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 […]

An Interview with Illuthion Explores the Immersive Climate in China

With immersive theater growing across the globe, Haunting had the unique opportunity to speak with Jay Kong of Illuthion, a leading immersive company founded in China. Read below for more information on Illuthion, China as an emerging immersive market, and some of the work they have produced.      In your own words, what is […]

Prepare for Scares: Haunting Sits Down with Extra TV to Discuss the World of Immersive Horror

extra extra extra extra It’s that time of year again, and Haunting’s Editor-in-Chief Taylor Winters sits down with Extra to talk the extreme haunts and immersive horror that will thrill and terrify you in 2018.   Our very own Hvrting is truly honored to be featured alongside immersive horror legends Heretic, Theatre Macabre, CreepLA, and […]

Hieronymous Bang Brings Secret Satire to Los Angeles With I’m Gonna Kill the President: A Federal Offense

Back in 2004, during the Republican Convention, a group of renegade theatre artists, helmed by the mysterious Hieronymous Bang, literally and figuratively broke into the New York Immersive Theatre scene with I’m Gonna Kill the President!: A Federal Offense. They performed anywhere they could: bars, alleys, basements, parks…anywhere. The show would pop up unannounced save for an equally […]

Masque Macabre Brings a Poe-Inspired Immersive Horror Party to Chicago

It’s no secret that Los Angeles has become the central hub for immersive theater, with a unique concentration on horror-centric productions. While most cities can’t compete with the sheer number of immersive shows in the LA area, Chicago is emerging as an immersive destination, with more and more quality content, now including Masque Macabre.   Haunting […]

Aiden Sinclair Communes with the Other Side at the Queen Mary

Below is a review and a video interview with Aiden Sinclair, master magician and apparitionist, regarding his new show 'Illusions of the Passed; Legends of the Queen Mary, a Theatrical Seance'. Thank you to Kevin Hsu for the photography and filming in this article and Jon Kobryn for his editing!   Aiden Sinclair speaks with [...]

The Flowering of the Strange Orchid – A Carnivorous Interview with Disco Dining Club

As immersive theater expands in popularity, it has found its way from extreme haunts to non-horror theatrical productions to even silent dinners and debaucherous parties. Taking this idea one step further, Disco Dining Club plunges guests into lavish and themed dinner parties surrounded by decadent sets and immersive entertainment. Haunting had the chance to sit […]

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