October 2017 | The alternative Halloween experience set within the eerie compounds of Emily Hill’s oldest colonial house was an attempt to veer clear of the gory scarefest and ghoulish dress-ups typical to Halloween. Paying homage to previous Kult Magazine issues Fear and Superstition, the compound was peppered with references to phobias and old wives’ tales.
Guests were invited to wander through a meandering walk-through in the house designed by us to disgust, distress, and unsettle.
Left to Right: Dj Shellsuit and Kult Kafe's "The Twisted Childhood"
At the end of the walk-through, guests found themselves on the dancefloor where they were welcomed by DJ Shellsuit and Stew Bamrah’s hauntingly good tunes.
Kult Kafe also created “The Twisted Childhood” for the night, a special cocktail concoction made up of the guest’s choice of spirit, Kickapoo, citrus and homemade grenadine syrup.