The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: HHN Says The Saw is the Law

The tragic and demented account of Leatherface and his deranged family of cannibals set the stage for this year’s new “Halloween Horror Nights” maze, “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Saw is the Law,” based on filmmaker Tobe Hooper’s notoriously unsettling 1974 horror film classic.

The chilling new maze will mirror the original American horror film classic, hailed among the most influential horror movies in cinematic history, and recount the story of five friends who unsuspectingly fall victim to the ghastly terrors and torment of a depraved and cannibalistic Texas clan.  Those who dare to step into the inner workings of a slaughterhouse maze will be gripped with vivid telltale signs of imminent doom.

Gruesome and blood-soaked scenes from the controversial movie will terrorize guests, rendering them defenseless when their senses are overcome with nightmarish images flashed from the movie’s most memorable scenes:  mutilated bodies dangling from bloody meat hooks; putrid odors of decomposed corpses and human remains, and animal pelts suspended from the ceiling, as they try to escape from the unmistakable sound of roaring chainsaws revving to life.

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  • Complimentary upgrade to a Deluxe King guest room
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  • Two Madame Tussauds Tickets
  • Daily breakfast for two at our Cafe Sierra restaurant
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