|Starts||27 Jul 2016 (Wed)||Ends||31 Oct 2016 (Mon)|
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This Halloween, let your loudest screams be heard at Singapore’s largest and most anticipated scarefest as Universal Studios Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa unleashes its scariest Halloween Horror Nights ever!
Debuted in 2011, this sixth edition will see the theme park engulfed in hordes of supernatural creatures from Singapore-inspired hauntings to Western horrors, showcasing a record number of haunted houses and presenting the first-ever theatrical procession inspired by the Day of the Dead.
Ruled by the malevolent Lady Death (死亡女神) who awakens the dead and unravels the darkness within, Halloween Horror Nights 6 will feature five terrifying haunted houses, two horrifying scare zones where denizens of the dark rule the night and two spectacular live shows.
Beginning 30 September, the event runs for 16 select nights across five weekends. Early bird tickets are now on sale at www.rwsentosa.com
Headlining the haunted houses is the infamous Old Changi Hospital (旧樟宜阴魂) which puts Singapore on the map as one of the most haunted places in the world. Visitors who dare enter will chance upon vengeful ghosts from Singapore’s bloodiest history – from patients who do not know they are dead to the Pontianak, a female Malay vampire who wanders the hallways.
Mayhem breaks loose at the Hawker Centre Massacre (小贩中心食人宴) where a meal turns into a banquet of horror as victims of radioactive food poisoning transform into savage, flesh-eating creatures.
Those dying for more scares and screams can step inside Hu Li’s Inn (狐姬客栈), set in colourful Old
Shanghai where demonic shape shifters will claim souls by deadly seduction.
Fans will tremble at the centuries-old wrath of the vengeful DeFeo Witches, awakened by modern-day witchcraft enthusiasts practising rituals in the Salem Witch House (塞勒姆女巫之家). Artist Damien
Shipman will take fans on a heinous trip down memory lane as he unveils his controversial exhibition titled Bodies of Work (血尸秘展). Displayed in a macabre fashion, his twisted memories are played out
in this horrific homage to his family who perished tragically in a fire.
Those looking for a skin-crawling experience can enter the forbidden grounds of Suicide Forest
(自杀森林), one of the scare zones filled with desperate cries and a sinister presence that lures unsuspecting victims to their deaths. Fans can also join the first-ever carnival procession in a zone lined
with deadly descendants, exhumed coffins and larger-than-life skeletons, all led by the ominous Lady
Death. The procession culminates in an action-packed live show that celebrates the deceased in the haunting March of the Dead (死神降世祭典).
Back by popular demand, Jack the Clown will steal the show once again in Jack’s Recurring Nightmare
Circus (杰克重返噩梦马戏团) at Pantages Hollywood Theater. Together with his deranged disciples, he will hunt for killer acts from a live casting call featuring world-class aerialists, acrobats, contortionists
and other freaky friends.
Visitors can experience the thrills and scares from 7:30pm on 16 select nights across five weekends starting 30 September. Early bird tickets (S$51 and S$56) are available now till 28 August for purchase online and at Universal Studios Singapore ticket booths. Standard tickets on event nights cost S$65 and S$69.
Fans who are dying to relive the scares can purchase the Frequent Fear Pass for unlimited visits to all 16 event nights. Those who sign up for the Behind The Screams tour can enjoy exclusive sneak peeks into what goes on behind the scenes before showtime. This tour is available on select nights with limited spots, and only for visitors who have signed up for an R.I.P. tour or daytime VIP tour at Universal Studios Singapore.
In addition to the scare acts, fans can continue to experience many of the park’s exciting rides and attractions. These include Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs CYLON, TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, Revenge of the Mummy and more.
For more info and to buy tickets, visit www.rwsentosa.com