If you’re looking for something fun and frightening to do during the month of October, the home from the meta-horror film ‘Scream’ will be accessible to rent this Halloween as it marks the film’s 25th anniversary.
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Surprisingly, it will only cost you USD 5 each night or around PHP 255. The twist is that there are only three single-night stays available, and they are only open to US residents.
— David Arquette (@DavidArquette) September 29, 2021
Guests will be able to tour the two-story residence in Tomales, California, and be able to look for creepy features like knife scars on the garage doors.
Airbnb promises a one-of-a-kind experience, including a virtual introduction from David Arquette as his movie character Dewy and a Scream movie marathon.
Furthermore, the money you spend on the experience will be donated to Ween Dream, a charity that assists underprivileged children to afford Halloween costumes. And some will be donated to The Trevor Project.
Guests may binge-watch all four “Scream” movies while munching on ’90s-appropriate treats like Jiffy Pop, pizza, and ice cream once they’ve settled in.
Guests also get access to a “brick phone” that links them directly to the killer, re-creating the horror of the film. They can also depart with mementos such as “Scream” DVDs, Woodsboro High apparel, posters for the next film in January 2022, and other goodies.
On October 28, Fans of the movie who don’t want to stay in the house or aren’t one of the selected few who get to have the Airbnb experience may have their exclusive bookings at Airbnb Online Experience to get a chance to talk to Kevin Williamson, the original movie’s screenwriter and a horror movie expert.
There are up to four pax who can arrange an overnight stay on October 27, October 29, and October 31 to participate in the in-person experience.
For bookings, you may visit airbnb.com/secretsofscream.
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