Horror exhibit to open at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park

By Jim Lawson on January 27, 2024
Horror exhibit to open at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park.
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Horror exhibit to open at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park.

Blumhouse, the renowned horror film production company, is set to unveil a brand new exhibit at the iconic Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado.

This exhibit, known as the Stanley Film Center, will span over 10,000 square feet and promises to be an ultimate horror experience.

Blumhouse, in collaboration with the Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media, aims to create a truly terrifying destination for horror enthusiasts.

The site is expected to house a number of exhibits from Blumhouse’s extensive catalogue of horror films, television shows and games, describing the exhibit as “a mini-Academy Museum dedicated to horror”.

Stephen King stayed at the Stanley Hotel in 1974 and had a nightmare in which his psychic son was chased and killed by a firehose in the hotel. That inspired his famous novel “The Shining,” and it wasn’t long before the Stanley Hotel became a bucket list item for many horror fans. The hotel has the reputation of being one of the most haunted and scary hotels in the world.

Read more here from NME.

 

 

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