Variant 31, London’s new live-action horror gaming experience, is getting even scarier for Halloween weekend with a new Blackout variation being offered now through November 2.[Read more…]
Artegon Marketplace on International Drive has unveiled enhancements, new tenants and expansion plans for the year-old marketplace. [Read more…]
Howl-O-Scream 2014 at Busch Gardens Tampa will put guests closer to the action than ever with Zombie Containment Unit 15. [Read more…]
The DoubleTree at Universal will be home to the annual Spooky Empire’s horror convention this weekend, Oct. 25-27, 2013. [Read more…]
From terrified runners to flesh-eating zombies, this was no ordinary foot race. The “Run For Your Lives 5K” was held in Orlando this past weekend. [Read more…]
The second haunted house for Halloween Horror Nights 22 has been announced. For the first time ever, the living dead from the hit AMC television series, The Walking Dead , will invade Halloween Horror Nights on both coasts. [Read more…]
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay has been teasing a zombie theme for a few months, and now it’s been made official. The theme for Howl-O-Scream 2011 will be The Dark Side of the Gardens: Zombies live here. [Read more…]
Article by Jimmy Strater
Last Saturday night Universal Orlando hosted their annual Halloween Horror Nights Media Boo Camp. What is Boo Camp? They take folks from the media and make them into scaractors. No that is not a typo. A scaractor is just that, a scare actor. Being a video producer for Orlando Attractions Magazine is super cool and a lot of fun, but I jumped at the chance to get out from behind the camera and into the unbelievably huge show that is Halloween Horror Nights. Here’s how my night went. [Read more…]
Zombies invaded Orlando today – International Drive to be exact. Today’s Zombie Walk and Thriller Dance kicked off Spooky Empire’s “Ultimate Horror Weekend.” The event runs through Sunday, Oct. 11 at the Wyndam Orlando Resort. The zombie walk and opening ceremonies were put on by the Deadite Empire.
If you missed the walk, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered with the photos below and some upcoming videos. Plus there’s still time to see the next two days of movie screenings, exhibitors and lots of big and not-so-big name celebrities. For more information visit Spooky Empire’s Web site.
Here are some featured photos from the event. Scroll all the way to the bottom to see all 100 in our Photo Gallery.
Zombies in Love.
Before the walk began, Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” was performed a couple of times, once for Director John Landis. He directed Michael Jackson’s original “Thriller” video.
Landis snaps a picture of the zombies in action.
After the dance, Landis took some pictures with the performers. Here he points to one of the original dancers from Michael Jackson’s video.
Next up was the actual walk. Passing cars were cautious of the invading hoard.
I think the parents in this passing car had some explaining to do.
Some drivers weren’t so lucky as they tried to get through.
After the walk, the Horror Weekend began. One of the biggest attending stars this weekend is Shannen Doherty. [Read more…]