6 items from 2013
Apparently traumatizing her writer Amy Rhodes and executive producer Andy Lassner with a trip through "The Walking Dead" Universal Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights maze wasn't enough for Ellen DeGeneres. As a follow-up to that haunted adventure, "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" host decided to send her employees to preview another Halloween haunted area.
This time she sent Lassner and Rhodes to Queen Mary's Dark Harbor to walk through the Circus Maze, and their responses were even better than for "The Walking Dead." From Rhodes screaming, "We're being attacked by mimes!" to Lassner running as fast as he could back through the maze to get away from actors dressed to terrify them, it's clear that this maze showed them what fear really is.
DeGeneres, of course, couldn't have been more pleased by the whole endeavor. Hopefully she was the one who requested the Queen Mary scare actors terrorize her employees more than they usually do to guests, »
There are three things that you need to remember after reading this interview with Chloë Grace Moretz: she spends way too much money on lederhosen, she loves her gay-friendly Russian fans, and she wants to star in a movie about a morbidly obese comic-book character whose super-power is sitting on people.
Prior to our knowing that last bit of information, we unwittingly put ourselves in harm's way by sitting down with Moretz to discuss (among other things) her new movie, Kimberly Peirce's modern retelling of the Stephen King classic "Carrie," in which she plays the titular telekinetic teen who goes on a bloody, vengeful rampage. Since she's clearly a fan of Twitter, we decided to let her fans ask most of the questions, in 140 characters or less, naturally.
First, we had to let Moretz in on our plan while noting the surprising number of questions that came from »
- Tim Hayne
One of the best things about this time of year is Halloween attractions. Whether it be Universal's Hollywood Horror Nights or your favorite local haunt, it's always a great time. The Queen Mary's Dark Harbor is one of the best, and we have the scoop on their opening night!
Dark Harbor runs on select dates from now until November 2. For tickets and more visit the official Queen Mary's Dark Harbor website, "like" The Queen Mary on Facebook and follow The Queen Mary on Twitter (@TheQueenMary).
From the Opening Night Press Release
On Thursday, October 3, The Queen Mary unleashed a myriad of frightening beasts, ghosts and circus freaks for the annual Dark Harbor event. The first night of the scare fest attracted thousands of attendees and set the tone for 16 additional Dark Harbor dates. As night fell, the interior and exterior of the ship bustled with spirit characters that included the elusive Scary Mary, »
- Scott Hallam
It's that wondrous time of the year again, kids, and all over the place the country's biggest and craziest cities are hosting all sorts of haunted attractions to spook the living hell out of you. Need to know which you should be digging on? Then read on!
Here at Dread Central we are connoisseurs of such scary spots, and we've hit just about all of the major ones in several places throughout the United States and have come back with tons of pictures, reviews, and so much more.
Wondering if you should pass up Halloween Horror Nights in favor of Knott's Scary Farm? Should you say to hell with both and hop a plane to Vegas for the Fright Dome? Or better yet... do you think you have the balls to make it through L.A.'s interactive play Delusion? Click on the links below and get to exploring online »
- Uncle Creepy
Out of all Southern California’s haunts, Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor has stepped up in recent years to give the big league theme parks a run for their money. While it’s more self-contained than parks like Universal or Knott’s...
...the novelty of celebrating October in one of the world’s most haunted locations is too good to pass up.
This year Dark Harbor has a carnival theme with various sideshow freaks haunting the park. Deep-fried Twinkies and Oreos are on the menu while musical acts play out next to the food court, where bursts of fire light up the night sky. Brave souls can even climb up a large scaffolding and ride a zip line from one end of the park to the other.
Bordering the edges of the attraction are a total six mazes:
“Containment,” “Hellfire,” and “Submerged” are the park’s classic mazes that wind »
The legendary Queen Mary welcomes the return of a frightfully fun Halloween tradition with the annual Dark Harbor event which will take place on October 3rd through November 2nd, 2013. Seventeen haunted evenings guests will encounter the deadliest show on earth featuring a brand new horrific circus of spectacles, freaks and sideshows encouraged by some of the ships most famous haunted spirits and tales. See the cool video below as well as all o… »
6 items from 2013
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