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Inspired by words from renowned writer Walter Jon Williams and set in an abandoned warehouse in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles, CreepLA provides a fully immersive and interactive haunt experience. [Photo Credit: CreepLA]

Creep LA: Lore
Upon entering Creep LA: Lore, handlers will guide groups of eight brave souls inside this imagined universe where groups travel through a fully engaging, multi-sensory, 1-hour walk-thru experience within a dynamic and diverse environment of moody rooms, intimate encounters, and terrifying scenarios. At Creep LA: Lore, everyone is part of the experience whether they intend to be or not.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: The Reef / L.A. Mart
Address: 1986 Hill St, Los Angeles 90007
For Kids: Minimum Age 18+
2017 Dates: October 5 to November 12 (selected dates)

Screamfest L.A.
Horror film festival at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Hollywood
Address: 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood 90028
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: October 10 to 19

LA Philharmonic Halloween Organ & Film: Phantom of the Opera
Organ virtuoso Clark Wilson will perform an appropriately atmospheric soundtrack on Walt Disney Concert Hall’s magnificent pipe organ for the 1925 thriller Phantom of the Opera – one of the most unforgettable horror films of the silent era.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Downtown L.A.
Address: 111 South Grand Ave, Downtown L.A. 90012
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: October 31 (Tuesday)

Bill and Ted's Spooky Halloween Spooftacular
For years, Universal Studios Hollywood put on an annual Halloween stage show starring Bill and Ted, lampooning the biggest pop culture happenings of the previous year. Ultimately, the show was canceled forever for being dumb and bad. That's why the tradition is being kept alive in the Spooky Halloween Spooftacular. Because Los Angeles deserves an extremely unfunny, genuinely upsetting comedy show featuring empty pop culture references and two characters from a movie that has not held up well. No one is safe. Not even... The Avengers?!
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Hollywood
Address: 5919 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles 90028
For Kids: Ages 18+
2017 Dates: October 21 (Saturday)

L.A. Opera presents: La Belle et la Bête
Jean Cocteau's stunningly beautiful 1946 cinematic masterpiece is recast with an enchanting new soundtrack by Philip Glass. Tickets for 10/28 include admission to The Ace's Beastly Ball (21+). Tickets for 10/31 include admission to the Halloween After Party and LA Opera Costume Contest.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Downtown L.A.
Address: 929 South Broadway, Los Angeles 90015
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: October 28 to 31

The Tales from the Crypt Halloween Special
Join Captured Aural Phantasy Theater for an evening of vintage Halloween treats at the historically creepy Bob Baker Marionette Theater. See multi-media performances of classic horror stories from legendary "Tales from the Crypt" comic books LIVE on-stage along with spooky music, macabre magic acts and other Halloween thrills!
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Downtown L.A.
Address: 1345 W. 1st St, Los Angeles 90026
For Kids: Parental discretion
2017 Dates: October 28 and 29 (Sat/Sun)

Rooftop Cinema Club Halloween Week
Halloween movies screened on the rooftop of The Montalban during October. Features include classic Halloween-time movies like "Friday the 13th," "Texas Chainsaw Massacre," "The Shining" and more.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Hollywood
Address: 1615 Vine St, Los Angeles 90028
For Kids: Ages 18+
2017 Dates: October 13 to 21 (selected dates)

Cinespia Outdoor Movies for Halloween
Outdoor movie screenings at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Films include classic Halloween movies, Ghostbusters (October 7) and Night of the Living Dead (October 21).
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Address: 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Hollywood 90038
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: October 7 and 21

A highly interactive and immersive horror experience taking you through a dark fantastical world in which each step, each response, and each decision you make influences the world around you.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Downtown L.A.
Address: 939 Maple Ave, Los Angeles 90015
For Kids: Ages 18+
2017 Dates: October 28 and 29 (Sat/Sun)

Classic Halloween Films at El Capitan Theatre
First on the list is a special Halloween screening of Disney's Hocus Pocus (Oct 6-15) at Disney's very own El Capitan Theatre! Also playing will be The Nightmare Before Christmas (October 20-31). Both movies also offer the Spooktacular Backstage Tour that takes a limited number of guess on a behind-the-scenes tour of El Capitan theatre!
Admission: Ticketed
Location: El Capitan Theatre
Address: 1755 N Highland Ave, Hollywood 90028
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: October 6 to 31 (selected dates)

West LA

Voices in Your Head - Halloween Circus Production
Inspired by Stephen King's horror novel and Stanley Kubrick's cinematic interpretation "The Shining", Kinetic Theory's teen and adult pre-professional students tell a terrifying tale that will leave you afraid to be alone with your thoughts!
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Culver City
Address: 3604 Holdrege Ave, Los Angeles 90016
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: October 6 to November 4 (Fri/Sat)

Theatre Forty Halloween Show
Get ready for Halloween with some spooky tales that will be sure to chill you! Hosted by L.A. Public Library
Admission: Free
Location: Westwood Branch Library
Address: 1246 Glendon Ave, Los Angeles 90024
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: October 28 (Saturday)

Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin
An immersive experience in 10,000 square feet of warehouse space and combines masked and unmasked actors, highly expressive physical performance, interactive sets, multiple puppetry traditions, projected media, sophisticated special effects, and illusions. Special performances on October 30 and 31.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Mid City
Address: Secret Warehouse, Los Angeles 90019
For Kids: Ages 18+
2017 Dates: October 5 to November 5 (selected dates)

Santa Monica and South Bay

Street Food Cinema's Outdoor Screenings
Street Food Cinema celebrates Halloween during the month of October with screenings of scary, creepy and campy classics throughout the city. The events include live music and gourmet food trucks.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Will Rogers State Historic Park
Address: 1501 Will Rogers State Park Rd, Pacific Palisades 90272
For Kids: Parental discretion (movie is rated R)
2017 Dates: October 7 to 28 (Saturdays)

Halloween Month at Long Beach Shakespeare Company
Long Beach Shakespeare Company performs four Old Time Radio Horror Classics during October, including Forbidden Planet (10/13 to 10/15); double feature: The Lodger, and Night Must Fall (10/20 to 10/22); and The War of the Worlds (10/27 to 10/29).
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Long Beach
Address: 4250 Atlantic Ave, Long Beach 90807
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: October 13 to 29 (Fri/Sat/Sun)

Hocus Pocus - Movie Under the Guns
Halloween fun with the return of three kooky witches! The movie will be shown on board the fantail of Battleship IOWA, as you sit under the stars, overlooking the beautiful LA Waterfront.
Admission: Free
Location: Battleship IOWA
Address: 250 South Harbor Blvd, San Pedro 90731
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: October 27 (Friday)

All Night Horrorthon at the Aero Theatre
Spend all night at the Aero Theatre’s 12th annual Horrorthon! Complete with between-film free food, giveaways, trailers and crazy shorts, this movie marathon feels like rowdiest and most bizarre sleepover you’ll ever attend.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Aero Theatre
Address: 1328 Montana Ave, Free for kids, while supplies last 90403
For Kids: Parental discretion
2017 Dates: October 28 (Saturday)

Burbank / Pasadena Areas

Wicked Lit
As you visit the grounds and experience the haunted atmosphere, actors perform a series of plays adapted from classic terror tales. This is a walking production that takes place at night. Some scenes are staged outside.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Altadena
Address: 2300 N. Marengo Ave, Altadena 91001
For Kids: Recommended 13+
2017 Dates: September 28 to November 11 (selected dates)

Fallen Saints - Dia de Los Muertos
Day of the Dead. One of the most cherished and celebrated holidays in Mexico. A time for families to visit and celebrate the lives of those who have passed. As spirits gather on earth to be remembered, a small village faces an evil spirit whose dark secret was buried ages ago. Join Force of Nature Productions as they take you deep into old Mexico and to the place where the legend began! This is a live, horror immersive theatrical haunt experience.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Generation DCD Studio
Address: 1001 W Olive Ave, Burbank 91505
For Kids: Ages 10+ Recommended
2017 Dates: October 13 to 28 (Fri/Sat nights)

The Valleys: SFV, SCV and AV

Pumpkin Liner / Headless Horseman Dinner Train
Halloween themes for the Fillmore and Western Railway. The Pumpkin Liner takes you to a pumpkin patch that includes a food stand and activities for kids. The Headless Horseman Dinner Train is a haunted dinner adventure on board an old-style train.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Fillmore
Address: 364 Main St, Fillmore 93015
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: October 7 to 29 (weekends)

Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre Group
Tour of Terror - a series of short vignettes in Grand Guignol style illustrating macabre images of horror meant to disturb, discomfit, thrill, shock and sometimes make you laugh at the absurdity. The doors to the lobby opens five times an evening as guests are led through the maze in groups of two or three. Guests are provided with only a muted flashlight to guide them. Once through the maze and into the theater the flashlight is taken away and the show begins. After the show they are again given flashlights to walk back through the maze, where new performances and haunted surprises await them. This walk-through show is not for the faint-of-heart, but is fantastic entertainment for daring adventurers ready to delve into an avant-garde world of theatrically-twisted nightmares, insanity and deviation. From the lighting -- and then the deep, dark lack of it -- to the spooky score, effects and costumes, Urban Death plunges you into its terrifying, alternative vision.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: North Hollywood
Address: 4850 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood 91601
For Kids: Ages 15+ Recommended
2017 Dates: October 6 to 31 (Fri/Sat + Halloween)

Live Stage Adaptation of Night of the Living Dead
An original stage adaptation of the classic film that spawned an entire genre of zombies presented in all of its undead terror under the direction of Ron Milts.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: North Hollywood
Address: 10509 Burbank Blvd., North Hollywood 91601
For Kids: Parental discretion
2017 Dates: October 13 to November 28

The Story of Halloween and Celtic Tales of the Supernatural
a show with tales of fairies and otherworldly creatures from Celtic mythology. All told in the format people have come to love; a Celtic Halloween extravaganza with high energy Irish dances, traditional Celtic tunes that will bewitch your feet and keep your toes a-tappin', haunting love songs with a ghostly lilt, and exciting dances, some which use real swords.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: MacLeod Ale Brewing Co
Address: 14741 Calvert St, Van Nuys 91411
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: October 22 and 29 (Sundays)

The Woman in Black - a Ghost Play
Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt and based on the book by Susan Hill, The Woman in Black is a chilling classic ghost story in its purest form. A lawyer who has experienced a recent tragedy and believes his family is cursed hires a skeptical but enthusiastic actor to help him tell his tale and hopefully exorcise the fear that paralyzes him.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: The Belfry Stage
Address: 11031 Camarillo St, North Hollywood 91602
For Kids: Parental discretion
2017 Dates: Sep 29 to Nov 4 (Thu-Sat)

North Orange County: Anaheim Area

Night of the Living Dead
A live performance based on the 1968 horror film "Night of the Living Dead"
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Fullerton
Address: 110 E. Walnut Avenue, Fullerton 92832
For Kids: Parental discretion
2017 Dates: October 6 to 29 (Fri-Sun + Thu 10/26)

South Orange County: Irvine Area

Camp Frida
For one night only, The Frida Cinema is transforming into a slasher film summer camp! Join your Camp Counselors for a night of camp activities, badges, games, and 12 hours of some of the creepiest, woodsiest, goriest films ever to make you think twice about going back to camp!
Admission: Ticketed
Location: The Frida Cinema
Address: 305 E Fourth St, Santa Ana 90271
For Kids: Parental discretion
2017 Dates: October 21 (Saturday)

Riverside / San Bernardino Area

Sleepy Hollow Dinner Show at Riley’s Farm - SOLD OUT
When you arrive, enjoy our homemade appetizer soup of corn chowder or pumpkin. Hop on the hayride and take a trip in the countryside with several of the Sleepy Hollow townsfolk. Watch the characters come alive on and off stage in this play in three acts. Throughout the evening, participate in a variety of classic country contests. But be forewarned, there is rumor of a Headless Horseman on the prowl, and it is said he will ride past the house by night! The event includes the show, dinner and activities.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Oak Glen
Address: 12261 Oak Glen Rd, Oak Glen 92399
For Kids: All Ages
2017 Dates: September 23 to October 21 (Thu, Fri, Sat)

Tombstone Cinema Movie Series
Tombstone Cinema presents movies under the stars at Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery. Food will be available at the snack bar.
Admission: Ticketed
Location: Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery
Address: 4414 14th St, Riverside 92501
For Kids: Parental discretion
2017 Dates: October 7 and 21

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