It’s the Halloween season, the time of horror movies and scares. And things resurrecting from the grave… namely, the I Like Scary Movies exhibit has returned to Los Angeles! Yes, the art exhibit that brought some of the biggest horror movies in pop culture to life has a sequel. The art installation from artist Maximillian and Ultra Productions features some significant exhibits from a variety of films from New Line Cinemas and Warner Bros. Studios.
I Like Scary Movies is an immersive experience where you get to be a part of the terror and inserted into reimagined scenes from a variety of films. All Instagram ready!
Things starting off in The Shining. Complete with a hedge reading “REDRUM” along with allusions to Room 237, the infamous door axe scene… and more surprises.
Next we have A Nightmare On Elm Street, with an all too familiar boiler room, a truly nightmarish flesh throne for Freddy, and his trademark glove cutting through the wall!
A personal favorite segment being this display of an unwitting victim attempting to get a selfie in the bushes, unaware that Freddy is photobombing!
This leads to the IT room which has numerous odes to the nightmarish clown. A wall of paper boats, a red balloon wielding hand in the brush, Richie’s fear room with numerous creepy clowns, and my personal favorite, a hypnotic spinning deadlights tunnel!
An interesting section being ‘A Penny For Your Fears’ where you can write down one of your worst fears and get a commemorative Pennywise penny in return!
Next up, step into the world of Beetlejuice complete with graves, the waiting room of the afterlife, and the hottest spot in town, Dante’s Inferno!
Last, but certainly not least, the wooded splendor of the world of Friday The 13th. Observe a giant crystal Jason Voorhees mask over a lake of shiny machetes, a cozy campfire, and a tent filled with hockey masks.