One of the most iconic horror movies of all time, SCREAM, is coming back from the grave in the biggest way - a sleepover in the very house the ending of the original movie was filmed in. So, if (for whatever reason) you've been dying to relive your nightmares, you're in luck.
Scream fans Anthony Masi and Nate Ragon created a Kickstarter campaign to fund a one-of-a-kind screening event, "Scream Comes Home."
"One of my biggest goals was to stay at and party at the house where the final act of Scream [was shot], at Stu's house," Ragon says in the Kickstarter video. So he contacted the owners of the house in Tomales, California, and they said yes.
Fans who decide to pledge and join in on the screening can expect a to see the kitchen-what Masi calls the "main attraction"-where Billy (Skeet Ulrich), Sidney (Neve Campbelle), and Stuart (Matthew Lillard) had their showdown. FYI, the microwave seen in the 1996 film is STILL THERE.
You can also tumble down the stairwell Skeet Ulrich did.
And to make things just that much more hauntingly authentic, Roger Jackson, who voiced Ghostface in all four films, is joining the event as a special guest, and will make personal calls to certain pledgers as his killer character.
And, of course, a sleepover wouldn't be complete without some cozy(?) accommodations. The upstairs bedroom in the house will be where VIP guests will hunker down for the night.
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