by Cayce McCarthy. Arts and Entertainment blogger.
Horror film fans beware or rather be aware that this upcoming April there’s going to be a horror film event called, I Like Scary Movies. This event is first taking place in L.A. California at The Desmond on 5514 Wilshire Blvd. After that, the show will tour around the country for the rest of the month of April. Dates and times available on the Showclix website and tickets are only $39 each. This event is dedicated to horror film art with giant-sized props, walkthrough sets, and more.
Some of the films that have set walkthroughs include The Shining, Nightmare on Elm St., Beetlejuice, and of course It. However, I’m not sure if the Pennywise walk through will be like the original or remake, but I’m going to guess the more recent remake that became very popular back in 2017. One of the huge props that’s being built for fans to see is a giant Freddy Kruger claw glove. This event is for all ages to enjoy and more information can be seen on the groups Twitter and Instagram accounts. If any fans have their spring break in April they should totally check this gallery out.
The main artist behind this horror event Maximillian is actually an experiential artist for Hollywood. Maximillian explains that he wanted to create an event where fans can immerse themselves into the world of their beloved horror films. The image above the article was actually inspired by the classic vampire film Lost Boys. Also, it makes sense that this event is happening in April because April is like the halfway point until the next October/Halloween. Kind of like how Christmas in July became a thing Halloween in April is slowing growing popular too.