• Slaughter Sinema original haunted house announced for Halloween Horror Nights 2018

    By: Shelley Caran


    ORLANDO, Fla. - Get ready, because twisted minds at Universal Orlando’s Creative Team are going to transport guests to a decrepit drive-in movie theater where guests will jump through the screens of original storylines filled with monsters and nightmares from the 1980s B-movies. 

    The frights begin as you approach the entrance to Slaughter Sinema, because before you begin your feature presentation you’ll see movie trailers of what you’re about to witness, filling you with dread as you make your way inside. 

    The smell of popcorn will be first to hit your senses as you find yourself in a movie theater snack bar, but from there it’s all downhill for this double-feature.

    It’s showtime! As you venture through the original haunted house, you will come face-to-face with vicious creatures with a deadly bite in Midnight Snacks 2: The House Swarming, bloodthirsty alien cannibals on the hunt for fresh meat in Amazon Cannibals from Planet Hell and more.

    Werewolf bikers, a bloody and gut-strewn pumpkin patch, deadly barbers, alien cannibals, creatures with tons of teeth, and a ravenous swamp yeti. Slaughter Sinema has them and more.

    For 34 select nights from September 14 – November 3, 10 disturbingly-real haunted houses based on the most terrifying names in pop culture – including Netflix’s sci-fi thriller “Stranger Things” and Legendary Pictures’ Halloween classic “Trick ‘r Treat” –, five sinister scare zones, and a powerhouse show.

    Tickets are on sale now for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights, and guests can save up to $52 on a Halloween Horror Nights single night ticket when booking online, maximize their visit with the Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass, which grants them shorter wait times at all haunted houses and participating attractions, and more. 

    There are also Florida resident vacation packages available that include accommodations at the all-new Universal’s Aventura Hotel – opening this August – one-night admission to Halloween Horror Nights, tickets to Universal Orlando’s three theme parks, and more.

    For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.HalloweenHorrorNights.com.

    More details about this year’s event will be revealed soon, so make sure to follow icFlorida on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

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