We’re days away from opening night of Halloween Horror Nights 2018. I bet you’re craving for a sneak peek inside one of the haunted houses right about now. Look no further – below is a teaser trailer for what I’m sure will become a fan-favorite this year: Slaughter Sinema.
In this haunted house, you’ll become a part of different 80s B-movies at the local drive-in. Like any drive-in, the first stop is the snack bar—but this one will leave you filled with dread as you make your way in. Movie posters will greet you before each film, giving you a glimpse of the horrors that await.
You’ll encounter all kinds of strange and terrifying creatures like biker werewolves, ravenous swamp yetis, deadly barbers and a few that you have to see to believe.
In Pumpkin Guts, you’ll discover more than the gooey entrails of pumpkins waiting for you. Amazon Cannibals from Planet Hell takes you to a distant planet where you’re the main course on the menu. And Cult of the Beast Baby…I’ll leave that one to your imagination.
Soon the gates of Halloween Horror Nights will open, inviting you to face your fears with more haunted houses than ever, scare zones packed with menacing creatures, and a killer show by the powerhouse dance troupe Academy of Villains. Click here to learn more about this year’s event.
You’re not going to want to miss out on the screams. Choose an upcoming event night, or come back multiple nights from Sept. 14 – Nov. 3 and grab your tickets now.
WARNING: Event may be too intense for young children and is not recommended for children under the age of 13. No costumes or masks allowed.
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