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New section designed at Universal Studios

on Friday,July 29,2011 22:07

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Director Eli Roth is teaming up with Universal Studios to create a Hostel-themed attraction, one of Roth's most popular - and terrifying - horror films, according to the Guardian.

The idea is for people to experience exactly what the panic would feel like of going into similar situations that were portrayed in the movie. Roth will be creating a type of obstacle course in which the patrons have to go through, according to the news provider.

"Creating a maze for Halloween Horror Nights is a horror fan's dream come true," Roth told the news source. "I've been visiting Halloween Horror Nights for years, and still remember the heart-pounding terror of going through the mazes for the first time."

According to Entertainment Weedly, Universal is saying that this new design is no walk in the park, and parents are strongly urged to supervise any child under 13 through this new theme park.

This new section will also take inspiration from other horror movies including Saw and Friday 13th, and will be opening September 23 of this year.
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