We were treated to a media preview of Phantom Fright Nights on Wednesday night to see some of the ghouls, and the brand new Friday the 13th 4D theater experience. We were entering the tunnel into the park and the ghouls were already spooking us!
We walked amongst the creatures of the night...
We haven't got the will to try and fight....
And by the way, the Phantom is up and running!
Here is the new 4D Theater. The tame Ice Age: No Time for Nuts 4D experience for the regular season has been replaced with the pretty intense Friday the 13th 4D experience. It is described as "9 Minutes of Terror," and that is definitely a moniker that describes the feeling of being pursued by Jason.
The new 4D theater is pretty cool, with lots of sensory objects to immerse you into the experience.
I can't tell you anything more about the Friday the 13th show, but now we will get a preview into some of the makeup work for the ghouls at Phantom Fright Nights.
Makeup demonstration time!
The park's very knowledgeable makeup director leads a team that often spends tons of time getting the ghouls ready for the event.
The custom latex mask on the axe man is spectacular.
If you like violently intense experiences for Halloween, 4D Friday the 13th is something that you will enjoy.
Brit looks pretty happy for being in the midst of getting attacked by ghouls!
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