‘Demoncracy’ To Reign Over Universal Studios Singapore #HHN4

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This October,  the fourth installment of Halloween Horror Nights will deliver the most number of event nights, and the most number of haunted houses and scare zones this year since launching in Singapore in 2011. With the Minister of Evil taking office for Halloween Horror Nights 4, evil will be unleashed upon guests with Singapore’s first 3-D horror house experience.

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As the iconic character for Halloween Horror Nights 4, the demonic Minister of Evil will bring with him an uprising and new social order. From city centres to schools and army barracks, demons will be awakened, clowns and fairy tales will turn loony, and urban legends will come alive. Guests will have nowhere to hide as the Minister of Evil unleashes ‘Demoncracy’ upon the park.

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With four haunted houses and four immersive scare zones this year, the Minister of Evil has something sinister for everyone. The haunted houses will be located across New York zone and Lost World zone. Coulrophobia strikes as guests enter the world of a loony killer clown in Jack’s 3- Dementia; bullying in school takes a nasty twist when the victim returns to torment any who walk through the corridors at Jing’s Revenge; soldiers are put through sadistic training at Mati Camp and to top things off, evil aliens designed to extinguish the human race are born in test tubes at The L.A.B (Laboratory of Alien Breeding).

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The L.A.B (Laboratory of Alien Breeding) – Expect aliens, gooey stuff and disgusting lab experiments.

Jing’s Revenge – Try to imagine your old classroom, empty, and dilapilated. While walking through the hallway, you see the blackboard writing on its on. 

Mati Camp – All the horror stories you’ve heard about your army camps are about to come true. This time round, they might eventually get you.

Jack’s 3- Dementia – The first ever 3-D haunted house. Can Halloween Horror Nights get any cooler than this!?

“This year, we wanted to bring the horror factor closer to guests – even emotionally. So we have created fictional worlds for the haunted houses, based on the many stories we have heard while growing up. With more nights, more haunted houses and scare zones, this year’s edition of Halloween Horror Nights is a must see, must experience event” added Ms Teo, who is also the Executive Producer of Halloween Horror Nights 4.

A new show will also be debuting at Pantages Hollywood Theater for the period of Halloween. Jack’s Nightmare Circus will feature aerial acrobats, contortionists and other freaky friends.

The back stories of the haunted houses and details of the scare zones will be unveiled over the next few weeks on the event website at www.halloweenhorrornights.com.sg. Fans will not only gain exclusive sneak peeks into the event experience, but also stand to win horrific prizes on our social media platforms.

Halloween Horror Nights 4 runs for 13 nights over five weekends, from 3 – 5 October, 10 – 11 October, 17 – 18 October, 22 – 25 October, 31 October and 1 November 2014, from 7.30pm to 1.30am each evening. The theme park will close earlier at 6.00pm on event nights.


Early-bird special tickets, priced at S$60 (usual price S$68), will be available from 25 July onwards. To enhance the experience of the event, guests can choose to skip the queues with the premiere R.I.P Tour, escorted by a personal guide. Limited Early-bird R.I.P Tour packages are available at S$158 (usual price S$198), as well. The Frequent Fear Pass will also be making a comeback this year. Frequent Fear Passholders can revisit the event as many times as they like, on 7 of the 13 event nights (3 – 5, 10, 17, 22, 23 October) at a price of S$118.

Advance purchase is strongly recommended and tickets are available from 25 July at www.halloweenhorrornights.com.sg, www.rwsentosa.com, or call +65 6577 8899.

Halloween Horror Nights may be too intense for young children and is not recommended for children below the age of 13. No costumes, masks or face painting is allowed.

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