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Fans of Insidious: Chapter 2 will soon be able to take their scares to another level. Hollywood's Universal Studios is creating a creepy maze based on the terrifying Insidious horror series.

This will not be the first time that the legendary movie theme park has honored horror duo and . Their inventive horror Saw was turned into a freaky feature in 2009. Saw: Game Over was, of course, the scariest maze in Universal's 2009 Halloween celebrations. Just look at how scared these girls were!

'Insidious: Into the Further' will be the name of the new maze, which will take inspiration from both Insidious and Insidious: Chapter 2. Directors Wan and Whannell will help create the attraction, which will be part of Universal's yearly Halloween Horror Nights festivities. The Insidious maze threatens:

A nightmare journey [through] the world of the dead to confront the malicious souls hell-bent on bringing suffering to the living.The experience will begin outside the maze, as paranormal investigators Tucker and Specs warn guests of the evil inside.

Here is a little teaser hinting at what might happen in the maze, featuring Insidious: Chapter 2 producer .


So far, so terrifying, but Blum is being coy about the specifics of the Insidious maze. James Wan has confirmed a few more details:

The Lipstick Demon, The Long-Haired Fiend and the victims he murdered – they all come together in a perfect storm within the maze. In fact, I think this maze is the closest you can come to experiencing the kind of fear portrayed in our films without actually living through it yourself.

This sounds awesome! I really want to go! The maze will open on September 20, a week after the premiere of Insidious: Chapter 2. Universal are also creating mazes to emulate AMC's The Walking Dead, and the recent gore-spattered remake, Evil Dead. Here is the official site for Insidious: Into the Further, in case you need more scares.



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