Halloween Horror Nights 9 kicks off Sept. 27 at Universal Studios Singapore
Singapore’s largest scare event “Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights” returns for its ninth edition. Featuring new scares over 16 event nights, guests can experience five haunted houses, two
scare zones and two shows from September 27th through October 31st, 2019.
“Taking center stage this year is Curse of the Naga, an original haunted house from the directors of
blockbuster Thai horror films Shutter and 4bia. Fans of Asian horror can investigate the mysterious
disappearances of teenagers and expect spine-chilling encounters with their darkest fears – from the
Langsuir to the Toyol – in The Chalet Hauntings which will feature the most extensive collection of
Southeast Asian ghosts in a single house.”
“This year’s event will bring to life three of the most common phobias of all time: clowns, dolls, and
confined spaces. Join the circus of clowns as they wreak havoc and train the next generation of red-nosed
killers at Twisted Clown University or step into Spirit Dolls, an abandoned village where the only
inhabitants are silent dolls watching everyone’s movement. Those who dare can also maneuver through
a dark, cramped and grimy prison in Hell Block 9, in the company of prisoners screaming in agony and fear
as merciless wardens torture them and leave them for dead, guilty or otherwise.”
There are two scare zones at this year’s event.
“Enter Dead End, the realm of the Undertaker and alternate dimension that lies between the land of the living and the domain of the dead. Watch as mourners practice macabre and bizarre funeral rites.”
“Wander the fray of insane fans as they scream along to their favorite band at Death Fest, the most hardcore music festival of 2019! Stay alert and keep your wits about you while navigating the mosh pits to escape this army of devoted metalheads and savages.”
There are also two new shows coming to HHN 9 this year.
“Those looking for a respite from the scares can head to Pantages Hollywood Theater where hosts Skin & Bones will present a repertoire of offbeat entertainment, quirky cast, along with terrifyingly funny acts in their live show.”
“For a head-banging frenzy, join the mass of metal heads in Death Fest and rock out to the
savage sounds of the Death Trap band. On peak nights, Death Trap will lead a morbid metal procession
around the park with specially designed floats, electrifying acts, and culminating in a hardcore music
festival bursting with some of the most visually stunning pyrotechnics.”
For more information and to purchase tickets to Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Singapore click here.