Horror Nights, which Variety reports drew record crowds last year amid a global economic meltdown, will feature an all-new lineup this season, including a 'Saw' ride, a 30-minute tribute show to 'Rocky Horror,' and attractions inspired by fan faves 'Halloween,' 'My Bloody Valentine,' 'Child's Play,' 'Shaun of the Dead' and Uni's own upcoming werewolf flick 'Wolfman.'
'Saw,' however, is set to be the main attraction when the event's 16-night run kicks off on Oct. 2. The franchise, which will see 'Saw VI' (yep, its sixth installment in as many years) hit theaters on Oct. 23, has been integrated into the Terror Tram Tour and scare zones, and actor Tobin Bell provides the voice of his big-screen alter-ego Jigsaw in the parks' mazes and tours.
No word yet on the specifics of the 'Saw' attraction, but hopefully it does not involve tying patrons up to radiators and leaving them a sharp object with which to lop off their limbs. We just don't see anyone paying for that.