Haute Event: Eli Roth Gets Decked out for Halloween at Goretorium

Photos: Denise Trucello/WireImage

Director Eli Roth spent his Halloween at his own Goretorium, the year-round haunted experience Roth owns. Roth brought his parents Sheldon and Cora Roth shortly after 5 p.m.

Good friend and former American professional boxer Mike Tyson stopped by the haunted venue around 5:30 p.m. with his wife Kiki Tyson. The pair was greeted by Roth and given a VIP tour of his live horror experience. “It’s my favorite thing in Las Vegas,” said Tyson, “I’ve been through it [the haunt] twice, and I’ll be back again next week.” The retired boxer caught up with Roth’s dad before leaving the venue around 6:30 p.m.

Roth then made his way outside to watch the Vegas premiere of his very first music video, “La La La,” by legendary rapper Snoop Lion (formerly known as Snoop Dogg) as it aired on the world’s largest LED screen located above the Goretorium on Harmon Corner. Excited to see his latest creation in Vegas lights, Roth tweeted, “@SnoopLion #LaLaLa premiere and then I’m scaring people in the haunt! My first music vid ever!”

Immediately following the broadcast, the Gore creator was rushed into makeup and wardrobe as horror fans filled the lobby eagerly waiting to catch a glimpse of Roth’s transformation into a chilling employee of The Delmont — the mythical hotel and casino of Goretorium.

Roth took over multiple rooms of the haunt and preyed on anyone who dared to enter. “I love terrified look in their eyes after I scare them, it’s priceless,” said Roth. Roth, his family and close friends left the haunt around 9 p.m. to continue their Halloween festivities on the Las Vegas Strip.

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