silent-hill-universal-studios 19 Jul

Universal Studios and Konami have announced a partnership that will bring a Halloween attraction based of the survival horror franchise Silent Hill for both its US locations. Halloween Horror Nights at both Orlando and Los Angeles will include a maze featuring famed creatures from the franchise like the Nurse and Pyramid Head.

“Creating a realistic three-dimensional world based on the disturbing Silent Hill video games and films elevates Halloween Horror Nights to the next generation of twisted entertainment,” John Murdy, Universal Studios Hollywood creative director said in the announcement. “Its incredibly imaginative and highly unsettling characters and environments make it the ideal fit for our event where the property can continue its reign of terror and fully immerse guests in its psychological horror.”

Tying in more with the October 26th release of the new film based on the series – Silent Hill: Revelations 3D – the maze will nevertheless mark the first time an attraction with ties to a video game will be featured in the annual themed event.

(via MCV)

One thought on “‘Silent Hill’ Coming to Universal Studios”

  1. Very cool stuff, Silent Hill is one of the creepiest settings in video games, only Amnesia, the first Resident Evil and Forbidden Siren are as creepy as it in my opinion, maybe Universal Studios could make a miniture version of the Resident Evil Mansion aswell.

    I haven’t been to Orlando since I went with my family a long time ago, it was such a nice place and I’d love to go again, very expensive though.

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