WB Tour Hollywood “Horror Made Here” pays homage to classic and new horror films


Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood wants to celebrate Halloween for fans of horror. For the first time ever, the tour will focus on horror films with Horror Made Here: A Halloween Screening and Twilight Tour.

For the first time ever, the two-night event will focus on horror and supernatural films with Horror Made Here: A Halloween Screening, Twilight Tour, and Studio 48’s horror add-ons. Guests will enjoy a Halloween-themed movie screening in the iconic Stephen J Ross Theaters on the WB lot and a special twilight tour of the studio lot. Guests will visit classic set locations, view props, and hear insider tales from the most iconic horror films on the lot, including The Exorcist, The Lost Boys, Gremlins, House of Wax, Monster Squad, The Conjuring 1 & 2, Annabelle, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, and HBO’s True Blood. After the twilight tour, guests have the opportunity to watch a special screening of the supernatural thriller The Conjuring (Friday) and The Conjuring 2 (Saturday).

WB Tour Hollywood’s Director of Marketing Gary Soloff talked about the new horror aspect on the tour, “So the way we themed the tour differently than our normal tour, we have taken all the different content for horror genre films that were made here on the lot and talk about that. We talk about the iconic sets and props that are across the lot. For instance, we’ll go by the Gremlins’ house and talk about the scenes. We talk about the House of Wax. We are also allowing people to step out and take pictures as well. It’ll be a much more unique experience than what we have in our normal tour. It’s themed around Halloween.”

The tour is also entirely at night, which provides a bit of a creepy factor on a practically empty lot. The tour guides have been here for years and are knowledgeable about the ghost stories on set and in Hollywood in general. Don’t worry. There are no monsters or ghosts jumping out at you. This tour is for horror and movie fans alike – learning the history and stories of Hollywood, especially horror films.

Tickets are available now for $75 per person, which includes the tour, screening, and some movie-themed treats. Parking is available onsite for $10 per vehicle. To purchase tickets, click here.

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