In 2007 producers Brad Fischer and James Vanderbilt brought Zodiac to the screen, based on one of the world's most infamous serial killers. Up next they're once again heading into real-life territory, and we've got the scoop for ya today. So read on, true crime fiends!
It’s been described as a cross between "Fear Factor" and Saw, a live, interactive theater experience so extreme one must not only be over 18 years of age but also sign a waiver and be granted a "safe word" in order to participate.
For the past five years the Blackout haunted house has been terrifying audiences and making quite the impression on the haunted attraction scene. This year they promise to make past years' attractions look like child's play with the launch of a brand new experience in terror - Blackout:elements.
What's this? Another story featuring a movie starring Bill Oberst, Jr., already? The man, who's quickly establishing himself as one of the horror genre's elite players, works quickly; and we're happy everyone's taking notice.
I've never had the misfortune of being trapped in an elevator but I'm quite certain it sucks. I'm postive being trapped in an elevator for 20 hours would suck even more so. Being trapped in an elevator for 20 hours with two other people, one of whom turns out to be a serial killer, suffice to say that's not a scenario you want to find yourself in. That's the scenario Amber Tamblyn finds herself in in Blackout, coming to DVD this January.