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Horrific Recap of September 26 - October 2, 2021

Updated: Jun 2, 2022

Welcome back to Horror Junket! I know you're as excited as I am, not because of what you are about to read but because the spookiest month of them all is in full effect. I'm so happy that it's October. Anyways, it's good to see you again for what should be another exciting Horrific Recap, having to do with most of what was horror from last week. If you haven't done so yet, go ahead and grab your fright pillow tightly—a little tighter now, as we dive into last week's horror starting with...


 

September 26 - Sunday



Busch Gardens' Howl-O-Scream Halloween event is in full swing with rides, sights and attractions that have been scaring folks as early as September 10.


Tampa's premiere Halloween event is the place to be for the spookiest month of them all, with 5 haunted houses, 8 scare zones and of course all the rides your racing heart can endure. With plenty of events for the children like a trick or treat trail and special events featuring their favorite characters from Sesame Street, there's fun for the whole family.


Tickets start at $42 with other options available such as unlimited admission tickets and vacation packages for those visiting from out of town.


 

September 27 - Monday



The official gameplay trailer for the upcoming Resident Evil 4 VR experience was released to YouTube today, and just when you thought RE4 couldn't get any scarier, well, you know what usually happens.


Available only on the Oculus Quest 2, Leon Kennedy will return once again to save the President's daughter in what should be a VR European nightmare. First released back in 2005, Resident Evil 4 has appeared on most every major console released throughout the years. Like Skyrim, Resident Evil 4 is the game that just won't faded away gracefully into video game history.


Resident Evil 4 VR will be available exclusively on the Oculus Quest 2 next month on October 21.





As the premiere date for the upcoming Chucky nears, those behind the killer doll television series have been dropping sneak peeks left and right. For your viewing pleasure, here is a look at Chucky and his return to school.


Brought to you by SYFY, USA Network and creator Don Mancini, Chucky will tell the next terror and wit-filled chapter in the story of Charles Lee Ray, and his new adventures with outcast teen, Jake Webber.


Starring Brad Dourif, Devon Sawa, Zackary Arthur, Carina Battrick and Jana Peck, Chucky will also see the return of franchise favorites like Alex Vincent, Jennifer Tilly, Fiona Dourif and Christine Elise. Chucky will premiere on SYFY and USA Network next month on October 12.


 

September 28 - Tuesday



Salem Horror Fest begins in just a few days and you better believe that the scares will be present when doors open on October 1.


The Salem Horror Fest will once again provide two weekends of horror dedicated to short films, feature film premieres and special film presentations. Films featured will come from all over the world, created by artists from all wakes and stages of