What are you doing on October 26 or 27 2018? If the answer is nothing, why not participate in a fan viewing of Scream in the actual house the bloody finale to the original movie was filmed? David Arquette is also scheduled to appear.
Event organizers say in addition to watching a private screening of the film you will also get to take a tour of the house, hop on a Woodsboro bus tour and a few more surprises.
The special Oct. 26 VIP package weighs in at a hefty $1,750 for two people, but considering this is a once in a lifetime event, it might be considered a bargain. There are only 8 spots left for that fan fantasy option.
There are plenty of other options available for the Saturday, October 27 event ranging from $50 to $1,250.
Here’s how the whole thing began:
Nate Ragon is a movie memorabilia collector and a huge SCREAM fan, and Anthony Masi is a horror movie producer and event planner.
They met in 2010 when Anthony was producing “STILL SCREAMING: The Ultimate Scary Movie Retrospective,” a feature-length documentary about the making of the first three SCREAM films.
Eight years later on one random night, Nate texted Anthony and asked, “Do you think it’s really possible to party at Stu’s house?”
Sharing a lifelong love for the horror genre, they joined forces to create a unique and unforgettable event for fellow fans of the SCREAM series. The vision? A re-enactment of the party from the last act of the movie… minus the killings, of course!
In the movie, Stu (played by Matthew Lillard) is hosting a giant party when the killer shows up, and things get really bloody really fast.
At our event, however, we’ll just keep partying and hope Ghost Face doesn’t make an appearance!
See the Organizers page to read more about the team running the event.
So if you’re a Scream fan and want to party at Stu’s house, head up to Woodsboro (Santa Rosa, CA) and see where it all began.
The “Scream Comes Home” event is on Oct. 27, 2018 (special VIP event Oct. 26). Click HERE for more details.