Cinema of Horrors Haunted House in Kelso, Washington is ghastly fun for teens and adults. The Cinema of Horrors Haunted House is a unique Halloween event featuring two of Washington’s scariest haunted attractions at the old Three Rivers Mall theater in Kelso, Washington, located just off I-5.
Thanks to the Cinema of Horrors for hosting us and giving us some good old fashioned scares while letting us check out the haunted houses for ourselves.
FARMHOUSE is a terrifying attraction inside of Ma’s disgusting, dusty, demented old murder house where the family always enjoys tormenting and enticing their visitors. The second (and new 2017 attraction) DARK LEGENDS OF NEW ORLEANS offers a blood curdling and dark trip back in time to historic New Orleans where voodoo, witchcraft, spirits and, more are lurking to scare you.
Both houses are fun and full of live scare-actors wit the perfect amount of spook and scare. I've done Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando, and while this is a smaller scale, the entertainment factor was on par. They did a great job of keeping the thrill level up. The DARK LEGENDS OF NEW ORLEANS was the scariest of the two by far—lots of startles and shocks. We loved it!
There's also a Clown & Retro horror scare zone, delicious fair foods for hungry fear seekers and other exciting, nightly events. While you buy your tickets and wait in line, there are live “scare-actors” around to keep you on your toes. You never know when you'll be greeted by an axe or a chainsaw.
The Cinema of Horrors is an all ages, family-friendly event. However, it is recommended for audiences ages 13 years or older. For younger audiences, they offer fun, non-scary, trick-or-treat nights. The key to anything scary is knowing your kids. I know my teens love this stuff, but my little guys can't quite handle live scare-actors popping out of holes in the haunted house.
Ticket pricing includes a walk through all attractions, and the VIP pricing includes two walkthroughs.
Friday – Saturday: 7:00PM-11:00PM