Drawing on the craze for Youtubers spending the night hidden inside department stores such as McDonald's or Toys R Us. Two YouTubers slip past Tulleys security to spend the night in a haunt. At first all goes well, till paranormal forces turn the challenge into a nightmare…
Presented as a totally genuine YouTube video, this Blair Witch-style video is a brilliant hoax that conveys the terror of a Tulleys haunt.
Imagine the chaos Tulleys street theatre characters would cause if they were let loose on the public! This video does just that, pranking passersby on the streets of London, catching their reactions with a hidden camera.
Prank videos are enormously popular; the 'Devil Baby Attack' teaser for the film Devil's Due got 54 million views, despite there being virtually no other publicity for the film.
Why is Shocktober Fest the scariest Halloween event in the world? Because it’s not just themed around the undead, it’s run BY the undead. This series of short videos lifts the lid on what the killer clowns, witches and demons get up to in between scaring the bejesus out of punters.
We lift the lid on the rigorous training at zombie boot camp, rivalries between the various haunts, and the day-to-day running of the catering team (who are all cannibals), the security team (all werewolves) and the accounts department (all vampires).
Fans of Shocktober Fest love to share their experience on social media, and now they can with the ultimate selfie. It captures not only the subject but everything around them!
We set up a spinning 360 degree video booth with professional lighting and a smoke machine. Punters are then filmed in super slow motion to create 10-second videos which can be shared almost instantly! They can even get a 360 selfie with their favourite street theatre character.