Netflix series ‘All of Us Are Dead’ to feature in this year’s Halloween Horror Nights

This will be the second collaboration between Universal Studios Singapore and Netflix, following the Stranger Things theme in 2018.

Chloe Tham

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Published: 21 June 2023, 4:25 PM

This year’s Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) will feature a new scare experience based on Netflix’s hit series All of Us Are Dead.

The 11th Halloween Horror Nights will span across 18 selected nights from Sep 29 to Nov, with early bird tickets going on sale from Jul 17.

Tickets can be purchased from the Resort World Sentosa website.

All of Us Are Dead is a South Korean zombie apocalypse horror television series that was released on Netflix in 2022. The series has since been renewed for a second season.

The series will be brought to life in a HHN haunted house, as visitors follow the students of Hyosan High School and the journey of fighting for their lives after a zombie outbreak occurs in the school.

Iconic scenes from the television series will be recreated, from the horrifying discovery in the medical bay to the nail-biting classroom fight and the harrowing escape from the library.

“The All of Us Are Dead experience marks the world’s first horror attraction inspired by the series and the first time that we are bringing an attraction based on a Korean series to Universal Studios Singapore Halloween Horror Nights,” said Markham Gannon, director of resort experience at Resorts World Sentosa.

“We are thrilled to create this one-of-a-kind horror experience for our guests based on a show beloved by global fans and take them on a journey of both physical and psychological thrill.”

This will be Netflix’s second collaboration with Universal Studios Singapore, following the previous partnership with critically-acclaimed television series Stranger Things in the 2018 run of the popular scare event.

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