies Hawaiian Style and Wedding in Las Vegas. A phenomenon throughout the 1990s, Saved by the Bell made an indelible impression on a generation of […]
With immersive pop-up events gaining popularity, especially for big budget film releases or special occasions, it only makes sense that these ventures have grown to include both Los Angeles night life and the holidays. Happy Holidays Ya Filthy Animals is an unofficial, fan-made, immersive holiday experience that plunges guests into three classic Christmas films: Home […]
The Drunken Devil’s Sinners Social Club May have come to a close for 2018, but that doesn’t mean that creator Matt Dorado doesn’t have BIG plans for his members in 2019. Read on for a recap of this year and a glimpse of what’s up next.
Brilliant blue light floods the outside of a house I know so well. This time, there is no butler to welcome me, but rather, two silent, elegantly dressed women. It’s not their outfits or painted faces that catch my eye though—it’s the venus flytraps carefully perched upon their heads. One is closed, as if it […]
Two weekends ago I partied with the Emperor Caligula. He’s quite a charming fellow, if you ignore the horrific rumors of grotesque depravity and murder. And, he certainly knows how to throw a party! I mean, what’s an assassination or two among friends, right? I should back up a bit. The party I attended […]