We've dug our claws deeply into an official opening night video in support of Eli Roth's year round haunted attraction, Las Vegas' Goretorium, and of course we'll share. Focus your eyes (while you still have them) on the goods right now!
Yesterday marked the official opening of Eli Roth's year-round Las Vegas haunt, The Goretorium, and there are dozens of pictures from the event and more all over the Internet. Sadly, we couldn't make it, but we have a look at some of the fun for you!
CNN has gone inside of Eli Roth’s Goretorium and managed to come out with some images from this exciting and gruesome year-round experience that opens its doors to Sin City beginning tomorrow, September 27th!
So there we were sharpening our knives and watching our Michael Flatley Lord of the Dance videos when a mysterious cardboard box showed up at our doorstop marked "Goretorium". The contents inside? An invite to the opening and... well... you'll see!
Finally a couple of images have surfaced online that takes us inside Eli Roth's Las Vegas ground zero for horror fans, Eli Roth's Goretorium. Gotta say, if this is just the entrance, holy hell we cannot wait to see the rest!
He's only been active in Hollywood for the last ten years, but in that time Eli Roth has managed to redefine the modern horror genre with films like Cabin Fever and the Hostel franchise as well as establish himself as an actor after his role in Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds.
This September Eli Roth is set to bring a bit more sin to Sin City with the opening of his haunted attraction Eli Roth's Goretorium. To get you in the spirit of things, a new promo trailer for the event has landed online! Check it out!
Sin City is primed and ready to become a hell of a lot more sinful as we've just gotten word that Eli Roth's Goretorium will be open and ready for all manner of nasty business this September. Read on for all the details; then call your travel agent.
There's an old saying... what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. While that may be true, that doesn't stop us from wishing that each state had a Goretorium of its own to check out. Read on for details.