Haunted attractions are catching up to what the most high-minded horror directors have known for years: There's nothing spookier than intergenerational family trauma.
With that in mind, Halloween Horror Nights just revealed one of their houses for this year's event. The haunt will be based around the Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House, featuring all your favorite alcoholics and depressed children with more than a few jump scares added for flavor.
The series followed siblings in the present day and in flashback as they grappled with the events that took place in a childhood home. The haunted house that the Crain family hoped to renovate eventually forces them to flee, and the things the family dealt with lead to hard lives and estrangement. The family is forced to confront this following another tragedy that brings them all into each other's orbit one last time.How that translates to a real-life haunted maze is anyone's guess. But Halloween Horror Nights has shared some semblance of how they plan to pull it off: It looks like they'll lift the physical specters of Hill House and leave behind what's haunting the Crains.
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