The legend of La Llorona is a truly frightening bit of folklore, but as of yet no one has done it justice movie-wise. Thankfully a new flick is on the way that is looking to change that, and you're gonna Weep when you read the news!
One of last year's best mazes at Universal's annual Halloween Horror Nights spectacular was no doubt La Llorona! Well, you cannot keep a good ghoul down, and we've just received word that the eater of children will be back for more!
Time to Get Your Spooky On! Dread Central Previews Universal Studios Halloween Horror Night's La Llorona: Villa de Almas
When it comes to haunted houses, I'm like a crack fiend who can't get enough so it should come as no surprise that I'm a huge fan of Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights. I've been coming out to Horror Nights for the past four years, even before I made the move to California, because when it comes to the "fright business," no one can beat the efforts of HHN Creative Director John Murdy and his entire team that collaborates year-round in order to put on the best haunts that money can buy every Halloween season.
We told you a few days ago about the fiendish folks over at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights digging deep into Mexican folklore as the inspiration for their newest maze, La Llorona: Villa De Almas Perdidas (Village of Lost Souls). And now we have some exclusive first-look concept art you won't find anywhere else!
Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood has already enlisted the devious minds of Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper and Eli Roth to design horror-themed mazes for this year's festivities. They’ve now dug deep into Mexican folklore for the inspiration for their newest maze, La Llorona: Villa De Almas Perdidas (Village of Lost Souls).
And the news surrounding this year's Halloween Horror Nights just keeps on coming. First was Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses in 3D, then came the unfortunate homage to Platinum Dunes' Friday the 13th 2009 and now we've got the word on what else is lurking out there. In the dark.