Eli Roth’s Goretorium opens in September, and then…you’re f%*#ed


This September, Eli Roth will bring his signature brand of horror to Las Vegas. The all new multi-level haunt will feature a self guided tour of one of the city’s oldest and mostly deadly mythical hotels. The Goretorium is aiming to be the next level in interactive entertainment, providing year round terror. When all the other haunts fade into October, and the screams disappear, you’ll still find that The Goretorium isn’t going to stop. It’s not going to go away, the terror will never stop. In other words….you’re f*#^ed.



“The GORETORIUM will be a destination for both horror fans and tourists from around the world, 365 days a year,” Roth said. “We are creating the most intense live terror experience a person can have, incorporating the latest technology with old-fashioned scares.  This will be the premiere haunted experience in the world, filled with all kinds of surprises.  I’ve spent years planning this, and all my nightmares are finally coming true.  No matter which haunted houses you’ve been through, you have never been through anything quite like the Goretorium.”


In the past, year round haunts have lost their glow after Halloween, with many falling to low attendance and finally closing for good. The Goretorium looks to counter the “dead zone” left behind from Halloween by combining Hollywood special effects, with old fashioned scares, live actors and Las Vegas style showman ship.

You will enter the mythical Delmont, one of the oldest and most storied hotels in Las Vegas. Many tell tales of those who check in, and never check out. As you go through your self guided tour you encounter past guests, and see the fates of what happened to those that never checked out. You’ll also meet the psychotic serial killing family that is behind all the ghastly killings, and take part in their games as you try to survive and find your way out.

Eli Roth is no stranger to horror with his two Hostel films and Cabin Fever finding their bloody mark on society. He is also no stranger to haunted attractions. Last year he helped Universal Studios Hollywood bring Hostel to life at Halloween Horror Nights. The maze, Hostel:Hunting Season was a gory bloody mess, and well received by guests and fans.

After your journey through the Delmont, guests can get a drink at “Baby Dolls”. The club is a “freaky 60’s inspired go-go club”. It wouldn’t be Goretorium without that special twist. Zombie go-go dancers adorn the sides, and careful they do get hungry. Live feedings will happen every once in a while to keep the beasts at bay. There will also be a one of a kind gift shop where guests can purchase special….souvenirs.

For up to the minute updates and information about Goretorium, visit their official Facebook Page.

For more information, visit the official Goretorium website.