Another drive-thru haunt coming to Central Florida.
Scream n' Stream offers guests the opportunity to drive STRAIGHT INTO the movie screen and enter a 90's slasher-style horror flick. From the company's website:
“The year is 1991. A group of teenagers have broken into an abandoned Drive-In Theater on the edge of town, to goof around and have some fun. Soon, it becomes late and they decide to go home in order to make curfew. Except they discover that their car won't start. The fuel line has been cut. Horrified, the teenagers realize they are not alone. Hours from town on foot with no way to get help, the teenagers are forced to find help. Except someone is out there, lurking in the shadows. Watching them. Waiting for a chance to terrorize its victims.”
A completely unique style of haunt, fans can expect a contactless mix of special effects, live performers, and detailed sets to tell the story. Chris Louis, Scream n' Stream's Production Manager, described the experience as "interactive theater." For audio, cars will be able to tune into a specialized FM station pumping a spooky soundtrack to fit the entire "film." Each scene will have individual speakers to broadcast the specific dialogue or other audio.
For safety reasons, no actors will approach the vehicle and no scares are intended to "startle" the driver (or anyone else in the car). Drivers are expected to maintain a 3mph speed and drive steadily along a marked path. The entire experience is expected to last between 10-15 minutes.
Oh! And there's one more thing! You might just have to choose which path to take, determining the outcome of your "movie" experience!
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