A History of Blackout – 2009-2019 – A Video Interview with Josh Randall

Celebrating its ten-year anniversary, Blackout is responsible for the genesis of the immersive horror genre. Yet, the mystery and obfuscation surrounding the theater company has prevented a clear description of each experience, as well as a timeline of their events in one location. Today, for the first time ever, Haunting further pulls back the curtain, [...]

Cross Roads Escape Games Interview – Venturing Into Immersive Theater with The Séance

Known for their highly impressive and creepy escape rooms The Hex Room and The Pysch Ward, Cross Roads Escape Games is now venturing into immersive theater with their interactive theater piece, The Séance, which they teased at Midsummer Scream 2019. cross roads escape games interview   Running October 2nd through November 3rd, The Séance will [...]

House of Spirits is a Cocktail Experience in a Macabre Mansion – Interview

Experiences are the evolution of a service, elevating a simple product into a memory and forging a connection between audience and brand. Thus, its no surprise that an increasing number of companies are looking to immersive entertainment to promote a property or to make a night out that much more special. House of Spirits is […]

Intruder Escape is a Phoenix Rising from Reality X’s Ashes – An Interview

Reality X emerged in 2018, combining the tense dread of an immersive horror experience with the puzzles and innovation of one of the best escape rooms. Their first experience, Welcome Home, gave participants the autonomy and freedom to explore a gigantic ranch house, completing puzzles while hiding (and escaping) from numerous killers stalking their every […]

Opechee Haunt Teases Jack’s Halloween JamBOOree 2 & Provides Home Haunt Advice

With half a decade of experience, Sam Kellman is one of the youngest, and most talented, haunted house creators in Southern California. Starting The Opechee Haunt when he was only nine years old, it has grown each year, defying a clear classification. Ranging from impressive Halloween audio / visual displays to scavenger hunts to a […]

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 […]

James Bernard Discusses the Evolution of Extreme Horror at the Castle of Chaos – Video Interview

  Book your trip to Castle of Chaos here, and follow them on Facebook and Instagram. Check out our Event Guide for more immersive and horror entertainment throughout the year. Haunting is a resource for immersive theater and horror fans in Los Angeles and across the world, promoting art and community. Want to help us […]

Justin Brink and Liz of Miasma Discuss Introducing Extreme Horror to New Markets — Video Interview

  Find more information and book tickets for Desecration of the Seven Witches here, and follow Miasma on Facebook and Instagram. Check out our Event Guide for more immersive and horror entertainment throughout the year.   Haunting is a resource for immersive theater and horror fans in Los Angeles and across the world, promoting art […]

Icarus – Visceral Theater Brings Immersive Horror to Kansas City – Interview

Immersive horror is infectious. In Los Angeles, Blackout’s antithetical style of solo, full-contact experiences spread like an epidemic: with Blackout being the sole purveyor of this style in 2012, Alone and Heretic both adopting similar styles in 2013, and the number of companies consistently rising with each passing year. But this trend isn’t simply limited […]

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