Hollywood's Psychos Under the Same Roof at the The Hollywood Museum

 
“MONSTERS, MUMMIES AND MAYHEM:
YOUR WORST NIGHTMARES COME TO LIFE”
 
Hollywood, California - Ever wonder where Eric Northman sleeps when he’s not terrorizing True Blood residents? Or where Clarice Starling met Hannibal Lecter? Horror fans can find out when they visit The Hollywood Museum’s newest exhibition Monsters, Mummies and Mayhem: Your Worst Nightmares Come to Life. Horror’s favorite teenage heartthrob vampires, terrifying boogiemen, zombies and mysterious demons will be showcased in this spine-tingling Halloween-themed exhibition, which runs from October 11 to November 19. The Hollywood Museum is located in the Historic Max Factor Building at 1660 N. Highland Ave. (at Hollywood Blvd.) in the heart of Hollywood.


“No one scares up horror better than Hollywood,” says Donelle Dadigan, President and Founder of The Hollywood Museum. “What better time than Halloween to see authentic memorabilia from notorious horror films and iconic TV shows from the last 80 years. This is the ultimate destination for terror-loving movie and TV fans!”

In addition to Hannibal Lecter’s legendary prison cellblock from The Silence of the Lambs and the Erica’s pink “Chanel” coffin from True Blood, the Museum’s “Monsters, Mummies and Mayhem” exhibition will feature original items form classic and current horror films and TV shows including:

• Classic films like Psycho (1960), The Exorcist (1973), Halloween (2007) and Phantom of the Opera (2004)
• Costumes and props from iconic characters including Dr. Lecter, The Silence of the Lambs; Jason Voorhees, Friday the 13th; Freddy Krueger, A Nightmare on Elm Street; Michael Myers, Halloween; and Elvira, Mistress of the Dark
• Popular TV shows and films including The Walking Dead, The Strain, Dexter, Sleepy Hollow and Deliver Us From Evil


Guests who bravely venture into The Hollywood Museum in full Halloween costume on the weekends of October 24–October 26 and October 31–November 2 (10am – 5pm) will receive $5 off the regular admission price. 

The Hollywood Museum

1 comment:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Be a cool display.
As for scary, I'd still like to hit Universal in Florida for Rob Zombie's scare fest. Heard that is one of the best.