Under the terms of the agreement, the two companies will create haunted attractions based on the film at three Six Flags theme parks— Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, Calif., Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, N.J. and Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Ill.—during its annual Halloween event, Fright Fest.
Themed areas include:
The Mausoleum, an increasingly narrow hall that forces guests to feel the touch of death;
The Mask Room, a room filled with floating white faces that could come alive when visitors least expect it;
The Doll Room;
and The Torture Chamber, a display of disassembled, dissected and disemboweled bodies.
“Our guests visit Fright Fest to experience the scariest and most haunting attractions in North America. Partnering with CBS Films adds a new, completely immersive in-park experience to our existing lineup and will take this year’s event to a whole new level of fear,” says Stephanie Borges, vice president, strategic marketing & partnerships, North America, Six Flags Corp.
Guests must figure a way out of each scenario, or they will be trapped by “The
Fright Fest will be open to the public Fri-Sun from Sept. 15 – Oct. 31. For more information, visit SixFlags.com.
is set to hit theatres Sept. 28.
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