Earlier this year, Los Angeles was host to an interactive art exhibit dubbed I Like Scary Movies. A collection of rooms themed after some of horror’s most iconic titles, the gallery allowed attendees to walk through rooms inspired by movies such as IT, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Beetlejuice, and more.
Initially, it only ran during the Spring. Now, the powers that be have announced an encore run that will take place September 20 through November 17! Additionally, they have added a new room, one that’s based on Sean C. Cunningham’s Friday the 13th.
“I grew up loving the Halloween season,” says Maximillian, the experiential artist behind the gallery. “Every year, my grandmother would let me destroy her house with decorations, and each year I would go bigger and bigger. Her support really helped shape my love for scary movies and ultimately put me on the path to become an experiential artist.”
Eli Roth praised the gallery, saying, “It is truly one of the most spectacular interactive art exhibits I have ever seen,” while Scream writer Kevin Williamson added, “Don’t miss I Like Scary Movies it’s amazing!”
Here are some pictures from our trip there earlier this year.
Tickets are available here.