This Halloween season is packed with no shortage of must-attend horror events around the country, including a screening of John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness inside the actual church where the movie was filmed. We’re keeping track of all the fun here on iHorror, and we’ve got a really fun one for ya today.
Brought to our attention by Friday the 13th: The Franchise, Pennsylvania’s Kennywood Park is celebrating their 14th annual Phantom Fright Nights this year, taking over the amusement park on Fridays and Saturdays in October. In addition to the usual festivities, Jason Voorhees will come to life inside the park.
Kennywood recently launched a special 4D theater attraction, an interactive experience that brings beloved films off the screen and into reality, and this October they’re giving the Friday the 13th franchise the treatment. Dubbed Friday the 13th: A Deadly 4D Experience, it sounds like a real treat for us horror fans.
Per the official description for the unique and groundbreaking attraction, Kennywood’s new 4D Theater becomes Crystal Lake, as Jason Voorhees dons his hockey mask for a thrilling 9-minute chase complete with bone-chilling special effects. The new 4D movie is included with price of admission into the park.
Heightened by startling special effects, this 4D event delivers heart-stopping action. Guests will experience a sensory overload of fear as they come face-to-face with the machete-wielding killer. Seat vibrations, water sprays and other alarming horrors are designed to let guests feel like part of the grim action.
To learn more, and purchase tickets, head over to the Kennywood Phantom Fright Nights website.