From the haunted dreams of A Nightmare on Elm Street to the vampiric shores of Santa Carla in The Lost Boys, the I Like Scary Movies immersive art experience features creepy creations based on iconic Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema films, and if you haven't made it to the experience yet (which has been visited by Eli Roth, Joe Dante, Paige, Kevin Williamson, Bridget Marquardt, and Ve Neill), you'll be happy to know that the team at Ultra Productions has extended the immersive event through July 14th.

In addition to I Like Scary Movies being extended through July 14th, new collectibles have been added to the event's gift shop (including Beetlejuice and Freddy Krueger lunchbox purses and limited edition Jack Torrance The Shining Pop! vinyl figures from Funko), and we've also been provided with a set of proof-of-concept images and final artwork by Maximillian (see below).

Read on for additional details, and to learn more, visit the official I Like Scary Movies website!

"I Like Scary Movies is the experience that all scary movie fans have been dreaming of – a groundbreaking interactive art installation celebrating some of their favorite films. This first-of-its-kind exhibit spans 25,000 square feet (nearly half a football field!) and features amazing large-scale photo opportunities and multi-sensory experiences. The exhibit is vast, and visitors can expect to spend an average of 90 minutes on their quest to capture their own iconic moments as they explore the rich worlds that have come to life.

Come play with us as we take you back to The Shining, where you can meet the twins from the Overlook hotel and explore “redrum” hedges. Swallow your fear as you pass through the jaws of IT’s Pennywise and explore the clown’s sewer lair. Have a seat in the throne of Freddy Krueger and step into his boiler room to become snatched by his giant glove from A Nightmare on Elm St. Then have a turn as recently deceased guests in the Netherworld waiting room before visiting Beetlejuice’s graveyard. Test your strength as you hang from the Santa Clara train tracks before becoming part of a “noodle” dinner from The Lost Boys. These are just a few things that fans will interact with on their way to the Gift Shop at the end of the journey, where guests can find exclusive merchandise to take a part of their experience home with them!

I Like Scary Movies opened in Los Angeles in April 2019 and will run through July 14th. Ticket and information are available at Check us out on Instagram at"

  • Derek Anderson
    About the Author - Derek Anderson

    Raised on a steady diet of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Derek has been fascinated with fear since he first saw ForeverWare being used on an episode of Eerie, Indiana.

    When he’s not writing about horror as the Senior News Reporter for Daily Dead, Derek can be found daydreaming about the Santa Carla Boardwalk from The Lost Boys or reading Stephen King and Brian Keene novels.

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