Halloween Horror Nights
Time Out says
Not for the faint-hearted – Universal Studios Singapore's annual scare fare returns for another year of terror. From September 27 right up to All Hallows' Eve (aka Halloween), brace yourself for five haunted houses, two scare zones and two nightmarish shows come dusk.
Pluck up your courage for the Curse of the Naga, an original haunted house created by filmmakers Parkpoom Wongpoom and Gunn Purijitpanya known for Thai horror blockbusters Shutter and 4bia. Decked with an elaborate landscape design, impressive special effects and sinister characters, the labyrinth-filled house takes you from the vibrant streets of Bangkok to a dingy village under the spell of a snake spirit called Naga. Expect plenty of obstacles, blood and gore as you escape her clutches.
Then feel the chill in your spine as you tread carefully in The Chalet Hauntings. Go past the yellow tape and investigate the mysterious disappearance of teens. Prepare to come face-to-face with the terrifying ghouls and ghosts of Southeast Asia including the toyol, hantu galah, pocong, hantu raya and langsuir, a spirit that bears similarities to the pontianak.
And what's Halloween without killer clowns, creepy dolls and a never-before-seen death metal procession of the macabre?