Whisperlodge – Adapting an ASMR Experience for the Deaf Community – An Interview

Whisperlodge is a groundbreaking immersive company and experience that relies on the use of tactile, auditory, and olfactory inputs to transport audiences from their daily lives into a world of presence and tranquility. Utilizing various senses, their events are designed to relax the body and mind, expand awareness, and heighten the senses. In an effort […]

Mister and Mischief & Escaping Godot: An Interview

After a hit one-day run during 2018’s Hollywood Fringe Festival (that I went to and enjoyed tremendously), the company behind Escape from Godot is bringing their unique escape room/immersive production hybrid back to Los Angeles during the month of March. We reached out to creators “Mister and Mischief” to get more details on both their […]

Blackout’s Josh Randall Teaches Us About Physical Touch In Immersive Theater

At Midsummer Scream, Josh Randall, co-creator of Blackout, sat down to teach his first ever class on the use of touch in extreme haunts. Below are key points from that class, lessons from Blackout’s past, and a description of the basic tenets of safety they use. While this is not applicable to all experiences and […]

The Willows Welcomes You Home – An Interview with JFI Productions

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 […]

TRIMS Combines an Atmospheric Bar with a Full Contact Haunt – Santu Productions

Santu Deliria broke onto the immersive horror scene in 2017 with the aptly named Inductio. a wry play on extreme haunts that fused dark comedy with real fear to intrigue it’s audience.  Since then, creator Sean Adams and the Santu team have expanded their universe, creating Slack forums, spin-off experiences, and long-form alternate reality games, all keeping […]

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 […]

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