- One ticket to an outdoor haunted attraction
- When: October 23–25 and 29–31 and November 1, 7:30–10:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- November 1 will be a special blackout event at both locations, where guests will walk through pitch blackness armed only with glow sticks.
- $14 for combo admission to General Savage’s Zombie Uprising, including haunted-attraction admission and a zombie-shooting paintball experience, at Hawaii Extreme Paintball (up to $25 value)
- $8 for general admission to Dr. Carnage’s House of Horrors at the Windward Mall Theater parking lot (up to $15 value)
General Savage’s Zombie Uprising
While most haunted houses are all about what terror can do to visitors, General Savage’s Zombie Uprising focuses on what visitors can do to the terror. Namely: wallop it with a fatal blast of paint. Armed with paintball guns, those who brave the Zombie Killing Field fight valiantly (if entirely non-dangerously) to stop the onward march of the undead. The rest of the attraction relies on the naturally spooky dark of its outdoor setting to produce chills—and there’s no recourse against the reanimated monsters you’ll find there.
Dr. Carnage’s House of Horrors
There can be something a little eerie about a parking garage at any time of year: the dark corners, the way sounds echo unpredictably throughout the structure, the suspicion that some of those cars are only pretending to be asleep. Dr. Carnage’s House of Horrors takes full advantage of these factors by repurposing a parking structure into a variety of deliciously discomforting spaces. Everything seems to spin into an endless vortex in the Tunnel of Doom, floors shift in Isabella’s Dungeon, and the stillness is no relief in the Claustrophobia Room. The final act confronts visitors with the unspeakable acts of one Dr. Carnage—born Carnagie, until a newspaper misprint put the final nail in the coffin of the scientific researcher’s career and drove him further into madness.