Dark Horizon Orlando Opening Weekend
This past weekend the highly anticipated Dark Horizon opened in Orlando. Brought to us by our friends at Queen Mary's Dark Harbor, this event continues some of the amazing stories of that event and gives them a Florida Flair.
Renee and Tyler were there two nights this past weekend and definitely enjoyed themselves. Let's check it out!!
Written by Renée Girard
Tonight is opening night for Orlando’s brand new haunt, Dark Horizon: Point of No Return. Dark Harbor on the west coast is amazing so I can’t wait to see what they’ve brought here!
The red carpet is set and we’re ready for a night of fun and fear!
The characters are beginning to emerge and we’re seeing some impressive acts.
More creatures are coming out to greet the crowd.
There’s some tasty food to sample too!
So far everyone looks awesomely creepy. Really looking forward to seeing what’s lurking inside the houses.
The cast of Ghost Ship welcomes us aboard.
Bloody Watson and the gang of Murder Island might be the creepiest of all.
Dark Harbor has secret bars, and they’ve brought that tradition to the east coast.
A backpack full of alcohol? Yes please!
We’re going in!
The Vodou House had some cool scares, and I had to crawl through a separate maze to get out!
There is a stage in the middle where different acts perform, like this guy tossing around fire!
I love unique aspects of haunted houses when you get to do something other than simply walk through!
Ghost Ship and Murder Island are the other two houses and they’re both really well done! The secret bar is located inside Ghost Ship, which is a lot of fun when you find it.
Not gonna lie, we had quite a bit to drink, but everything we had was delicious! I think the Poisoned Apple from the Cellar Bar was my favorite. I feel like there was so much to see and do, but we’ll be going back for more Saturday night!
Back for more
Love the secret bar!
Got to see a different stunt show tonight with some aerial performances.
Going down the slide on the Ghostship!
We hit all the houses again! Taking a break at the bars and then time for some more scares.
A look at a map and a view of the event from above. We’ve had such a fun time at Dark Horizon this week and hope that it continues a successful run for the rest of this month!
For more information on Dark Horizon and links to purchase tickets, click here!!
Last night was the opening of one of our favorite events of the Halloween season, Queen Mary's Dark Harbor.
We were on-hand to take in all of the mazes and more at the event. We also were able to get video of most of the mazes and of course, lots of pictures.
Written by Gregg Condon
When we got there it was still a bit light out
Maybe a nap before we head in?
Soon the sun came down and the Captain welcomed us into the event
As we like to do at most of these events, a live-stream of the opening moments.
An overview of the event from the VIP lounge
The event always features some amazing lighting design
We of course took in all of the mazes and video'd most of them (the one for Feast didn't come out as well as we would have liked). But we hope you enjoy these!!
The new maze for 2019, Rogue which replaces the fan-favorite Deadrise. A similar type theme, some really amazing special effects. Wish they would have kept the Deadrise ending though. That fog tunnel was always amazing.
The Iron Master is back. We did notice a few new things this year in the maze, fun as always.
Lullaby had a new path this year and a really creepy scene in the pool. One of the highlights of the event as always.
It took a few years for B340 to hit it's stride, but this is definitely now one of our favorites at Dark Harbor
And last, but certainly never least, Circus is back with some new treats for you all.
We of course had to take in the Slider show
We decided to do a bit of a different perspective on the show this year, we actually really dig out this came out. Hope you will too.
Some more of the amazing props around the event
Best name for a bar ever
They also have some amazing character posters. We tried to get the best angle on these as we could.
We're making plans to return to Dark Harbor 2019 to have even more fun with some of our favorite monsters.
We'll have some more pics and video in the next few days from Scott. So stay tuned!!
Looking for a review or information for a 2019 Halloween event? Well look no further. Below you will find reviews of Halloween events we have attended or are planning on attending and a list of all of the other events (scary and fun) that we've received information for.
We will be updating this as we receive information about additional events.
Below are the dates you will find us at different Halloween Events!! As always, feel free to say hi!! Updates will be posted after these dates as quickly as we can get them done.
Six Flags Magic Mountain Fright Fest - September 14th
Six Flags Magic Mountain Fright Fest - October 4th
Halloween Horror Nights Orlando
More dates to find us at events coming soon!!
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