Las Vegas’ only TV and Movie Prop and Memorabilia Museum. Located one mile from Las Vegas Blvd.
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An intimate journey amongst exhibits of filmic history; a premiere collection of 200+ screen used props and wardrobes, curated by The HSPPA
Located just 1 mile off the Las Vegas Strip, Cineloggia is a gallery/museum providing an intimate journey amongst our exhibits of filmic history; a premiere collection of screen used props and wardrobes from yesterday and today, curated by The HSPPA/Horror & SciFi Prop Preservation Association.
See incredible items from your favorite horror, science fiction and fantasy films up close and learn about what the items are and why they exist! Plus get personal insight from our Curators….and on occasion, meet one of Cineloggia’s founders, Nick J. Benson (SFX Artist: A Nightmare On Elm Street 4, The Blob, Society, Dances With Wolves, Night of The Demons, etc)!
Home to a collection of unique and authentic props and costumes. Made for real blockbuster movies, by movie production artists and used on-screen during filming. Cineloggia also has memorabilia, gifts given only to production staff and promotional items. Cineloggia is Las Vegas' only production made and screen used, movie prop and memorabilia museum gallery. Started by two industry professionals, James Asrael, curator and well-known collector of HSPPA, and Nick J Benson, SPFX artist and Designer. James Asrael, musician, producer, and actor, started collecting the items about 30 years ago, and at one point, decided to share them with others. Now, his guests can enjoy the sight of the props from such hits as Silent Hill, Ghostbusters, Scary Movie, Marvel films, Harry Potter series, Mummy, and many more. Nick Benson a veteran of the film industry for 30+ years, first working with SPFX veterans Steve Johnson and Screaming Mad George. Nick has also worked in multiple SPFX roles, with FX Studios such as XFX, MastersFX, SMG Inc, KNB Effects Group, and ADI. Some of his first features were 1988's "Night of the Demons and 1988's “Dead Heat”.