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'The Wonderful House of Horrors'



When it comes to getting spooky we' ve got our pumpkin masks and ghostly sheets ready at all times. So when Facebook came knocking to help show the world how Halloween is bringing people together on the social network, we couldn't have been more electrified (Frankenstein anyone?).

The goal was to capture the emotional side of the holiday in a series of personal interviews, visual eye candy and energetic narratives knowing we wanted to bring that same human touch to the animated world that introduced our spirited live action. Inspired by the extravagant practical worlds of Paranorman and The Nightmare Before Christmas, we brought the haunted hilltop house to life, full of lights, frights, eyes in the dark and a few tentacles for good measure.

Scroll down to see what ghoulish good times we got into.


  • Production Company: Scholar
  • Director: William Campbell
  • Managing Director / EP: Jo Arghiris
  • Head of Production: Tyler Locke
  • DP: Michael Dwyer
  • Line Producer: Benjamin Murphy
  • Production Designer: Johanna Jenkins
  • Design & Animation: Scholar
  • Creative Director: William Campbell
  • Associate Creative Director: Macauley Johnson
  • Managing Director / EP: Jo Arghiris
  • Head of Production: Tyler Locke
  • CG Supervisor: Tim Hayward
  • Producers: Kev Jones, Seth Gantman
  • Senior Designer: Cam Floyd
  • Designers: Madison Kelly, Liam Elias, Vin Kim, Irma Hasanic, Gretel Cummings
  • 2D Animator: Henry Pak
  • Model/Texture Artists: Travis Mangoang, Faith Zeng, Lucia Huang
  • 3D Animators: Bri Meyer, Angie Jones
  • 3D Generalists: Brice Linane, Danny Rapaport, Cameron Scott, Matt Berenty
  • Lighters: Anthony Thomas, Jacques Clement
  • Compositing Supervisor/Flame Artist: Matt Lavoy
  • Compositor: Eva Flödstrom
  • Storyboard Artists: Arien Walizadeh, Gordan Kljucec
  • Editorial: Scholar
  • Editor: Zach Vandlik
  • Music, Mix & Sound Design Company: In House Music + Sound
  • Sound Designer: Zach Vandlik
  • Client: Facebook
  • Agency: Facebook Creative X

“The wide range of spots allowed us to explore bridging the gap between our spookiest Halloween-loving selves and our emotional side, focusing on the human moments in each interview.”