Families are very familiar with Chuck E. Cheese, the renowned kid’s entertainment place with fun arcade games and cheesy pizza. Their mascot being the very tall and somewhat quirky mouse has been a staple at many children’s birthday parties since 1977. Chuck E. Cheese is still making kids smile while providing joy for all but have you seen his distant cousin “Chucky Cheese”?
If you’re a horror fan or just a fan of all things creepy this might just peak your interest.
Rumored to be in the Portland, Oregon area, the newest entertainment center people are buzzing about is called “Chucky Cheese.” Yes, you heard that right and it is what you’re thinking. The horror icon who has been terrorizing kid’s dreams while attempting to take over the world by transferring his soul into other dolls has his own pizza place. Let us explain.
Pictures of the intriguing hotspot have been circulating all over the internet. Chucky looks to stand many feet tall above the entrance, holding a GIANT pizza and knife, welcoming kids and all things scary. Chucky seems to have his own line of entertainers playing on the main stage during pizza time. If you haven’t seen the “Severed Bowel Play Tunnel” prepare yourself. Parent’s would you allow your kids to crawl and slide down the imitation gastrointestinal track slide?
The “Knife Toss” has to be the most hilarious. A mouse resembling “Chuck E. Cheese” lays on a turning wheel with knives pinning him down. The background of the business looks to resemble a normal arcade atmosphere with a plethora of games to interact with. There is also a huge Chucky hand holding a bloody knife that says “Bathrooms” to point guests in the right direction.
After a deep dive into the Twitter-verse we found out these this place is unfortunately not real. The photos were created from a talented 3D artist. We are just as sad as you are but hey, see what could be a potential horror-themed pizza business venture in the future. Let us know on social… Is this something you would go to?
Note: Chucky Cheese is in no relation to Chuck E. Cheese or any of it’s affiliates.