To say that the Warner Brothers Studio Tour Hollywood "Horror Made Here - A Festival of Frights" was one of our most anticipated events of the entire Halloween season would be kind of an understatement.
In just it's second year, and really, first year that they've really put a lot of hype into the event, the event delivers on everything they've promised. It's selling out every night, and for good reason.
Let's head in and see why!!
Written by Gregg Condon
Welcome to the WB Studio Tour Hollywood!!
We got in a bit early so took the opportunity to check out the layout before it got dark.
I mean, what else would you call the merch store?
Many people's most anticipated maze was Arkham Asylum, and we had a great time during our 3 walk-throughs.
It takes a LOT of talent to get skid-marks around a pole. =)
The joker is waiting for you!!
There was some confusion on opening night as to what we could film vs what we could take pictures of. But we hope you enjoy the combination of both pictures and video in this update!!
Here is a slideshow of Arkham Asylum!!
Returning from last year was the Niebolt House, but not really as it was hugely expanded, and was a great fun maze. Really the only "traditional" maze at the event.
The other two had major show elements, which was amazing and made the event truly unique.
Hey, you leave Georgie alone!!
A video of Pennywise torturing Georgie.
We really loved the way some of the pics from inside the maze turned out. We hope you do too.
Again, what else would you call your arcade? Hope The Lost Boys theme expands in future years, would love to finally see a Lost Boys maze.
The Exorcist was really cool in concept, they seemed to be having some issues, but it was the first night.
Anybody who's been since know if they've got it figured out? It's an amazing concept!!
Included with Horror Made Here is a great exhibit of Tim Burton movies, which is part of the standard tour.
Another great slideshow of the exhibit, which made us want to do the normal VIP tour even more than we already did.
The other really cool thing was the Nightmare on Camp Crystal Lake, which is a walk-through in the forest on the lot. You have to take a tram out to the site.
It really is great, and dark, and creepy. Everything a haunted trail should be.
Last but certainly not least was the Conjuring Universe experience. We hesitate to say maze, because it wasn't. It was really a mini Haunted Play.
Somebody is missing ...
Oh, there she is!!
Lots of amazing artifacts
We really liked how this turned out
Lastly, let's take a look at some of the amazing merchandise both in the regular store and Little Shop of Horrors!
For more info on the event, click here. Be sure to get your tickets as it sells out every night!! And for good reason.
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