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Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor Unleashes Frightful Fun All Season Long Through Nov. 2

Alex Bernal

  Star of hit film    Lights Out    Gabriel Bateman poses with sister and star of    Annabelle,    Talitha Bateman    with Dark Harbor’s Iconic Captain on Friday, September 28, 2018

Star of hit film Lights Out Gabriel Bateman poses with sister and star of Annabelle, Talitha Bateman

with Dark Harbor’s Iconic Captain on Friday, September 28, 2018

The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor is now running through November 2, 2018 and will haveing several events happening on it’s last days.

On Halloween night, October 31, Dark Harbor will celebrate with its Annual Costume Contest. Then, on November 1 the authentic haunt will welcome the Dia De Los Muertos celebration where the cast of monsters will be decorated in their skull candy best. For both celebrations, Halloween revelers and fear junkies are invited to don their best costumes, mingle with monsters, and sip on the to-die-for new specialty cocktails for a frightful fete like no other.”

We have attended Dia De Los Muertos in the past and is so much fun to see scare actors in Dia De Los Muertos make up! Make sure to visit https://www.queenmary.com/calendar-of-events/dark-harbor/home/ Full press release is below!

“The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor opened its gates on Thursday, September 27 unveiling a spectacle of newly reimagined, terrifying attractions with more monsters and scares than ever before. Thousands of wicked thrill seekers joined the cast of sinister spirits for the haunt’s darkest season yet. The blood curdling terror of Dark Harbor will continue with nightly themed entertainment and terrifying special events on select nights through Friday, November 2.

Offering bone-chilling entertainment and special events throughout the frightful season, Dark Harbor’s gruesome and bloodcurdling spirits have descended upon the legendary Queen Mary for 23 nights. The
Aerial stage holds nightly spine-tingling performances by world-renown contortionists and silk aerialists, with spell-binding sideshows, DJs and more. Nightly shows on the Pyre stage welcome the Queen Mary spirits showing off their hair-raising talents with fire breathing, circus performances, monster dance parties, live music, and more.

Opening weekend welcomed thousands of guests each night including some of Hollywood’s hottest celebrities, ready to test their fears at Dark Harbor’s darkest season yet. Star of AMC’s The Walking Dead, Brighton Sharbino, joined thrill seekers on opening night along with Nickelodeon's Bella and The Bulldog star Brec Bassinger and boyfriend, Dylan Summerall (Keys). Lights out star, Gabriel Bateman accompanied sister Talitha Bateman (Annabelle), through the depths uncovering frights along the way, including Dark Harbor’s iconic Captain. Scout Compton (Rosewood, Halloween I & II), Thomas Barbusca (FOX’s The Mick), Jessica Garza (Syfy’s The Purge), Loren Gray (Virgin Records Recording Artist), and Jessica Belkin (American Horror Story) also braved the spine-chilling mazes to experience the frightful fun at Dark Harbor this season.

Those daring enough have the opportunity to stumble upon the demented delights brewing within Dark Harbor. Make a stop at the Gallow’s Healing Well and mingle with monsters in hopes of gaining hints and access to
The SideBar, Door 13, The Line Up, and The Broken Compass to experience the strongest spirits at Dark Harbor. Need more bone-chilling frights? Venture into the frigid depths of the Ice Cave for an electrifying 9-degree ice bar experience with vodka flights, hidden surprises, and upgraded thrills.

On
Halloween night, October 31, Dark Harbor will celebrate with its Annual Costume Contest. Then, on November 1 the authentic haunt will welcome the Dia De Los Muertos celebration where the cast of monsters will be decorated in their skull candy best. For both celebrations, Halloween revelers and fear junkies are invited to don their best costumes, mingle with monsters, and sip on the to-die-for new specialty cocktails for a frightful fete like no other.

Experience iconic Dark Harbor mazes including Deadrise, B340, Lullaby, Feast, Intrepid and Circus, each completely reimaged with all-new maze designs and alternative paths. Dark Harbor has resurrected the infamous spirits of The Captain, Half Hatch Henry, Scary Mary, Graceful Gail, Iron Master, VooDoo Priestess, Chef, Samuel the Savage, The Ringmaster and hundreds of bloodcurdling spirits who are ready to scare those who dare.

Thrill seekers and haunt enthusiasts are invited to experience Dark Harbor like never before, introducing a wickedly exclusive VIP experience, Dark Hour – Behind the Screams! On select nights, brave fans are invited to mingle with the signature monsters and producers of Dark Harbor while indulging in devilishly delicious hors d'oeuvres and spellbinding specialty cocktails. Following the VIP cocktail hour, a private escort will lead guests to private early access to the park before the gates are opened to the public. This haunting new experience is only offered on select nights, October 18 and 25, from 5:30 - 6:30 pm. Tickets start at $179 and include event parking and hors d'oeuvres.

Named one of the top 10 most haunted places on Earth by Time Magazine, The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor offers the most authentically frightening experience available. Bringing the true infamous tales of The Queen Mary to life, the annual event continues through November 2, 2018. General admission ticket prices start at just $20 online, with Fast Fright, Evil Express, VIP, Ultimate Scream, and lodging packages available. For more information or to purchase tickets online, visit
www.queenmary.com/dark-harbor.”

HORROR MADE HERE: A FESTIVAL OF FRIGHTS REVIEW 2018

Alex Bernal

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 Horror Made Here: Overview- Warner Brothers Horror Made Here: A Festival of Frights is back again this year and it’s bigger and scarier than ever! This year’s line-up includes “IT, ARKHAM, THE CONJURING UNIVERSE, THE EXORCIST FORBIDDEN SCREENING and Nightmare on Camp Crystal Lake” there is also a Behind the Screams where you can see a special exhibit of Tim Burton and see authentic props and costumes. This year’s event has a lot to offer for those who love horror movies.

IT Maze Review- The front facade for this maze is the Neibolt House but the entrance is behind the Neibolt House and into another house. This maze is really detailed with plenty of things from the movie. The maze quickly throws you into the world of the Pennywise the clown as he terrifies his victims. If you have a fear clowns then I got some bad news for you, this maze has a great deal of clowns and they tend to come out of dark corners and even scared me. This maze is fun, and has a beautiful ending, one could say its breathtaking. This is one of my favorite mazes of the event and I can’t wait to see what they have planned in the future.

Arkham Maze Review- If you’re a huge fan of Batman then you know what the Arkham maze is about but for those who do not know it’s where all Batman’s Villains go after he captures them. When you enter the maze, you are greeted by Harley Quinn who takes you to the next room. Then you see the Joker, who has taken over. He sits on a high podium and is dressed as a judge. The joker infomrs the crowd that everyone is guilty and is sentenced to Arkham were all the villains are loose. You will see many noticeable villains like Poison Ivy, Two-Face and the Riddler. This idea translates into a brilliant maze and Warner Brothers made sure to include a lot of details across the maze. I highly recommend going into this maze and if you’re a Batman fan I may say no more.

THE CONJURING UNIVERSE Maze Review- This is a unique maze walkthrough because groups of people are taken to the maze one at a time. This can make for a terrifying maze because you will see supernatural things happening around the Warren house. For example, you will hear steps above you and think its fake but it’s not, if you happen to look up at the ceiling near the stairs in the first room you enter you will see the Nun looking back at you, which sent a thrill through our spines. The maze starts off at the Warren house were the Annabelle doll has gone missing and now the spirits are free and haunting the house. I would say do this maze first because it tends to have the longest wait times.

Nightmare On Camp Crystal Lake Review- In order to get Camp Crystal Lake you must board a small tram. Once you arrive you see Jason standing near the lake. Then you will see Freddy near a house that has a house projected with fire. After that you will enter a camp where the Camp Crystal counselors are being haunted by Jason and Freddy. The atmosphere of this attraction was great, and i did feel like a camper. I wish it would have been a longer experience, but overall the slasher fan in me was pleased.

Horror Made Here Review- This was our first time attending HORROR MADE HERE: A FESTIVAL OF FRIGHTS and we would like to thank Warner Brothers for inviting us to this year’s event. There is a lot to do and many more things to see. It was so much fun to be on the backlot of so many famous properties, and we had a blast in the exhibits (a nice rest from the monsters). The event was different than our usual haunts we’ve visited, but we loved the interactions with the characters and amazing sets designs. This attraction is definitely worth a visit this Halloween. Make sure to visit their website for tickets! https://www.wbstudiotour.com/horror-made-here