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    Knott's Berry Farm unveils Halloween Haunt 2012 mazes - latimes.com

    New Knott's mazes for 2012:

    > Trapped -- The VIP maze, a first for Knott's, will allow up to six visitors through at a time, promising an uptick in the frequency and intensity of scares. Pre-sale reservations will be available, with $60 tickets sold online in advance and the price jumping to $75 for walk-ups on the day of the event. At least one member of the party must be 17 or older. Visitors will be issued a specific start time for the maze and access to a VIP waiting area. (Located in the Laser Tag area)

    > Evil Dead -- Based on the 2013 remake of the classic horror movie, the maze takes visitors through the woods to a deserted cabin where a horde of demons unleashed from the "Book of the Dead" await. (Located in the Timber Mountain Log Ride)

    > Dominion of the Dead -- The revamped version of the late 1990s vampire maze returns with visitors entering the shadowy world of the undead. The tour through the twisted museum of irresistible art and music will include three sections: the Gallery of the Damned, the Dark Courtyard and the Inner Sanctum. The off-kilter art and statues will come to life as visitors proceed through the museum. (Located backstage near Ghostrider, replacing Lockdown: The Asylum)

    > Pinocchio Unstrung -- Pinocchio embarks on a wild killing spree after the Blue Fairy denies him his final wish. An army of murderous marionettes seeks the flesh of maze visitors to cover Pinocchio's twisted, wooden body. (Located inside Wilderness Dance Hall, replacing the Doll Factory)

    > Trick-Or-Treat -- The terror-filled maze takes visitors inside a witch's house on Halloween night. For a fee, visitors will get a mask, souvenirs and candy at stations throughout the queue in another first for Knott's. You can tour the maze without paying for the up-charge candy option. (Located backstage near Ghostrider)


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    Universal Studios Hollywood unveils Halloween Horror Nights plans - latimes.com

    The Walking Dead maze will take visitors into a post-apocalyptic wasteland overrun by hordes of zombies. Based on the AMC television show, the maze will send survivors in search of a safe and secure home through an onslaught of vicious, hungry and growling "walkers."

    The Silent Hill maze will be based on the survival horror video game and film franchise set in the fog-shrouded and ash-covered eponymous fictional American town. Treading between reality and the Otherworld, the psychologically terrifying maze will feature characters from the games and movies, including Pyramid Head and the faceless nurses.

    The Alice Cooper maze will draw on elements from the shock rocker's theatrical concerts and feature music from his 1976 concept album, "Alice Cooper Goes to Hell." Returning from last year with an updated storyline, the 3-D maze will feature themes of unending darkness, eternal torment and unimaginable horrors inspired by the album.

    Halloween Horror Nights creative director John Murdy has been sprinkling clues on Twitter about the upcoming Universal Studios Hollywood event, going so far as to create code names for all the mazes.

    A fourth maze, code-named The Smiths, will draw its theme from the song "Suffer Little Children" on the alternative rock band's eponymous debut album.

    The fifth maze, code named Quigley, will be based on a movie tangentially related to Clint Eastwood or Burt Reynolds.

    Murdy's Twitter followers unraveled the clues for the mazes code named Carpenter (Silent Hill), Classic Cowboy (Walking Dead) and Dante (Alice Cooper).

    It remains to be seen if any additional mazes will return from last year, which included The Thing: Assimilation, Eli Roth's Hostel: Hunting Season, Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses, The Wolfman: Curse of Talbot Hall and La Llorona: Village of Lost Souls.

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    Halloween Horror Nights: La Llorona is BACK! | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

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    Did I tell you guys my sister did the radio commercial voice La Llorona last year? I won't post any thing here because she's a private person like me, but she's a Stage Manager at Universal, and someone asked her, you look Latin enough, haha, can you record this?

    Haha. I am so proud of her though.

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    I liked La Llorona last year. I hope they make it a little longer though this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NastiMarvasti View Post
    I liked La Llorona last year. I hope they make it a little longer though this year.
    Yeah, JD and I got pwned quite a few times. Ahhh, good times!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingsqueen View Post
    Yeah, JD and I got pwned quite a few times. Ahhh, good times!

    Yeah, some other fella too...

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    Penn & Teller Invade Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights in Radioactive 3D | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    From the Press Release
    Ladies and gentlemen, consider yourselves warned – for the first time ever, the bad boys of magic, Penn & Teller, are bringing their eccentric and edgy illusionist entertainment to life in an all-new 3D haunted house – “Penn & Teller New(kd) Las Vegas” – at Universal Orlando Resort’s horror-inducing, award-winning Halloween Horror Nights event. Prepare to experience the lights and allure of Las Vegas… with a toxic twist.

    For more than 35 years, Penn & Teller have redefined the magic genre, specializing in gory vaudeville-like tricks, exposing frauds and performing inconceivable stunts live in front of sold-out crowds. And now they’re partnering with the designers at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights to infuse their brand of entertainment in a complete haunted house environment – something they have never done before.

    Best known for their satirical humor, outrageous antics and mind-blowing magic, including their famous “The Magic Bullets” trick (where the duo catch bullets in their teeth), the pair has entertained guests at Las Vegas’ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino for more than 10 years, making their act one of the longest running and most beloved shows in Las Vegas history.

    This fall Penn & Teller invite Halloween Horror Nights guests to step into a dark, dilapidated and radioactive version of “Sin City,” as if one of their magic tricks has gone terribly awry and the city has been covered in nuclear ooze. Concepted by the duo themselves, the maze will feature the best of Vegas – showgirls, slot machines, little white wedding chapel, all-you-can-eat buffet, and more – all glowing with a toxic green hue.

    “Universal Horror Nights can scare the living Elvis out of you, and me & Teller, well, we've been known to take things a bit too far. Now we're working together on showing you what it would be like to live in a post-nuclear explosion Sin City. C'mon by, but remember, you're not playing with children here,” said Penn Jillette, the larger, louder half of the duo.

    “We’ve done more than just tap into the wildly creative minds of Penn & Teller, the most influential illusionists in the world. We’ve been working really closely with them. You are literally going to hear Penn directing you through this toxic wasteland before coming face-to-face with both Penn & Teller in this jarring 3D experience,” said Jim Timon, Senior Vice President of Entertainment at Universal Orlando Resort.

    Penn & Teller have earned an impressive 13 Emmy Award nominations for their long-running Showtime series, “Penn & Teller: BS!” They have also written three New York Times best-sellers and had two successful Broadway show runs. They’ve both also recently appeared on numerous television shows, including “Celebrity Apprentice,” “Dancing With The Stars” and “Top Chef,” and were selected to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2013.

    Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights has a more than 20-year history of creating an incredibly entertaining, horrifying Halloween experience that is consistently rated the nation’s best. The event features highly-themed, disturbingly real haunted houses based on everything from film to nightmares -- and streets filled with hundreds of specially-trained “scareactors.”

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