Knott’s Scary Farm returns with 3 new haunts

halloween haunt cowboy ghoulTitle: Knotts Scary Farm 2010
Location: Knotts Berry Farm, 8039 Beach Boulevard, Buena Park, CA 90620
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Description: The annual Knotts Berry Farm Halloween Haunt returns with three new attractions for 2010: two walk-through mazes and a ride.

The new mazes are Viruz Z (a town turned into cannibal zombies, in the Fiesta Plaza) and Fallout Shelter (3D mutants in the Lake area of the park). The Log Ride is being turned into Sleepy Hollow Mountain (ghosts, ghouls and the Headless Horeseman.

Returning mazes are Uncle Bob’s Big Top of the Bizarre, Labyrinth, Club Blood, the Doll Factory, Lockdown: The Asylum, Dia de Los Muertos in 3D, Terror of London, the Slaughterhouse, and Cornstalkers. Also, the Black Widow Cavern is back in the Mine Ride.

There are three Scare Zones: Necropolis (vampires lurking near Camp Snoopy); Carnevil (killer klownz on the Boardwalk); and Ghost Town (monsters and dead gunfighters in the Old West Ghost Town).

There are also more shows than you can shake a bloody stick at: Zamora’s Sideshow of the Bizarre (on the CarnEvil stage); De’Anna the Hypnochick in the Boardwalk Ballroom); Hacks presents Die, Die, Die! (in the Bird Cage Theatre); Inferno (in the Wagon Camp); The Hanging (in Calico Square); Ed Alonzo’s Psycho Circus in the Ghoul Time Theatre); and Steel Drum Corps presents Bang (in the Necropolis Theatre).

This year, the event runs on September 24-26, 30, October 1-3, 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-31.

Hours are 7:00pm to 1:00am weeknights, 7:00pm to 2:00am Fridays and Saturdays.

Tickets are $33-50 pre-sale, $56 on the day of the event. You can add on a “Pre-Scare Dinner Special,” and there are three different hotel packages if you want to spend the night.

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Steve Biodrowski owns and operates Hollywood Gothique. Since graduating from the University of Southern California's School of Cinema, Steve has worked as a film critic, script analyst, journalist, and interviewer. As a film journalist, his work has appeared in Movieline, Premiere, Le Cinephage (in France) and The Dark Side (in England). He served as the West Coast Editor of Cinefantastique magazine in the 1990s, then worked as the Vice President of Editorial Content at Fandom.com and, more recently, as the Executive Editor at Cinescape Online. He is currently the Managing Editor of Cinefantastique Online, the website incarnation of Cinefantastique magazine.

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