The Hollywood Horror Museum (HHM) will be an experience unlike any in the world, a “thrill ride” that also examines “what frightens us and why.” More than just a “Halloween Haunted House,” the HHM will include mainstream Emmy winning TV shows like American Horror Story and The Walking Dead to films like The Exorcist and King Kong. Never before has a museum attempted to represent all aspects of horror, from the writings of Bram Stoker, Mary Shelley, Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, Clive Barker, Anne Rice and Stephen King, to the classic Universal and Hammer films and modern horror like Pinhead, Leatherface, Jason and Freddy Krueger. The permanent Hollywood Horror Museum is currently being developed in Los Angeles, California for 2019, while the traveling museum will exhibit around the world.


Makeup classes will be taught daily (with makeup kits sold in the gift shop) showing guests the process of creating special effects: from
drawing, sculpting, molding, painting, applying and more. Guests will learn how one effect can take many artists months to cr eate, and may
only be seen for a few seconds.


Classes, lectures, screenings and games will play daily for all ages, showing the history of horror in history, art, literature, TV and films, and
how it relates to our daily lives.


Further revenue will come from private tours, rentals, screenings, live theatre and music events, the gift shop, café and rentals of the sets
and rooms for Weddings and Private Parties.


The exhibit will be accessible to those with special needs, ADA compliant and will be available in a variety of languages through dubbing
and subtitles.

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