Pennywise the Clown comes to life in the new It movie experience, which is basically the most haunted of houses! Called "The It Experience: Neibolt House Hollywood," the nightmarish house opened on Aug. 14 to boost the anticipation of the movie's upcoming release.
The interactive attraction courtesy of Warner Bros. is meant to mimic the movie's hellish themes, where visitors can enter the abandoned Neibolt House at their own will. Time Out Los Angeles shares that young Georgie Denbrough (one of the novel's first victims) escorts people while wearing his signature yellow raincoat and red balloon. You can enter the house in groups of seven, which represents the Losers Club.
Visitors are then led throughout the creepy-as-hell maze of the house, as various scenes from the classic movie are remade in different rooms. The attraction only runs for 20 minutes, so the waitlist should move pretty quickly. “The It Experience: Neibolt House Hollywood” is located at the corner of Hollywood and Vine, and is also free to enter. It is open from Aug. 14 through Sept. 10, from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. daily
Look out for It in theaters on Sept. 8 and click here for our complete guide leading up to the movie's release.If you're still into getting spooked, watch Mario, Sevyn Streeter and Aaron Gillespie reveal their weird fears to Fuse: