Knott’s Berry Farm 40th Halloween Haunt

Knotts Berry Farm is turning into Knotts Scary Farm for the 40th time this year. What started as a few decorations and some hidden talent in Knott’s peek-ins in Ghost Town now embodies the Halloween season in Southern California — Knott’s Scary Farm and the infamous Halloween Haunt. The month-long event is being promoted on www.halloweenhaunt.com, with a television commercial, bus wrap and transit posters.

Knotts Berry Farm Scare


Click on the image below to play the 40th Haunt “Scare” commercial in YouTube (HD)

Knotts Berry Farm 40th Haunt Bus Wrap

Knotts Berry Farm 40th Haunt Transit Board

Knotts Scary Farm site

Knotts Berry Farm Conjure Evil

Credits

The 40th Halloween Haunt campaign was developed at Cramer-Krasselt, Chicago, by chief creative officer Marshall Ross, creative director Pat Hanna, associate creative director/art director David Petti, associate creative director/copywriter Larry Liss and senior producer Kara Pierce.

Filming was shot by director Rory Kelleher via Believe Media with executive producers Liz Silver, Luke Thornton, Michael McQuhae, head of production Vitaly Koshman, producer William Butler-Sloss.

Editor was Jay Friedkin at Union Editorial with assistant editor Jason Lucas, executive producers Megan Dahlman and Michael Raimondi.

Visual effects were produced at Glassworks by producer Misha Stanford-Harris, artists Roger Gould and Heidi Holman.

Sound was produced at Another Country by sound engineer Robert Marshall and executive producer Tim Konn. Music was produced at Human Worldwide by composers Edward Dunne and Gareth Williams, and producer Jonathan Sanford.