Haunters: The Art of the Scare (2017) - Documentary, Horror

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Haunted houses for Halloween have spawned a growing subculture of extreme "full contact" terror simulations. But how far is too far?

IMDB: 6.6
Director: Jon Schnitzer
Stars: Jason Blum, McKenzie Westmore
Length: 88 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 0 out of 28 found boring (0%)

One-line Reviews (9)

I found the part on the haunted house in a war zone fascinating and the scare actor Shar Mayer (and her 'haunt widower' husband) adorable.

Its absurd, funny, scary, and exciting the whole way through and inspired me to immediately apply for a haunter position at House of Torment in Austin, TX.

It's pretty fascinating and shows u a side of horror you've never seen before.

They're all about creating exciting and visceral experiences for their audience members.

Highly entertaining documentary about origins and evolution of haunted mazes.

And it's completely worth the watch to hear legendary haunter Shar Mayers talk about her history in the industry and know her story.

Honest, compelling, crazy, and heartfelt.

As a big fan of Halloween and horror in general, I find the concept of "home haunters" fascinating, as it demonstrates just how much Halloween fans love the holiday and their passion is often compelling.

For anyone who enjoys these types of mazes and anyone who is curious, but too scared to physically walk into one, it's a fascinating peek behind the curtain.