October 8, 2013; Hauppauge, NY – New this Halloween season on Long Island is Chamber of Horrors New York’s Trilogy of Fear, a one-of-a-kind-live horror show equipped with live actors and “in your face” interactions for the adventurous. The attraction opened in Hauppauge Friday, October 4th and is running every weekend through Saturday, November 2nd. Opening the gateway to “chaos” on Fridays and Saturdays from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., and on Sundays until 10 p.m. Located inside Matt Guiliano’s Play Like A Pro, at 1745 Express Drive North in Hauppauge, brave attendees explore three horror attractions including: “Miss Fortune’s Maniac Manor,” “The Maze of Mayhem” and the classic “Chamber of Horrors” for the price of one single ticket. Guests make their way through 10,000 square feet of pure terror and survive meeting Miss Fortune and her gang of marauding undead creatures and psychopaths.
“Our goal this year was to be more extreme than we have ever been. New location, new theme, we wanted an all-out assault on the senses but at an affordable price and we think we nailed it,” said Marty Arominski, Owner of Chamber of Horrors New York. “We’re frequently asked, ‘how long does it take to go through all three attractions?’ Our answer is always ‘That depends on how fast you run.’”
On November 1st and 2nd Chamber of Horrors New York kills the light with a special event, “Dead of Night”, a unique ambient horror experience for adults age 18 and older where guests must come in groups of four, are then separated, are forced to form alliances with strangers, with only one light source to make it through. “This is more about you and how you can function in a terrible situation,” said PH Adoreart, Curator of Dead of Night. “Your friends are gone, you’re alone emotionally but not physically, and you have to deal with consequences of how you and your allies react to what’s around. It is certainly more cerebral and intense than anything this haunt has done before, but this is the evolution of fear and haunting.”
Tickets start at $20 per guest for entering all three attractions, plus access to onsite Halloween art gallery and screenings of locally created independent horror films.