Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment brings some their most terrifying horror films to life when Horror Rewind arrives in Downtown Los Angeles the weekend of Friday the 13th. Taking place over the course of three nights, this immersive experience is produced by The Great Company in collaboration with the creators of premiere interactive horror theater Delusion.
In a secluded corner of the Arts District of Los Angeles, a deranged horror movie superfan has created a living, breathing installation in homage to his four favorite films (The Fly, The Hills Have Eyes, 28 Days Later and Carrie). In tribute to these films, he has trapped innocent civilians inside and transformed them into demented and deformed monsters, forced to live out his most terrifying celluloid nightmares.
For those who make it out alive, forget what your mother told you and stop by the ominous van parked outside. There you’ll be able to feed your own macabre obsessions and purchase any of 19 brand new Blu-rays featuring collectible packaging cover designs by acclaimed digital artist Orlando Arocena. Limited edition posters of Arocena’s work will also be available as a gift with purchase while supplies last.
Admission is free but ticketing is extremely limited and on a first come, first serve basis.
Guests must register in advance at HORRORREWIND.EVENTBRITE.COM to receive an appointment day and time. A limited number of standby tickets will also be available via the above website.
The event takes place Friday, October 13 – Sunday, October 15; 8pm – Midnight
Exact location to be revealed upon confirmation of appointment.
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