Oregon’s Only Strip Club Haunted House Is Coming Back, and This Year, They Made a Horror Movie to Go with It

It stars a handful of Spyce dancers in scenarios lifted from classics like "Nightmare on Elm Street," "Friday the 13th, and "Child’s Play."

Spyce Gentleman's Club in Old Town is bringing back its annual Strip Club Haunted House for the fifth year in a row, featuring strippers in ghoulish makeup and an au courant theme—vintage '80s horror, still riding the wave of nostalgia that brought us It Follows and Stranger Things.

The difference is that this time, they've made an actual horror film to go with it.

The 11-minute clip, directed by Sam Lingle, stars Haunted Strip Club impresario DJ Dick Hennessy and a handful of Spyce dancers in scenarios lifted from classics like Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, and Child's Play.

It's not particularly scary, but it's surprisingly compelling and funny, with Hennessy and Spyce manager Matt Doss reacting with befuddled logic to the offing of their employees by classic horror villains while mounting a desperate rescue.

Strip Club Haunted House opens October 25 and lasts through Halloween.

Related: Boo(bs)! Portland's First Strip Club Haunted House.

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