Creep Los Angeles
Time Out says
Step inside an immersive, multisensory themed experience—wait, we’ll stop there, because that’s the pitch you’ve heard for every made-for-Instagram pop-up. But what if your Insta-perfect backdrop suddenly and unsettlingly unleashed all sorts of surreal horrors upon you? Now we’re on board.
Annual haunted experience Creep L.A. is sending up social-media–driven experiences this year with Haus of Creep, a satirical and frightful take on the pop-ups that’ve consumed L.A. over the past couple of years. Across a 75-minute walkthrough filled with 20 characters, you’ll find out that art is alive and dangerous as a dozen nightmarish installations mix shocking scenes with “intimate scares”—in the past, these have been one-on-one scenes in which (un)lucky guests are plucked from their fellow attendees. And that’s about all we know for now; the haunt’s organizers say you can expect to have reality and performance blur together with fixtures like a sultry lounge, small dark spaces, shadow plays, deranged puppet shows and more.
Tickets are on sale for four time slots nightly, each of which accommodates up to 50 guests.