The Eyegores were handed out by a bevy of celebrities at Universal Studio Hollywood, which gave the mazes a distinctly movie-fanboy flavor, The Hollywood Reporter said.
"I love horror fans," said actor David Arquette. "They have a great sense of humor and they are a bunch of oddballs, just like me."
Arquette was saluted at the rowdy affair for his work on the "Scream" movies at the event, which was decorated in a "Children of the Corn" motif and hosted by Corey Feldman, who was decked out in a cape.
Some of the blood-curdling mazes were created in the themes of chillers such as "House of 1,000 Corpses," "The Thing" and "Hostel."
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