“Saw” will return to Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights this fall as an all-new original maze dubbed “SAW: The Games of Jigsaw.”
The successful film franchise from Lionsgate, which has been scaring audiences since 2004, features victims that have fallen into traps that test their will to survive set up by “Saw” villain Jigsaw. Each trap, or game, often includes an elaborate system that puts the victim through intense physical or psychological torture and begins with a videotape or audio recording of Jigsaw asking, “Do you want to play a game?” and ends with “Live or die … make your choice.”
The Halloween Horror Nights walk-through attraction will feature a collection of traps from past films as well as a few from the eighth installment of the franchise, “Jigsaw,” which hits theaters Friday, Oct. 27.
“’Saw’ is one of the top-grossing horror film franchises, and we’re thrilled that the fan-favorite is making its return to Halloween Horror Nights,” said John Murdy, creative director at Universal Studios Hollywood and executive producer of Halloween Horror Nights. “‘SAW: The Games of Jigsaw’ will encompass the greatest collection of traps featured in all eight ‘Saw’ movies to bring to life the most twisted ‘Saw’ maze ever produced, and we can’t wait for our fans to relive moments from the films.”
So far, Halloween Horror Nights has announced attractions based on the Starz television series “Ash vs Evil Dead,” Stanley Kubrick’s psychological thriller “The Shining” and FX’s “American Horror Story: Roanoke” series, and of course fans can also roam the permanent walk-through attraction based on AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” Award-winning hip-hop dance crew The Jabbawockeez will also return this year with an all-new, high-energy show created specifically for Halloween Horror Nights.
Halloween Horror Nights kicks off Friday, Sept. 15, and runs on select nights through Saturday, Nov. 4. General admission tickets, $65-$95; after 2 p.m. Day/Night Combo tickets, $95-$139 and $199-$259 with Front-of-Line pass; Frequent Fear passes $159; Front-of-Line tickets, $169-$219; and R.I.P. Tour, $269-$319. It’s highly recommended that tickets be purchased in advance because they will sell out fast.
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