You can spend Halloween with Dewey Riley at the original 'Scream' house

Do you remember Scream? You do. Ghostface, the chilling, constant ringing of the telephone and the star-studded cast are the two main characters.
In the 1990s, the satirical slasher movie ruled horror. It became a cult film and Halloween movie-night staple. Its influence isn't yet gone. The fifth Scream movie is set for release in 2022. Buuuut... Scream fans can still stay at the original house with Dewey Riley, a small-town sheriff (AKA David Arquette).

Northern California's house is in Tomales. It was once the Woodsboro home for Stu Macher (played here by Matthew Lillard), and served as the finale to Wes Craven’s first Scream film. It's part of Airbnb's Halloween specials and is available for overnight stays for three days. This includes October 27, 29, and 31. It's only $5 per night.

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The house includes every famous trope from the pop culture phenomenon: a telephone line (Ghostface might be in touch), the garage that was used for a certain grisly murder, and the television set playing classic horror movies like the characters. It will be able play all four Scream films on VHS. It's like the '90s. Arquette will also be available virtually to greet guests in his Riley-inspired attire.

This is a sneak peak of the house. It's the ultimate haunted getaway for horror fans. Let the screams begin.

Take a closer look. Credit: AIRBNB

Ghostface will leave a message. Credit: AIRBNB

Woodsboro forever. Credit: AIRBNB

Is there a better place to spend Halloween than AIRBNB? Credit: AIRBNB

Book your reservation starting Oct. 12th at 6 PM BST/ 1 PM PST ET / 10 a.m. PT at This is not a contest or lottery so you'll need to act quickly. It's easy to book it.