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The Light Group’s premier nightlife venues, HAZE Nightclub at ARIA Resort & Casino, The Bank Nightclub at Bellagio Resort & Casino and 1 OAK Nightclub and The Beatles REVOLUTION Lounge at The Mirage Hotel & Casino, have announced a killer lineup of Halloween parties beginning October 28 and continuing through November 1. Events include costume contests with thousands of dollars in cash prizes and unforgettable live performances.
Fright Dome at Circus Circus, one of the nation’s top-ranked haunted attractions, will team up with legendary horror director Tobe Hooper and writer Kim Henkel to feature one of the most terrifying horror films of all time. Beginning Friday, Oct. 3 Fright Dome takes over The Adventuredome at Circus Circus and will theme one of its six haunted houses around the grisly story of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE.
Celebrating its 40th anniversary this Halloween season, THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE is a theme that Fright Dome fans have been asking to see come to life for years. The themed haunted house will immerse guests in scenes from the iconic film, leaving them to fend off the attacks of one of the most notorious chainsaw-wielding killers ever created, Leatherface. No corner is safe as guests fight their way through in hopes of escaping the cannibals in pursuit. Will they survive… or become the next sliced and diced item on the dinner menu?
As Halloween approaches, Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare has an expanded schedule in both Scottsdale, AZ and Villa Park, IL. The ultimate Halloween horror event will continue to celebrate the season October 16-19, 23-26, 30-31 and November 1.
Great American Nightmare features attractions based on Zombie’s own horror films.
At WestWorld Of Scottsdale in Scottsdale, AZ, patrons take a sensory-deprived journey through The Lords Of Salem In Total Black Out before witnessing the debut of Captain Spaulding’s Clown School In 3D and The Devil’s Rejects.
Once upon a nightmare, there lived – and died – the town of Bridgewood. And so begins the legend of Boot Hill, as I wrote it more than 10 years ago, when I co-founded the home haunt in Irvine, California, with Shea Foley. For a few years, our yard haunt at 16 Goldenrod grew in leaps and bounds, from a small mismatch of tombstones and props, to a full-blown Old West cemetery, complete with special effects, a custom soundtrack and some really cool visual surprises!
As the years went on, Boot Hill continued to evolve under the direction of Shea as well as another dear friend of mine, Glenn Schmidt and a fine group of other friends as well into what is now one of the most spectacular home haunts in California. Drawing tons of visitors each night they are open, the Old West ghouls of Boot Hill lurk, jump, slide, and chase guests down the sidewalk in the normally idyllic Woodbridge neighborhood just off the 405 Freeway in Irvine! A portion of the haunt’s donation proceeds benefit Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC), which is also a great touch to this already-outstanding home attraction.
I have a question about your experience in Trapped. I went through it this weekend and had a blast. I wanted to see if your experience was a bit different, because my friends and I think there might be multiple routes. We saw people with duct tape on their mouths coming out of the experience, but we never got that.
My guess is that when groups come to the door with the unicorn on it or the bloody door, there is an option between the two. I wanted to know what door you chose. Also, maybe you can refuse to give the keys away to the hick at the top of the well.
The “star” of the 2014 American supernatural thriller “Annabelle” (in theaters now) will make an appearance at Nightfall on Thursday October 16th. The film, presented at the event by New Line Cinema and Evergreen Media Group, reunites director John R. Leonetti and producers Peter Safran and James Wan. “Annabelle” tells the story of a young couple and their encounters with a possessed vintage doll.
Annabelle the doll will make her exclusive Tucson appearance at Nightfall from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm. She will be accompanied by her entourage to help guests understand how to protect themselves from the dangers Annabelle may present. Photo opportunities with Nightfall guests will be available.
The second annual event transforms Zoo grounds with hair-raising special effects, ghouls, ghosts, fortune tellers, dancing with DJ Johnny Hawkes, music by neo-rockabilly band So-Cal Rocket Dynamics, “terrifying” keeper talks, feedings of “fearsome” animals, and some spooky surprises. Mysterious, macabre delights also include moonlit performances of goose-bump-producing Edgar Allan Poe and Edward Gorey stories by Drama After Dark, known for their sold-out work at past Huntington Library Halloween bashes.
Knott’s Scary Farm’s Halloween Haunt is the granddaddy of all theme park Halloween events. All theme park haunts and many industry firsts – such as the technique of “sliding” – can trace their roots to the age-old streets of Ghost Town in Buena Park, California. It is with great anticipation that fans wait for opening night each year, and as the fog billows and the wind begins to howl in the eaves of the Calico roofs, the excitement is almost palpable!
Due to the size and scope of Knott’s Scary Farm, the matrix of shows and attractions constantly evolves, with many mazes staying put for anywhere from two to five seasons. Each Halloween Haunt brings brand-new experiences as well, which fans get really excited about in the months leading up to the event. In fact, it’s become so popular for Knott’s to announce the new mazes each year, that they host a large-scale fan preview at the park itself to unveil all of the Haunt offerings during summer; it draws hundreds of the Scary Farm’s biggest fans, as well as a ton of media.
Screams filled the air of St. Petersburg, Florida last night as Radley Haunted House opened its doors for the first time in 2014. Excited guests exited the elaborate experience all smiles after recovering from encountering Dr. Radley’s Nightmare Machine on opening night.
Brought to life by creative director Cody Meacham and producer Ricky Brigante, the Radley Haunted House is an independent haunted attraction, similar to the haunted houses of Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights or Busch Gardens’ Howl-O-Scream, but set up outside a real house in a residential neighborhood. It’s not a professional attraction, but is just as thrilling, detailed, and entertaining.
“Awesome,” “epic,” “immersive,” and “thrilling.” – These are just some of the words guests are using to describe Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights 24. With terrifying experiences based on the biggest names in horror and pop culture, this year’s event features some of the highest-rated content in Halloween Horror Nights history.
“[Universal Orlando] outdid themselves this year. The Walking Dead and Halloween are my top two [houses]. Great work.”-@HorrorNightsORL Twitter Follower