This Halloween might just be the best one yet.
Netflix’s global hit series All of Us Are Dead (2022) will be coming to Universal Studios Singapore for the first time ever for Halloween Horror Nights.
It is an annual affair during the Halloween season, where the theme park transforms into various scare zones and haunted houses after closing.
This year’s Halloween Horror Nights will see a haunted house designed after the 12-part series. And it is “designed to take fans along the students’ perilous journey as they fight for their lives,” said a press statement.
The iconic Hyosan high school, the source of the zombie outbreak in the fictional series, will also be recreated.
Fortunately, it seems that the recreation will not be a haphazard one.
Set designers will bring iconic scenes to life – from the horrifying discovery in the medical bay to the nail-biting classroom fight and the harrowing escape from the library.
The zombie apocalypse series previously starred Park Ji-hu, Yoon Chan-young, Cho Yi-hyun, Lomon, Yoo In-soo and more.
This upcoming collaboration will “mark the world’s first horror attraction inspired by the series”, said Markham Gannon, Director of Resort Experience at Resorts World Sentosa.
It is also “the first time that we are bringing an attraction based on a Korean series to Universal Studios Singapore Halloween Horror Nights,” he added.
The theme park previously teamed up with Netflix’s Stranger Things back in 2018.
This year marks the 11th edition of Halloween Horror Nights. It will span across 18 event nights on select nights from 29 Sep to 4 Nov. Early bird tickets will go on sale from 17 Jul here.