The famous house used in the first "Scream" horror flick is coming back to life ... for die-hard fans who wanna rage and are down for Ghostface to scare the crap outta them ... for a price.
Anthony Masi and Nate Ragon are the creators of Scream Comes Home -- located near Santa Rosa, CA -- and they've set out to recreate the party at the actual house where the flick's classic ending went down.
The party's set for the weekend before Halloween and fans can drop $200 for a basic entry ticket to the party ... but they're outta luck on the overnight packages for $1750 a pop. Those sold out in 2 days.
Anthony and Nate tell us they spent $22k to rent out the 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom pad for the weekend and they'll trick out the house with a bunch of scary surprises. And, get this ... for the right price you can have the guy behind Ghostface's voice, Roger Jackson, call and harass you just like in the movie.
There will also be a ton of memorabilia from the film showcased in the property's 2 barns for fans to see. Think of the weekend as a scary rager with a bit of a museum twist.