After months of staying home, ordering in, avoiding crowds, and memorizing every single inch of our homes out of sheer boredom, it’s clear that we’re
Saturday, June 6th, saw the culmination of a six-week-long ARG/immersive experience from the stable of horror director and immersive theatre auteur, Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw
As a general warning, there are potential spoilers in this review of Candle House Collective’s MISSING. You have been warned. All you have to do
The air is chilly and bites the back of my neck. I look to the man on my left, detached and cold as he is
HERE THE BIRDS BURN, the spirits manifest, and a gothic hallucination is resurrected. Phantasmagorias have long captured the interest of skeptics and believers alike, curious
I walk up to the entrance of an unassuming warehouse. As I enter through the doors, I am taken into a study straight from my
Dreamscape, a virtual reality company, is offering a new experience titled DREAMWORKS DRAGON FLIGHT ACADEMY starting December 13th, at Westfield Century City, Los Angeles, CA.
I entered the CRIMSON CABARET before I even set foot in the building. Five documents from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agence arrived through a link
“I simply remember my favorite things…” One of my favorite aspects of immersive theatre is that each show presents a new auditory-based challenge for me.
My hometown area of Philadelphia welcomed brand new Halloween haunt/pop-up bar DARK PASSAGE to the scene this fall, and the marketing is correct…it is definitely