Fright Night in the Park
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Special effects experts from various countries come to the city to create the most frightening atmosphere. When night falls, visitors are met by the legendary Jack the Clown, a terrifying figure who warns families of the carnival of emotions and scares they are entering. Horror-flick fans will feel like they are part of a movie as the streets fill with hordes of undead and mutants making their way through coffins and blood trails… Don’t be surprised if you bump into Chocky or turn a corner into the steely glare of a werewolf. It’s Halloween and everything goes! Keep your eyes wide open for maniacs with bloody chainsaws or other bone-chilling film characters like Freddy Krueger (Nightmare on Elm Street), Jason Voorhees (Friday the 13th), and Leatherface (Texas Chainsaw Massacre).
There are nine haunted houses in all, each with its own creepy inhabitants, and five scare zones where mutants, crazies, zombies and sundry monsters pop up out of nowhere. In addition, you’ll see blood-curdling live shows and any number of other attractions. Just remember, guests are not allowed to wear masks or costumes. Check the health and age restrictions and safety requirements posted at each attraction. And make sure you get there in good time; the nightmarish event starts at 17:00 and Halloween Horror Nights are increasingly more popular.
Nervous laughter and chilling screams fill the air at this film-themed park where anything can happen. At least, during Halloween Horror Nights.