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Many haunted houses are open through the weekend this year – the spooky fun doesn’t have to stop at midnight on Halloween night! Saturday or Sunday night, find a haunted house near you and go get that last good SCARE of the season! Spread the word and let’s make #Halloweekend a THING!
The Official HauntedHouseChicago.com Review Team has been posting their 2014 haunted house reviews – so far you can see their reviews for:
…with more to follow soon! If you see them out this weekend at a haunted house, say hello!
And, of course, you are welcome and encouraged to leave your own rating/review on the haunted houses you’ve visited – registration is quick, free and easy – click HERE! Remember, the new 2014 HauntedHouseChicago.com is 100% mobile friendly – try it on your phone or tablet!
The website owners here at HauntedHouseChicago.com would like to take a moment to acknowledge our amazing Review Team. Led by HHC site founder Kris Zahrobsky, they live and breathe Chicago haunted houses from late September through early November, visiting and reviewing dozens of attractions every year. You can find more info about the HHC Review Team and the history of HauntedHouseChicago.com HERE and HERE.Leave a Comment Go to Post...
The Statesville Haunted Prison ALL ACCESS TICKET- ONLY AVAILABLE TO FIRST 100 PEOPLE!
$100 gets you:
This event will take place on November 1, 2014 ONLY. Tickets and info HERE.Leave a Comment Go to Post...
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Stages, Screens, and Screams
While it may be early in the season, if you have any energy left on the off days, here are some fun ways to try and enhance your Halloween season!
If you haven’t had a chance to check out “Annabelle” yet, there is still plenty of time as it hit theatres this past October 2nd. “Dracula Untold” flys onto the big stage (& IMAX) on October 9th. And rounding out the month, a movie about the timeless game, “Ouija,” starts moving on its own October 24th.
Make sure you set your DVR for some of the much-anticipated horror-themed TV shows of the seasons. Notably: American Horror Story: Freak Show, The Walking Dead, Sleepy Hollow, Supernatural, Teen Wolf, and newcomer, The Strain.
Make sure you bring your broomstick and catch “Evil Dead: The Musical” at the Broadway Playhouse before October 12th.
Then, there is the always popular, “Nights of the Stripping Dead” at the Admiral Theatre, hosted October 29-31.
While we are missing Gwar on the scene, there are still a few that will attempt to fill the void. Tiesto comes to the Mid on October 11th. Chromeo stops at the Riv on the 17th, and the Rave on the 18th. Quite possibly the highlight of the month, Skrillex, spins at Navy Pier on the 18th. Iggy Azalea pops in the Rave on the 19th. Machine Head returns to the Rave on the 21st, followed by Flyleaf on the 22nd. For a little lighter, check out Bastille at the Aragon on the 21st. Rounding out the month, check out ICP and Mushroom Head at the Rave on the 27th.
While everyone has to attend at least one Halloween shindig, Madison’s infamous, “Freakfest” will be hosted Saturday, November 1st. This is a must-see!
The Blackhawks play their season opener on Thursday, October 9th. The home opener will be Saturday, October 11th. Go Hawks!
Regardless of where you scream at, keep checking Haunted House Chicago all season long for everything to make your holiday season the best yet!1 Comment Go to Post...