Get into the spirit of things this Halloween at Universal Studios Singapore. The ever popular Halloween Horror Nights is back, transforming the theme park into a playground of every horror movie trope in existence.
Word of advice: go with a group of friends to make the most of the group discounts available. Also, so you can hide behind them while the ghouls feast on their flesh.
Dead women are even more vengeful than alive ones
"Given that I can watch horror movie trailers and be haunted by my own imagination for nights, it really wouldn’t be a stretch to call me a wuss, so I was expecting to be completely freaked out. But I wasn’t because as committed as the actors were and as eerie as the atmosphere was, it just wasn’t relevant to me.
Until Jing’s House.
Taking place in a school setting, the backstory is this: a student who was an outcast hung herself on its premises, and as you can expect, her ghost returns to seek revenge. I don’t know about you but I was brought up on a diet of school urban legends and Asian horror movies, so this was my kryptonite. And it didn’t disappoint. Pale-faced girls stalked the corridors, the setting of an old abandoned school (down to its toilet) was right on, and every corner brought on a new old fear.
Who knew relevance could cause this much terror? Thanks for transporting me back in time to a scenario I never thought I would experience in real life. But I really hope this is the extent of it."
- Elissa Loi