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No Evil Twin Studios Haunted House for Halloween 2016

Sad news: There will be no Evil Twin Studios Haunted House this Halloween. The company has done great work the past three years; unfortunately, a suitable location could not be found for 2016. A note on the official website explains:

Hey Fans of Evil Twin Studios:

Thanks for all your messages asking about what’s next for Evil Twin Studios! Your enthusiasm and support has provided us the inspiration to create such award-winning haunted attractions as Theater of Terror, Raymond Hill Mortuary, and WARD 13. 

Unfortunately, it is with heavy hearts (heavy, blood-oozing hearts) that we formally announce that we will not be creating a haunted attraction for 2016. After three very successful years in a row, we have hit the wall that every haunt eventually hits: we haven’t been able to secure a suitable location for this fall. Normally, at this point in the year, we have already decided on our theme, mapped out our haunt, and started pre-building props. Without that kind of lead time, we can’t create the amazing, horrifying experiences our fans expect and deserve. So even if we discovered the perfect location tomorrow, it’s safe to say there will be no haunt this year.

On the positive side, that means the creators, builders, and actors of Evil Twin Studios will finally have a chance to get out and enjoy all of the other haunted attractions that Southern California has to offer. Undoubtedly this will get our creative juices flowing to bring you an even more thrilling experience for the 2017 Halloween season. Until then, keep making nightmares come true!

Hollywood Gothique missed Evil Twin Studios’ 2013 debut, Theater of Terror, but we were thrilled by Raymond Hill Mortuary and WARD 13. Halloween 2016 will not be the same without them.

Steve Biodrowski, Administrator

A graduate of USC film school, Steve Biodrowski has worked as a film critic, journalist, and editor at Movieline, Premiere, Le Cinephage, The Dark Side., Cinefantastique magazine, Fandom.com, and Cinescape Online. He is currently Managing Editor of Cinefantastique Online and owner-operator of Hollywood Gothique.