Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Check Out Our Press

Last weekend's opening of 2010's Steampunk Haunted House generated a great response from audience members and the press.

The Jaded Viewer describes the haunt as a "noir painting come to life" that leaves you with an "odd feeling that you're walking through a nightmare that isn't your own."
NBC New York's video offers a quick peek of some of the "uncomfortable moments and suspense" lurking inside the haunted house, and an interview with co-director Tom Pearson.
The Village Voice says, "This year's Steampunk Haunted House brings together [Victorian] elegance and the chills of a traditional scare house (sans the cop-outs of blood and gore used by most)."
NYC GO! characterizes the event as "the grinding horror of man-made machines meets Victorian science fiction (pre-industrial robots!) in the subterranean catacombs of this early 20th-century building."
Time Out New York says, "What's scarier than a regular haunted house? A mazelike haunted house that's been taken over by demented robots and spiders made of clockworks."

This is the final week of the Steampunk Haunted House, so make sure you don't miss it!

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