Horror Nights Nightmares was a house featured in the Halloween Horror Nights event in 2004. It was an icon themed house featuring Jack, Eddie, the Caretaker, and the Director. It was located in Soundstage 44 a.k.a the Herc and Xena Building.
On the Halloween Horror Nights XIV Website in the patient records it shows film reals which if you click on it you hear The Director saying death is an art form and ends with someone screaming. There is also a bag which if you click on it you hear The Caretaker saying Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Mo, Catch a body by the toe, If he hollers cut him low, Eeniee, Meenie, Miney, Mo. The the Caretaker laughs and the recording stops. There was also a bottle of chainsaw oil where if you click on it Eddie would saw I See You as a chainsaw revs up. Also there was a Jack in the Box where if you click on it you can hear the Jack in the Box theme playing before you hear Jack laugh.
Come face to face with your worse HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTMARES... The Director, The Caretaker, Eddie, and Jack are all waiting to take you on a little stroll down Memory Lane. Spend a little quality time "behind-the-scenes" with your favorite icon of Halloween Horror Nights past - they're waiting for you on the very sets that made them infamous...up close, and this time it's personal.
With this house, the night became a terrifying experience. This was the first house that began to really lead me to my breaking point. TVs in the queue display interviews with cast and crew of HHN events. Inside, a plain, carpeted hallway takes visitors past walls of HHN memorobilia (mainly in the form of posters). No one really stops to take a close look, though. The excitement really begins as we enter The Director's portion of the house. A simple hallway leads us into a large theater room. The hallway, lined with doors, includes the most overused scare at this year's event. In the center of the theater guests see fallen chairs and part of the theater ceiling decoration that has collapsed. The path leads around the outer edges of this room (and past theater patrons who stare ominously at guests). Near the front of the theater, the Director himself stands observing the projection of his latest movie on the screen (look closely behind the transparent white screen and you can see the bathtub used in HHN 13 commercials. Moving on, another doorway takes guests through a dark hall and onto the set of the Director's newest film. One of those "umbrella-like" lighting contraptions flashes violently like a strobe light as the director peers around amid movie props. His "actors" sit around on the set, covered in blood, and shivering in fear. A bizarre, intense scene! From here, a plain hallway lined with chicken wire fencing leads visitors on to the scenes of our next big icon:Jack first greets guests in his photo booth room. You know those corny photo booth boxes that line malls and carnivals? This scene is full of them! They're all closed off with colorful curtains, and a clown hides in almost every one. These clowns are not afraid to get right in your face for some scares. Next, we enter a larger scene cluttered with carnival prizes and set pieces. Huge dolls, a jack-in-the-box, stuffed animals, and other horrifyingly huge props form a winding path through this dark, glowing room. Clowns jump around these set pieces, and the entire scene has the look of a haunted carnival out of a cartoon. Leaving the madness of Jack behind, we proceed to a more dreary group of scenes (arguably the best in the house): Enter a room dimly lit by clouded blue windows and dull fluorescent lights. Tables of tools line the walls. Shelves hold jars and other disgusting containers. The Caretaker stands behind these shelves to the right, but look out on the left! A staircase in the floor holds one of the Caretaker's assistants. He rams his shovel against the metal posts on the stairs. Loud! Frightening! Further inside the labs we find disgusting beds. On these beds lie even more disgusting bodies - those waiting for the Caretaker's skillful hands, or those already mutilated. These blackened corpses distract guests as still living bodies jump out from behind the bed curtains (a much more satisfying scare than the similar scene in Hellgate). Guests then leave the Caretaker behind in his moonlit rooms of bodily fluids and grime to visit a most mysterious creature: Eddie's portion of the house is least detailed and most frightening (unless the sounds of a dozen chainsaws soothe you). The first scene features Eddie himself in front of a wall of skulls (his victims). It's a very convincing lair glowing pinkish-red with hateful color. Turning left out of this dirty room, poor visitors venture into a wide hallway whose walls are made of wooden planks. Spaces between the boards reveal more of Eddie's chainsaw team reaching for guest on both sides. A strobe light from behind the boards completes the scene. Finally, in a stunning conclusion, guests enter a foggy room of hanging, bloody bed sheets. Take one guess at what sort of monsters hide in this room. Guests make their way through the sheets, being attacked by chainsaws all the way. A short hall ends the house, but be careful...a few stragglers with chainsaws wait out in the so-called "safe area" of the street for one final scare!
- This is the only house ever featured in Soundstage 44.
|Halloween Horror Nights XIV|
|Characters: The Asylum Patient (Event Icon) • Eddie Schmidt • Jack the Clown • The Caretaker • The Director|
|Mazes: Castle Vampyr • Deadtropolis • Disorientorium • Ghost Town • Horror Nights Nightmares • Hellgate Prison • Horror in Wax|
|Scarezones: Field of Screams • Fright Yard • Midway of the Bizarre • Point of Evil|
|Shows: Bill and Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure • The Festival of the Dead Parade|