A haunted house offers surprises around every turn, much like doing literally anything blindfolded. Delve into the darkness with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $35 for general admission for two (up to a $70 value)
- $69 for general admission for four (up to a $140 value)
- $54 for VIP admission for two (a $110 value)
Blumhouse Productions, which is helmed by Jason Blum (the producer of such horror hits as the Paranormal Activity series and Insidious), has fashioned an entirely new story and experience for The Blumhouse Of Horrors. The haunted location comes alive through the collaborative efforts of designers and technicians from Blumhouse’s films and more than 80 actors.
VIP admission allows guests to skip the line and enter the haunted house, which stays open until midnight. General and VIP admissions are valid between Thursday, October 4, and Saturday, October 20. Check out The Blumhouse of Horror’s calendar for available dates in that range.
The Blumhouse Of Horrors
One fateful night in the 1930s, a theater owner’s wife stepped in as Magii the Magician’s assistant. The dark magician placed her in his vanishing box, from which she never reappeared. The tragedy forced the theater to shut down. Now, as Bloody Disgusting reports, the spirits of the magician and his disciples roam the theater, searching for volunteers to assist with similarly deadly tricks. According to the Los Angeles Times, the 40-minute tour traverses the “inner bowels and upper floors of the six-story [theater] before finally reaching the stage.”
The petrifying experience takes place in the historic Variety Arts Theatre, which has hosted famous entertainers and historical titans such as Clark Gable and Eleanor Roosevelt. Though it caters to guests aged 12 and older after dark, The Blumhouse Of Horrors hosts daytime lights-on hours on select dates and times for younger children. Please see the website for more info.
“I got a wonderful scare! ”
“very well done, but not very scary”
“Awesome haunted house. Totally different then any haunted house I've been it. Really interesting and creepy!”