Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is expanding its Horror Made Here: A Festival of Frights studio tour with several new attractions to debut in October.
Among the new attractions to WBSTH is Pennywise from It as a part of WBSTH’s It Knows What Scares You maze, the debut of Batman: Arkham Asylum, a maze inspired by The Conjuring Universe, a viewing of the 1973 film The Exorcist in 4D and a tour of Freddy vs. Jason's Camp Crystal Lake, and much more.
Horror Made Here will also offer a series of horror-filmed themed attractions and activities, including:
Devil's Drop Tower: Visitors will have the opportunity to take a 90-foot plunge into the air;
Stage 48: Script to Scream: and see authentic props and costumes from director Tim Burton films such as Sweeney Todd, The Corpse Bride, Mars Attacks! and–for the first time ever–original props from Beetlejuice.
Horror makeup demonstrations: Learn how makeup artists bring characters to life with WBSTH’s special Horror Made Here SFX makeup demonstrations throughout the night.
The Lost Boys Arcade: Play retro games in a Lost Boys-themed arcade. Games include titles like Ms. Pac-Man, Tetris, Mario Bros, Space Invaders and Terminator 2 Pinball.
Horror Made Here Night Tour: A short nighttime tour through the Warner Bros.’ backlot for a behind-the-scenes access in horror entertainment, including visiting filming locations like New York Street, where House of Wax was shot.
Horror Made Here will also feature carnival games, live entertainment, a "Little Shop of Horrors" where guests can purchase Halloween and Horror Made Here merchandise, plus food and beverage options, including the goth-punk Fangtasia Bar featured in the HBO series True Blood, serving regular drinks for humans and "Tru-Blood" for vampires.
"We are thrilled to announce our expanded line-up for Horror Made Here,” says Gary Soloff, director of marketing, WBSTH. “At Warner Bros., we are committed to delivering not just a scary experience, but one that's unforgettably unique to its setting on the legendary backlot where some of horror's most iconic films were brought to life. This year, our extended nights and hours will give guests the opportunity to relive some of their favorite moments in horror while also enjoying our creepy carnival filled with more entertainment and plenty of food and drinks."
Horror Made Here will open on October 5, 2018. Tickets are on sale at horrormadehere.com. Ticket options include "The Losers' Club" for access to the front of the line for each maze, two complimentary beverages, one free IT photo-op and free priority parking.