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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Halloween Update: KTOWN Night Market - Halloween Food Fest, More Films and Haunts

Delusion is sold out of right now, more tickets might become available.

KTOWN Night Market - Halloween Food Fest
October 25-26
6th Street 
Koreatown (between Mariposa & Berendo)
3500 W 6th St Los Angeles, CA 90010
 $3 Online, $5 Door

K-Town ramps up the Halloween fun for a weekend with eats, music and games.

Halloween Food Fest will be loaded with delicious food vendors—such as Ham Ji Park, Ramen Burger, Shinsengumi, and Mama Musubi—as well as carnival games, live entertainment, art displays, and pop-up stores selling everything from clothing to car accessories.And in the spirit of Halloween, the first 500 guests in cosplay or costumes each day will receive free gift bags filled with KTOWN Black Cards, artist CD’s, sponsored goods, and more.

UGC Video Game Haunted House
Oct 30- Nov 1
8551 Vesper Ave
Panorama City, California
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Ghost Train
October 17-Nov Multiple Nights, check exact dates
7:00pm - 10:00pm
5202 Zoo Dr., 90027
$10 donation per person

The Los Angeles Live Steamers Railroad Museum has you getting on a tiny train and being spooked by a huge mess of Halloween decorations. Much more family friendly than the Haunted Hay Ride. 


Just added more screenings to the Halloween 2014: LA Horror Film Guide.

Halloween & Mourning Movie Night
Saturday, October 18, 2014, 7:00 PM
Heritage Square Museum
3800 Homer Street
$10 for the general audience and free for museum members

House of Wax to be screened underneath the stars at the rustic old time village. Bring a coat, blanket and picnic basket.

Don't Sleep: An All-Nighter On Elm Street
Friday, October 24, 7:30pm
The Cinefamily
611 N Fairfax Avenue

Nightmare on Elm Street 1-7, you're going to have nightmares, the next day, it's going to keep you up all night. Special guest to be announced.

Beetlejuice Midnight Screening
Friday, October 17
Vista Theatre
4473 Sunset Drive

Beetlejuice screens for the Nerd Like Us film for October. Costume contest before the showing.
More Haunts

October 3-31st, 2014
702 North Doheny Drive, West Hollywood

A pumpkin patch that’s been operating in  West Hollywood since the 80’s. All your pumpkin needs that don’t come from a local supermarket.

Oct 4- Nov 1, check exact dates
197 N Moorpark Rd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
$17 General, Express $25

Oct 18-19, 22-31
6pm-9pm Sun-Thurs
6pm-10pm Fri-Sat
4602 Morse Ave
Sherman Oaks, California

One of the most liked … not a haunt, but worth checking out

October 18, 24, 25, 26, 31, November 1
7:00 - 11:00 PM
Fremont Centre Theatre
1000 Fremont Ave
South Pasadena, CA 91030

In its 50 years of operation, the Raymond Hill Mortuary interred over 35,000 bodies. Unfortunately, respect and dignity were not a priority, but the grieving had few other places to go for burial services at the turn of the century. People focused their anger on Orson Cross, the appointed head of the Mortuary. Simply known as The Mortician, he was vile, debased, depraved, and corrupt, but what the law can’t prosecute, fate has a way of dealing with.

October 17th-Nov1 Fri- Sun
Special "Lights On" Event for Children 5pm-6:30pm
8856 Encino Ave

A Kickstarted haunt that has the community behind it. A haunted house made by some entertainment industry types with a new theme every year.

Oct 25-26, 31 & Nov 1

A free haunted house that’s been turning heads for years. This year, we get clowns.