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Thrilling Reveals for Midsummer Scream Fans

Horror will take center stage at the Long Beach Convention Center as 25,000 fans prepare to get an inside look at this upcoming Halloween season’s events.

Warner Brothers Studio Tour is set to join the likes of Universal Studios  Halloween Horror Nights and Knott’s Scary Farm for a panel presentation at the MidSummer Scream Convention.

On July 28-29, horror fans will get a glimpse at what to expect later this year as exclusive details will be revealed during panel presentations.

Warner Bros. have revealed this year’s Horror Made Here: A Festival of Frights will include a reimagined maze based on 2017 hit film IT.

DC will also be reimagined through the brand-new Batman: Arkham Asylum maze, as Gotham City’s institution for the criminally insane is constructed on the Warner Bros. lot.

Fans attending Horror Made Here will also get to enjoy a nighttime tour of the Warner Bros. famous backlot.

This year Horror Made Here will run for 13 nights compared to last year’s six events. More details about the event are expected to be released at the convention’s panel.

In addition to exciting, new details being revealed about their event, Warner Bros. will also showcase props and set pieces from their horror film collection.

Attendees can continue the fun with more than 250 artisan vendors present on the show floor, including the beloved Black Cat Lounge adoption and cuddle area.

Horror fans can expect live entertainment throughout the venue with world-class panels and presentations.

Educational seminars and classes will be available for those wanting to get more involved in the horror scene.

On Saturday night, those not afraid to dress-up can attend the night costume party with thousands of spooky cosplayers in elaborate costumes.

Buzzfeed Unsolved and Six Flags Fright Fest are also set to take the stage.

Tickets for the two-day event are now available ranging from $15 to $85.

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Tatiana Diaz

Tatiana Diaz is a student at Cal State University, Fullerton and a reporter for MUSE. She will be receiving her Bachelor’s degree in communications with a concentration in journalism this Summer. Tatiana has a passion for reporting on fashion, entertainment and pop culture.

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