This would be the ultimate fix for horror connoisseurs who have grown numb to ordinary horror movies and stories.
The location can be anywhere, but ideally something like an old run-down theater in the dark desolate countryside, beside a cemetary.
After paying your ticket, youre left all alone
in the theater or so you think. Then the movie starts.
The chair youre sitting on seems to have a mind of its own, creaking onimously and jerking unexpectedly at times. Just when you think youre safe, hairy or slimy things will reach out from the darkness to touch you, or nearly. When the character on the screen hears strange noises, you begin to hear it too
behind your back. When they glimpse shadows, so do you
And then, this ghostly horror creeps down the long dark hall on the screen, getting bigger and closer and then it crawls *out* of the screen and down the aisle towards you. At the same time, cuffs and straps spring up from your chair and bind you helpless
And when you think its all over and try to exit the theater, you find that the horror has only just begun. The exit has moved, and you find yourself in a hellish realm where new horrors assaulting your senses every few seconds.
Then the plot could get even more bizarre, like you getting kidnapped by insane aliens and taken to an evil temple to be sacrificed to the Blood God, or something like that. The point is you never know whats going to happen next, or when it ceases to be entertainment and become reality
Each season of the theater could have a different plot/program so you always get fresh surprises. All this and more could conceivably be done with technology, and if we as the horror consumer get a kick out of it and are willing to pay for it, and people who program the thing get a kick from it, why not?
And your experience could be filmed as a movie and sold in its own right
even if you dont make it out alive.