The five-bedroom, four-bathroom Tomales, California house made famous by the 1996 horror hit Scream will be rented out to fans this autumn as Halloween approaches.
The promotion, called Scream Comes Home, is being organised by Anthony Masi and Nate Ragon, TMZ reported on Tuesday.
The event - which has a $200 (NZ$294) admission fee - is slated to be held at the abode (which sits outside of Santa Rosa, California) the weekend before Halloween, according to the outlet.
A special offering fans to spend the night there for $1,750 (NZ$2,575) sold out rapidly, TMZ reported.
Masi and Ragon told the outlet they poured $22,000 (NZ$32,000) into rental fees for the property, and will have plenty of frightful features for fans.
There will also be movie memorabilia on display in the two barns on the property.
Another promotion incorporates the talents of Roger Jackson, who provided the creepy voice of Ghostface in the motion picture, to make personalised calls to fans for $125 (NZ$184).
Deals range from $1,750 to $50 (NZ$2,575 to NZ$73), the latter of which includes admittance to a screening of the film and exterior-only access to the home from 7pm until 10pm on October 27, along with the chance to be in a large group photo staged outside of the home.
Scream hit theatres in December of 1996 and made a massive splash, taking in $173 million worldwide on a budget of $14 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
The Wes Craven-directed film featured an ensemble cast including David Arquette, Courteney Cox, Rose McGowan, Drew Barrymore and Neve Campbell, and spawned three sequels: 1997's Scream 2, 2000's Scream 3 and 2011's Scream 4.