"What's Your Favorite Scary Movie?" If it's "Scream", read on..

Ah...the 90s. What a time to be alive...well, for us. Not for Tatum, Casey Becker, Billy Loomis...but for sure for us, Sydney Prescott, Cotton Weary, Gale Weathers and Deputy Dewey.

I remember seeing the movie "Scream" in theaters and being horrified. It was the first of it's kind. It seemed so real. In 1996 we had no caller ID. Only a handful of people had cell phones. Hardly anyone locked their doors and the music was EPIC. "Scream" had teenage sex appeal and horror, but also blatantly made fun of itself. I think it made me fall further in love with film and for the first time REALLY appreciate what you could do with it. 

It taught us the rules.

1) Never have sex. You have sex, you die. Only virgins survive.

2) Never drink or do drugs.

3) Never EVER say "I'll be right back" because you won't be right back.

These are important. And I've broken all three.

NOW - Weirdos like me who loved this movie have the chance to actually stay the night in the house where they filmed the final scene. You know, where Tatum got stuck in the garage door and the famous line "IM FEELIN A LITTLE WOOZY HERE" was uttered in the kitchen by Stu.

 If you like to do cool stuff for Halloween, this is probably hard to beat:  Watching "Scream" at the actual house where the ending was filmed.  And if you've got a lot of money just ready to be wasted, you can stay there overnight. There are several different packages that include everything from the movie screening and all-day access to the house and its grounds, to the overnight stay along with a bus tour, a party, and merchandise. Tickets for the overnight stay start at $850, though, and some of the higher-end packages are already sold out.  Even the lower-end packages that DON'T include the overnight start at $200.  The house is located in Santa Rosa, California, and this whole thing goes down on Saturday, October 27th. I provided the link for all the info here!

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