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HELL Horror Fest NZ 2017

HELL Horror Fest NZ 2017

"If this one doesn't scare you, you're already dead!" Phantasm (1979)

Life gets boring, admit it… so get your heart pumping and scream with the freaks, the ghoulish, the damned and the gruesome at the HELL Horror Fest NZ 2017. You’re in for a hideous treat!

This is your chance to be part of a good old Americano ‘Drive in Movie’ horror scene. Huddle up on a bench seat with your lover or friends, tune in your car radio and enjoy classic movies like Nightmare on Elm Street, freshly released Jigsaw (screening on opening night), Annabelle’s Creation, IT 2017, Happy Death Day and some premieres of local scares.

Get lost in the haunted 3D Maze, custom created and filled with over 30 actors, hiding within the interactive Movie Sets. With BODY FX on board, all your darkest nightmares will follow you in the flesh! This is not for the fainthearted, so choose wisely …

Should you need a delicious bite, call on HELL Pizza and get your fuel delivered by a team of HELL-raising Zombies for a special event price.

For a date night to remember or something you and your mates will talk about for literally years to come, grab your tickets now and have a bloody good time. We could tell you more, but where’s the thrill in that?

The festival runs for 5 days from the 31st of October until the 4th of November. This event is strictly R18 and limited to 300 double passes.

Creative Director Julian Bartram says “we don’t want to give too much away but be prepared to crawl under beds and climb through broken down cars if you want to survive. “

It’s your key to a Haunted House on your doorstep and Nightmare on Elm Street in 4D.

For more details go to the event page – or the ticket site.

Or check out the latest promo video -

here


EVENT INFO

ASB Showgrounds, 217 Greenlane Road West, Greenlane,

Opening hours:

o Horror maze – 6.00pm – 8.00pm

o Movie start – 8.30pm

Movie schedule:

o Tuesday 31 October – Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

o Wednesday 1 November – Happy Death Day (2017)

o Thursday 2 November – Jigsaw (2017)

o Friday 3 November – Annabel: Creation (2017)

o Saturday 4 November – It (2017)

Ticket options:

o $100 – 1 x vehicle + 2 x Adults (R18) – one night

o $500 – 1 x vehicle + 4 Adults (R18) – all five nights

o $30 – additional Adult (R18) – one night

o Strictly limited to 300 double passes per night


ENDS


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