Live shows, multi-sensory dining experience: A guide to Halloween Horror Nights 11
This edition of Halloween Horror Nights will also feature five haunted houses and three scare zones on top of two live shows and a multi-sensory dining experience.
Creepin’ it real, Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) is back in full force for its 11th year. From Sep 29 to Nov 4, there is an impressive array in this year’s lineup – with five haunted houses, three scare zones and two live shows.
For the first time ever, two of the haunted houses are based on world-famous intellectual properties, The Weeknd: After Hours Til Dawn Nightmare and Netflix’s All Of Us Are Dead.
HHN 11 will run for 18 event nights, where ten are peak nights and eight are non-peak nights.
Inspired by albums After Hours and Dawn FM, The Weeknd: After Hours Til Dawn Nightmare will transport visitors straight into The Weeknd’s music videos. Expanding on Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood’s edition of the house, look out for The Weeknd himself while exploring five all-new rooms of his night club.
Based on the hit Korean zombie drama series, Netflix’s All Of Us Are Dead fans will get to walk among the student zombies roaming the halls of Hyosan High. Be warned, as these zombies will come from every direction, eager for more to join the undead.
Rebirth of the Matriarch is the sequel house to Vengeance of the Matriarch, from the very first edition of Universal Studios Singapore HHN. HHN veterans who knew her in her former glory can now witness the terrifying ritual of The Matriarch’s resurrection.
DIYU: Descent into Hell is on a whole other level(s) of scary. Tapping into all the senses, journey through the different levels of hell and face King Yama’s judgement. Visitors are advised to walk slowly through this house to get the full experience.
There is no happy ending at Grimm Encounters. Be wary of the human-sized rats and escape the sinister tunes of Pied Piper, whose twisted tunes have corrupted everyone’s favourite fairy tales. Will visitors be able to live and tell the tale?
Horror simply cannot be contained in these houses as scare actors roam the grounds of the park.
At Dead Man’s Wharf, visitors will come face-to-face with the legendary Madame Dragon and her crew. Mutated pirates lurk in every corner of the black market and dingy harbour, and men beware as Madame Dragon has a preference of keeping men as slaves.
The Hacker is unavoidable as it serves as the only path to Netflix’s All Of Us Are Dead haunted house. Soldiers and desperate souls wander around this terrifying cyber-hellscape, warning visitors to not go any further.
A bride must be sacrificed every 11 years, making this year at The Cursed Kiramam very dangerous. This cursed village exists in a state of perpetual torment, where villagers try to escape their impending doom.
Live shows and other activities
This year’s Judgement Day Opening Scaremony is simply “fire” – as fire effects return to the show after years of absence. Visitors are encouraged to attend the 7.30pm show if they wish to witness a poor soul’s attempt to flee his final judgement amid flame and fury.
The Hacker: Game Over gives us a terrifying look into a not-so-distant future as a destructive A.I. being invades and corrupts the games of her victims. This show is tied to The Hacker.
Die–ning in Hell is a multi-sensory dining experience for those with the stomach for horror. Diners will be entertained by King Yama’s dreadful demons, all while served over a three-course meal. The dining experience will cost up to an additional $148.
Tickets cost S$89 for peak nights and S$79 for non-peak nights per person. More information on the ticketing details and event’s rundown can be found on its website.