Monstrously Fun: The Los Angeles Krampuslauf

Special thanks to Paul Koudounaris, for the featured image.   Although Christmas in the United States is traditionally merry and bright, recent years have seen a rebirth of some of the darker traditions spread around Europe, the best known being Krampus. Los Angeles has become home to a thriving community of Krampus enthusiasts, who celebrate […]

Christmas Haunts 2018 – All Saints: Santa’s Slay & TMP: Toys’ Revenge

The 2018 haunt season was absolutely massive, from a completely rejuvenated Dark Harbor to some of the best home haunts around. But as is becoming tradition, the year in walk-through mazes couldn’t end without a few holiday haunts. There weren’t nearly as many festive frights to be had as in recent years, especially with the […]

A Christmas Treat that Bites Back: A Recollection of HVRTING’s Naughty and Nice

Disclaimer: the following is a spoiler-rich recap of HVRTING’s Naughty and Nice event from December 2018. Please also note in the interest of full disclosure: HVRTING is an extreme haunt offshoot of this website (Haunting.net), and the two entities share multiple staff members, including the writer of this review, on occasion. The writer attended this […]

Paulie’s Polymers Office Christmas Party: A Comedic Christmas Creation

Paulie’s Polymers might be a fantastic plastic bag company, but thanks to government bans and terrible marketing, the Los Angeles branch is in trouble—and just before the holidays, too. And yet, here we are, the members of the San Diego branch (the one branch doing fantastically well), joining our fellow L.A. employees for their yearly […]

Happy Holidays Ya Filthy Animals – A Boozy Tribute to Some of Your Favorite Holiday Films

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 […]

Haunted by the Ghosts of Christmas Present at Zombie Joe’s Blood Alley: Christmas

The lights come on. At Zombie Joe’s Underground Theater, they always do…eventually. A body, draped in a long black sheet, hangs out of the odd window situated high on the side wall of the beloved theater. From somewhere out of sight, we hear an ever-growing chorus of mumbling strangers. They seem to be enjoying themselves. […]

3 HaunTs Brings Holiday Cheer to the Backwoods of Texas

To get it out of the way bluntly right up top: Texas’s 3 HaunTs may be the most unnerving haunt operating in America today, and if their “Xmas Scream” holiday overlay is any indication, their bigger and beefier Halloween edition will deliver an ungodly amount of scares.         Situated on a road […]

The 17th Door Celebrates the Absurd Side of Christmas

Since 2015, Orange County’s The 17th Door has staked its claim as one of the most controversial, boundary-pushing, and intense haunted attractions. Combining a flair for the dramatic with some of the most demanding physical challenges in the haunt world, The 17th Door provides an experience unmatched by many of its contemporaries. But that’s all […]

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