If you’ve ever wanted to live inside your very own Friday the 13th movie, look no further than The Great Horror Campout. Set inside California’s (allegedly haunted) Griffith Park, the event is a 12-hour, overnight experience designed to replicate the horror of being stalked by monsters and madmen at a summer camp, and it’s described as both interactive and highly immersive.
This year, Ten Thirty One Productions brings a trio of horror movie screenings to Griffith Park as part of their Great Horror Movie Nights series, a companion to the Great Horror Campout event that allows you to watch your favorite flicks in a creepy abandoned zoo. The fun kicked off this past weekend with a screening of Poltergeist, and continues on April 1st with The Shining.
On Friday, May 13th, Friday the 13th completes the spooky trifecta.
Tickets are just $15, and you can learn more on the Great Horror Movie Nights website.
Griffith Park Old Zoo is located on 4730 Crystal Springs Drive, in Los Angeles, California.