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The Conjuring Universe's horror experience launches in M'sia, tickets start at RM80

Popular American horror franchise The Conjuring Universe has crept its way into Malaysia through an immersive horror experience located at The Curve Shopping Mall.

Making its debut in Southeast Asia 10 years after the first The Conjuring movie was screened, The Conjuring Universe Tour features an interactive walk-through of set recreations from iconic scenes of the film franchise.

Films housed under this universe are The Conjuring, The Conjuring 2, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, Annabelle, Annabelle: Creation, Annabelle Comes Home, The Nun, and the upcoming The Nun II, set to be released in Malaysia on September 7, 2023.

The recreated scenes and sets featured include The Abbey of St. Carta from The Nun, The Warren Artifact Room from Annabelle, and The Perron’s House from The Conjuring, amongst other scenes.

The Conjuring Universe Tour is produced by Warner Bros. Discovery Global Themed Entertainment, Sunny SideUp, and Incubase Studio, in partnership with AM PM (HK) and Ace Media Network.

The experience will be available from August 26, 2023 to November 19, 2023.

Where to buy the tickets

Tickets start at RM80, with the full breakdown here:

The timing for daytime is 11AM to 6PM, while evening is 6PM to 10PM. The movie tickets included in the bundles can be used for The Conjuring, which is being screened again after 10 years, or the upcoming The Nun II.

Official ticketing platforms for the experience are Klook, Wetix, Incutix, and Keepsake by GSC.

With the theme of the experience being horror, children under 15 are recommended to be accompanied by an adult.

What to expect

Vulcan Post was invited to a preview launch of The Conjuring Universe Tour on August 25. At the venue, located right next to MAJUHOME Concept on Level 1 of The Curve Shopping Mall, we witnessed the ribbon-cutting ceremony, though the event will only be officially open to the public on August 26.

The interactive journey encompasses 20 zones altogether, and pictures and videos are allowed only up to a certain point (before zone 15). For those unfamiliar with the films, not to worry, as the waiting area actually shows trailers of past films to get you up to speed.

A complete walk-through of the tour takes about 45 minutes to an hour. Groups will be led by a tour guide. Making use of technology, fog machines, animatronics, mirrors, and projectors, the tour was truly quite immersive and could be scary at times.

I personally have not watched any of the films, but still found the experience to be very intriguing. The use of clever props and rooms created a captivating journey overall, blending all elements of the three movie series (The Conjuring, The Nun, and Annabelle) into one cohesive storyline.

In our group of 12, there were a few who jolted and screamed at turns, present company included.

At the end of the walk-through, there’ll be a photo zone, then a line-up of The Conjuring Universe-related merchandise, exclusively released for this experience.

We had a great time at the new horror experience, so be sure to stay tuned for a more in-depth review of our walk-through of The Conjuring Universe Tour.

Learn more about The Conjuring Universe Tour here. Read other articles we’ve written about entertainment here.

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