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Silent Terror: “A Quiet Place” at Halloween Horror Nights 2024


Shhh – step softly into the post-apocalyptic world of A Quiet Place, where silence isn’t just golden; it’s essential for survival. Blind creatures with acute hearing prowl the Earth, hunting for human prey. Here is Halloween Horror Night’s take on this haunted house inspired by A Quiet Place:

Silence your screams if you want to survive the terrifying, post-apocalyptic world. Like the Abbott family, you must keep quiet as you travel from the farmhouse to the woods, to the foundry. As soon as you make a sound, monstrous creatures who can hear the slightest noise, will hunt you down and silence you for good.

A Quiet Place at Halloween Horror Nights 2024
A Quiet Place at Halloween Horror Nights 2024

Since its debut in 2018, A Quiet Place has captivated audiences worldwide. The first two films in the franchise, A Quiet Place and A Quiet Place Part II, explore the harrowing lives of a family navigating a terrifying world overrun by bloodthirsty aliens. The eagerly anticipated third installment, A Quiet Place: Day One, a prequel that delves into the origins of this silent nightmare, is set to premiere on June 28, 2024.

Halloween Horror Nights 2024 runs on select nights from August 30 through November 3. Find out everything you need to know about tickets here

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About Kelsey Bowyer

Kelsey hails from the land of chocolate, ketchup, and Mister Rogers – known to most as Pennsylvania. Her family’s annual visits to the sunshine state instilled a love of storytelling and theme parks at an early age. In 2015, she packed her bags for the Disney College Program but decided to make this move permanent and call Orlando home. When she is not roaming Orlando’s world-class Theme Parks with her husband, she can be found lost in a book, planning her next vacation, or petting dogs.