Three-part drama about a corrupt council official who wakes from an alcoholic blackout to realise that he may have been responsible for a murder.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Blackout - Blackout (horror experience) - Netflix
Blackout, also known as Blackout Haunted House, is an immersive horror experience that was created by Josh Randall and Kristjan Thor in 2009, and serves as the antithesis of the traditional haunted house. Randall and Thor began collaborating on Blackout after expressing frustration that it was growing increasingly difficult to be scared. The first Blackout event was held in New York City and the business expanded to Los Angeles. Both Randall and Thor have stated that they view Blackout to be more “performance art than haunted house”.
Blackout - Event - Netflix
Participants must sign a liability waiver prior to entering the experience, as Blackout performers are able to touch and physically interact with the participants, although participants may not touch performers. The attraction's scares will differ depending on the location and will change over time in order to avoid participants predicting what will occur. At the start of each Blackout event a performer may ask participants about their worst fears, which they can then use to tailor the event to make the attraction more frightening. Participants are sent into the event individually instead of in a group and they are also not allowed to speak while going through Blackout, although they are allowed to scream.
Blackout - References - Netflix