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!
If there's one thing about haunted attractions that make them extra fun, it's the joy of seeing people scared shitless. If you're like us and find such a thing to be absolutely hilarious, then you are gonna love the following tidbit of spooky sass!
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!
Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights: More on the Alice Cooper, Silent Hill, and The Walking Dead Attractions
Halloween Horror Nights (Hollywood) Creative Director John Murdy took to Twitter today to tease fans a bit about what's in store for them later this year when Universal Studios unveils its newest attractions.
Here at Dread Central we're all big fans of haunted attractions, and when we got word about "Scaredown," coming this fall to Waynesville, Ohio, we did a little digging and are happy to pass on the following preliminary information.
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.
Britain’s medieval history is fraught with real-life horrors which come to life at "Dungeons" venues across the UK, and now you and your family can feel the fear as we have a ticket valid for 2 adults and 2 children to enter these terror-filled corridors!
It's quickly approaching. Before you know it, the manufactured day of needless spending will be upon us to celebrate all that we love in life. Except of course saving cash, but still... Our significant others are worth that and more!
Halloween is nearly upon us, and it seems like everywhere you turn someone is hosting a haunted house, hayride, steamboat or some other attraction. The weak of heart can always look forward to the fact that the Halloween season is only about a month long and they can return to life as usual on November 1st. Well, New Yorkers, a new tenant has moved in, and they're planning on scaring the pants off you all year long.
Time to Get Your Spooky On! Dread Central Previews Universal Studios Halloween Horror Night's La Llorona: Villa de Almas
When it comes to haunted houses, I'm like a crack fiend who can't get enough so it should come as no surprise that I'm a huge fan of Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights. I've been coming out to Horror Nights for the past four years, even before I made the move to California, because when it comes to the "fright business," no one can beat the efforts of HHN Creative Director John Murdy and his entire team that collaborates year-round in order to put on the best haunts that money can buy every Halloween season.
As a full-blown haunted attraction junkie, I've spent years covering every October-themed event Los Angeles has to offer. One of the best of the bunch was last year's "LA Haunted Hayride", and the twisted minds behind it are returning with an attraction that, truth be told, even I'm a little scared to go on.
So what are you guys doing for Halloween? If you're in Dallas, I suggest you swing by the Granado Yard Haunt, where I'll be helping entertain the masses.