Horror Made Here at Warner Bros Studio Tour - Flashback Video
By theFUNnelCakeBlog | Oct 23, 2021
For 13 exciting nights in 2018, Warner Bros. Studios Tour Hollywood opened their backlot for the expanded (and third annual) "Horror Made Here: A Festival of Frights." Comprising of a private-party like atmosphere amid the Burbank Studios iconic sets, walkthrough haunted attractions, a mini golf cart tour, an interactive movie screening, and more treated guests to an experience unlike anything at the other nearby Halloween attractions.
For 2019, the event took a break to and vowed return even better for 2020. Well, clearly that did not happen. Anxious fans eagerly awaited an announcement for 2021, which never came.
We decided to revisit the event, which we attended multiple times in 2018 (and previous year). Please enjoy this video compiled of clips and photographs from our visits.
A Festival of Frights 1:24
Betty and Joan – What Happened to Baby Jane - 4:48
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Press Release Info for the 2018 event...
Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood (WBSTH) is expanding its already chilling Horror Made Here: A Festival of Frights with new attractions created to give horror fans a night to remember. In addition to the return of Pennywise in our reimagined It Knows What Scares You maze, and debut of the sinister institution from Batman: Arkham Asylum, this year's Horror Made Here will also feature a blood-curdling maze from The Conjuring Universe, a diabolical viewing of The Exorcist, an eerie tour through Freddy vs. Jason's Camp Crystal Lake, and much more.
In this year's reinvented maze, guests will experience a sneak peek into the world of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren as they confront a host of satanic spirits from The Conjuring Universe. Fans will fall victim to Annabelle's devious games, and come face-to-face with the demon lurking in the shadows from New Line Cinema's latest installment The Nun, in theaters September 7th, 2018.
Deep, dark woods conceal the ghastly presence of Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees, waiting to give visitors the worst nightmare of their lives. Aboard a Warner Bros.' tour cart, guests must survive a cunning game of cat and mouse as they navigate through the infamous Camp Crystal Lake – and all of the horrors unveiled along the way. Brave campers will be left to their own devices to explore the campground, while those unlucky enough to face Freddy and Jason will suffer the gruesome fate they have in store for them.
In addition, those seeking even more supernatural thrills are in for a treat as Horror Made Here will present a special "forbidden screening" of the 1973 classic The Exorcist. Visitors who wish to encounter a truly demonic spirit will enter the safe haven of our backlot church and witness an evil beyond this world right from the pews. In this 4D experience, guests will relive the most terrifying scenes from The Exorcist in an unholy viewing known to provoke demonic forces.
Horror Made Here will also offer a series of attractions and activities for horror loving fans, including:
Devil's Drop Tower: Adventurous visitors will have the opportunity to take the 90-foot plunge into the air for the scream of their life.
Stage 48: Script to Scream: Enter the world of Tim Burton and see authentic props and costumes from his iconic movies Sweeney Todd, The Corpse Bride, Mars Attacks! and for the first time ever on display at Warner Bros., original props from the Halloween classic, Beetlejuice.
Horror Makeup Demonstrations: Learn how makeup artists bring terrifying characters to life with our special Horror Made Here SFX makeup demonstrations throughout the night.
The Lost Boys Arcade: Play iconic games in the retro Lost Boys-themed arcade. Games include titles like Ms. Pac-Man, Tetris, Mario Bros, Space Invaders and Terminator 2 Pinball.
Horror Made Here Night Tour: Board a quick nighttime tour through the Warner Bros.' backlot for a guided exploration behind-the-scenes of beloved titles in horror entertainment, including iconic filming locations like New York Street, where House of Wax was shot.
Additionally, Horror Made Here will feature carnival games, live entertainment, a "Little Shop of Horrors" where guests can purchase Halloween and Horror Made Here merchandise, plus fun food and beverage options, including the goth-punk Fangtasia Bar featured in the HBO series True Blood, serving regular drinks for humans and "Tru-Blood" for vampires.
"We are thrilled to announce our expanded line-up for Horror Made Here. At Warner Bros., we are committed to delivering not just a scary experience, but one that's unforgettably unique to its setting on the legendary backlot where some of horror's most iconic films were brought to life," said Gary Soloff, Director of Marketing, WBSTH. "This year, our extended nights and hours will give guests the opportunity to relive some of their favorite moments in horror while also enjoying our creepy carnival."