“We really trust our audience,” says Delusion: Masque of Morality writer/director Jon Braver, and he’s not fucking around. Now in its third year, this Los Angeles-based haunt came out of nowhere to deliver an original mix of interactive theater and live stunt work unlike anything we’ve ever experienced.
It's that wondrous time of the year again, kids, and all over the place the country's biggest and craziest cities are hosting all sorts of haunted attractions to spook the living hell out of you. Need to know which you should be digging on? Then read on!
Death's hottest darling, Vanessa Gomez, recently caught up with Jon Braver to talk about what to expect from this year's Delusion haunted attraction, and we have the goods for you right here. Dig it!
Last week we brought you an exclusive sneak peek of Delusion: Masque of Mortality (story here), and today we can reveal our collaboration with the mind-blowing L.A. attraction.
Earlier in the week we brought you an exclusive peek of the L.A. attraction Delusion: Mask of Mortaility (story here). Today comes additional word via the official press release. Read on.
Last year we called it “the most entertaining, engaging, inventive, creepy, and downright fun live-action horror experience [we’ve] ever had.” This past week we took a walk-through of the 2013 iteration, Delusion: Masque of Mortality, and we’re hopeful for more of the same. Read on!
As a die-hard haunted attraction junkie, I've attested many times that the most incredible experienced I've ever had was at stuntman Jon Braver's Delusion, now entering its third year in Southern California.
On October 11th, this writer (and his better half) visited the interactive horror play Delusion: The Blood Rite in Los Angeles, CA, and we both came away thinking, “This is the most entertaining, engaging, inventive, creepy, and downright fun, live-action horror experience I’ve ever had.”
Last year, famed Hollywood stuntman Jon Braver unleashed DELUSION onto unsuspecting Los Angelinos. It was a unique hybrid between live theatre and a haunted attraction that sent you running for your life through a creepy mansion full of psychopaths and death-defying stunts.
Last October I traversed all the haunted attractions Southern California had to offer -- and the biggest stand-out was DELUSION: an interactive play that puts you in the midst of some of the most jaw-dropping mayhem this writer has ever seen performed live.
Live in the Los Angeles area and looking for a fun way to ring in Halloween? Besides getting drunk and puking in your costume? Well, Dread Central has hit up the majority of this year's haunts, and we offer this handy little weekend guide to all things spooky!
We at Dread Central are certified haunted house junkies, and we've covered an awful lot of 'em, but there's been a lot of buzz in the L.A. area about one attraction in particular: Delusion - a unique hybrid between a haunted maze and interactive play that promises something completely different from the norm. And they're not kidding around.