Scenes from the film, which include debauchery and demons, will become real for fright fans tackling the 3D maze.

The themepark's first-ever 3D horror-comedy maze will be a top Halloween attraction alongside a new recreation of masked Halloween serial killer Michael Myers' hometown and a terrifying Crimson Peak maze created by the much-anticipated film's director Guillermo del Toro.

The park will also open mazes inspired by The Walking Dead and horror movie franchise Insidious.

The Halloween Horror Nights will open for business next month (Sep15) and run up to Halloween (31Oct15).