Timed To Halloween, Fans of the Classic Horror Franchise Can Experience The Terror In The Flesh Throughout the Month of October
You have played the game! You have seen the movie! Now experience Silent Hill in the flesh! Konami Digital Entertainment Inc. announced that Silent Hill will come alive in an all-new haunted attraction at Jeff Schleffelbein’s Sinister Pointe, a multi-haunted attraction venue in Orange County. The Silent Hill maze is a terrifying labyrinth in which attendees will experience their favorite survival horror franchise in an interactive and frightening remake of this decade-old series. The heart-pounding maze is set inside a vacant movie theater that is over 10,000 square feet of space and guarantees to put attendees up against their worst fears.
For over 15 years, Sinister Point has been known for creating the most terrifying mazes including last year’s terror-filled debut - Saw. The company has worked with some of Hollywood’s biggest names in amusements parks around the country.
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, the latest installment from the Silent Hill franchise, is a terrifying survival horror experience with an all-new soundtrack by acclaimed series composer Akira Yamaoka. Featuring an interactive user interface, improved puzzle system, and a psych profile that changes the experience based on the players’ gameplay choices, Silent Hill: Shattered Memories conveys the most fluid and realistic gameplay of the series to date. Players follow Harry Mason, the maladroit protagonist who is searching for his missing daughter, Cheryl. While Harry wanders the snowy streets of Silent Hill searching for clues of her disappearance, he must face twisted creatures from the depths of his frozen nightmares.
September 25th, 7pm - Special preview open to media and the public
October 2nd - October 31th
Weekdays: 7pm - 10pm
Weekends: 7pm - 12am
Brea Plaza Center
453 S. Associated Rd.
Brea, CA 92886
Telephone: (714) 404-8729
To purchase tickets please go to: http://sinisterpointe.com/.
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