JFI Production’s Haus of Creep is an Evocative & Story-Driven Exploration of Art

Below is our review of JFI Production’s Haus of Creep, the fifth year in the CreepLA Series (CreepLA, Entry, Lore, Awake). There are minor spoilers regarding the experience below, specifically in discussing the various art exhibits and characters you’ll meet. If you are attending Haus of Creep already, I urge you to go in blind, stop reading now, and bookmark […]

Cold War Lounge: The Asset Transports You to a Complex World of Spies and Betrayal

Looking beguilingly exotic with her distinct features and her black, stylishly angled beret, the woman is curt, maybe even slightly demeaning as she tells me to turn around. There are some dangerous people in the crowd tonight, and you don’t want to turn your back on them. Besides, she tells me a bit more reassuringly, […]

Adios Dolores Is a Provocative Exploration of Violence and Objectification

Below is our review of Adios Dolores, the provocative debut immersive experience by Charley Gallay. It is reminiscent of an evocatively charged, black-and-white Vogue photoshoot, and it is gorgeous. Don’t worry about spoilers because aesthetic is king here. Thank you to Taylor Winters for help with this article.    The lobby of Zombie Joe’s Underground […]

Los Angeles Halloween Season 2019 Haunt Guide

With all of the Halloween events in L.A. it's easy to miss out on something you really would have loved. We've got your back! To help you make the most out of your haunt season, we have put together a Halloween Haunt Guide for 2019. Below you will find a list of everything we could [...]

Touch: Incarnation Paints a Future Where Contact is Criminal

In Trailblazer Production’s Touch: Incarnation, the sensations are constant: elegant fingers gently squeezing, poking, and tapping along my body. Robbed of my sight, I am able to focus on my other senses, and none is more important now than touch. This connection, fleeting and fervent, with those around me, as their skin briefly presses against […]

Designing Immersive Environments – A Process By Scout Expedition Co.

Below is a creator-focused article on Designing Immersive environments, aimed to educate creators about production design. It is based on Scout Expedition Co’s class of the same name at Midsummer Scream, but is refracted through the lens of the author, employing many examples from a fan and creator’s experience that is separate from Scout Expedition. […]

Immersive Definitions – A Helpful Guide to Understanding Styles, Types and Contact Levels

Note: While Erik Blair is the main author and wrote almost all of the below immersive definitions, this document is influenced by all members of the staff to ensure that it is a complete representation of Haunting’s views.   When exploring the immersive community, creators and audiences alike will find a great many words being […]

Sound Advice – A Low-Budget Guide to Sound & Music in Immersives

When it comes to low-budget haunting, we’ve come a long way since the much-beloved Halloween sound effects records of the ’60s and ’70s. Today, sound is essential in crafting a frightening mood or elevating an already tense atmosphere. Sound becomes a character within a show and, if done correctly, is one of the most effective […]

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