A terrifying insight into the world of horror movie-making is coming to Rhondda Cynon Taf’s popular tourist attraction, the Welsh Mining Experience, Rhondda Heritage Park.
X Scream is returning to the former Lewis Merthyr Colliery with a brand-new theme.
Visitors to Halloween theme ‘scare attraction’ will be attending a movie set and taking part in an audition to be in their very own horror film.
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is delighted to welcome back the X Scream Halloween attraction to the Welsh Mining Experience, Rhondda Heritage Park.
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Cllr Ann Crimmings, Cabinet Member for Environment and Leisure, said: “X Scream was a very popular Halloween themed event last year, attracting visitors from far and wide.
“We are delighted the event organisers are coming back to scare the wits out of the public with an attraction that is not for the faint-hearted.”
Meet the terrifying director Vlad Volkov, ‘Wolf’ to those who know him - a cinematic genius, who is expecting only the best scream performance from all attending his ‘casting call.’ Are there no lengths to which he will go to capture the perfect ‘slasher’ footage?
Visitors can expect to be immersed in the sights, sounds and atmosphere of a classic film set, as they venture through our various horror zones. In each zone, visitors will experience a series of terrible incidents or freaky activity taking place within scenes reminiscent of a movie.
They will embark on a walk (approximately 45 minutes, if you don’t run for your lives) through the atmospheric buildings and underground tunnels, including the ‘ghostly’ pit shaft, which have all been turned into a film studio for the completion of a blood-thirsty cinema epic.
But will visitors make the final movie or will they be ‘cut’ from the scene or even ‘slashed’ from the entire production? After all, the director expects the very best performance and anything short of that could result in horrifying consequences.
X Scream takes place at the Welsh Mining Experience, Rhondda Heritage Park, for 14 nights in October. The Halloween ‘scare’ attraction is aimed at visitors aged 16 and over. Tickets range from £16.99-£22.99.
Posted on Tuesday 12th September 2017