To celebrate the upcoming theatrical release of ‘Halloween Ends,’ which hits cinemas on the 14 October, the epic, terrifying conclusion of the revered horror franchise, UK fans are invited to a thrilling, one-of-a-kind maze: The Halloween Ends Experience at London’s Piccadilly in the heart of London’s West End.

Under the famous Piccadilly Lights, adult fans can put themselves in the shoes – and house – of horror icon Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) and come face-to-face with the embodiment of evil, Michael Myers.  

Opening for two days on 1 and 2 October following press previews, The Halloween Ends Experience is set to become the capital’s scariest destination, providing fearless fans with the opportunity to confront one of the film’s most infamous killers and the evil entity who has haunted Laurie Strode for more than four decades. 

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Taking place in a replica of Laurie Strode’s Haddonfield, Illinois, home, The Experience is a creepy, collaborative thrill ride brought to life by stage magicians, sound and lighting experts and immersive actors working in close consultation with Halloween Ends filmmakers, to offer guests the most nail-biting twenty minutes of their lives.

The experience comes to life with Laurie Strode’s house hup for sale, and prospective buyers will be given a private viewing of the hottest property in town by an overly enthusiastic realtor from Strode Real Estate. 

In an experience designed to trick and treat, the realtor will try to sell you a classic Illinois home boasting a spacious living room, a cosy double bedroom and closet space to die for. Everything else remains a secret but the creators are promising an unrivalled scare experience.

The experience will open its doors to the public in Piccadilly Circus for two days on 1 and 2 October. It has been created to mark the cinematic release of Halloween Ends, the conclusion of director David Gordon Green’s trilogy that began with 2018’s record-shattering Halloween. Halloween Ends is set to hit UK screens on 14th October.

The experience lasts 20 minutes and is not for the faint of heart or anyone under 18 years of age.

To book a viewing, visit Tickets are free but availability is limited.