Are you a self-confessed horror movie junkie? Well, there’s nothing like enjoying your favorites in a dark house at late night. When you think about 90’s slasher films, one franchise always comes to mind: the Scream movie franchise.
You can now stay in the house where the original Scream movie took place. Yes, you read that right. You can get transported to the town of Woodsboro, and stay at Stu Macher’s (Matthew Lillard) house, where the film that started it all took place.
Yes, you can book a stay at the house where Sidney Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) triumphed for the first time over Ghostface. This unique partnership between Airbnb, Paramount, and Spyglass Media is being down to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the horror movie cult classic. Plus, it serves as a cool teaser for the next chapter in the franchise to be released in 2022.
And guess what? Sheriff Dewey Riley a.k.a David Arquette will be hosting the place himself, taking the fan experience to the next level. “As the local sheriff, it’s my duty to be your host to keep everything under control for your stay at the SCREAM house. What could possibly go wrong? In honor of SCREAM’s 25th anniversary and the upcoming 2022 film, face your fears and stay the night where Ghostface’s terrors began,” reads the property’s official description.
This residential property is located in Tomales, Northern California. The makers of the film have preserved it all these years, right down to the knife marks on the bedroom door, the ’90s microwave in the kitchen, old-school telephone, and more. So if you can fly to Cali this Spooktober, why not?
Are you interested in staying in this iconic pad? Booking opens at 1 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, Oct. 12 for three, one-night stays for up to four people at the Northern California estate on October 27, 29, and 31 for only $5 a night.
Art Daniella Sison