You Can Now Rent Out the Original “Scream” House

published Sep 29, 2021
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Do you like scary movies? If your answer to that question is “yes”, then you’re in luck: the original “Scream” house is now available to rent on Airbnb.

Fans are invited to spend a night at the house of horrors, with Woodsboro’s local sheriff, Dewey Riley (David Arquette), hosting the stay, and sharing his tips for survival. You’re going to want to listen and take notes, as Ghostface is back on the loose for the sixth installment of “Scream”, set to be released in January.

The Sheriff will host one-night stays for up to four people at the Northern California estate on Oct. 27, Oct. 29, and Oct. 31 for only $5 a night. During their stays, guests will get to experience all the scariest elements of the original movie.

Upon arrival, guests will receive a virtual greeting at check-in from Arquette before exploring the “Scream” house in all its original glory — from knife marks on the doors to the garage where Dewey’s sister Tatum met her unfortunate demise. Taking it straight back to the 90s, guests can enjoy a “Scream” movie marathon on VHS while feasting on some classic snacks including Jiffy Pop, ice cream with all the Reddi-wip you could ever want, and pizza, if you’re able to stomach it. 

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Outside of, you know, its horrifying past in “Scream,” the Airbnb is actually quite cozy. The warm-painted walls, antique-looking furnishings, and just look at that kitchen. But then again, once you’ve seen the film, can you ever unsee what happened in this house?

There’s also a dedicated phone line for reaching Ghostface, in case guests would like to turn the tables and ask any questions or make any special requests. Additionally, overnight stayers will have the chance to take home unique “Scream” memorabilia, including a DVD bundle of the first four “Scream” films, Woodsboro High gear, exclusive “Scream (2022)” posters, and much more.

For the horror fans who are unable to book the stay, there’s another opportunity to get your adrenaline rush. Original “Scream” screenwriter and scary movie expert Kevin Williamson will host an Online Experience on Thursday, Oct. 28 that will give guests a chance to learn behind-the-scenes secrets of the franchise.

Want in? Very limited stays will be available on Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 1 p.m. ET, which you can book on the listing page. Don’t chicken out now!