I just popped a raging geek boner courtesy of some clever genre fans in the UK, and I’d do just about anything to take part in this “life-changing experience.”
Wish.co.uk is hosting “Zombie Shopping Mall”, where one can fight zombies in an abandoned shopping mall making it the ultimate undead experience!
“Prepare yourself for the three most horrifying words in the English language: Reading shopping centre.
Bone chilling stuff, I think you’ll agree. We’ve prepared a bespoke, abandoned shopping centre in Reading, sprinkled to the gills with maniacal ZOMBIES lusting for your tender brains.
We know you want to combat them until they cannot be combated anymore. And now you have the chance.”
This zombie experience is available for a limited period, as the venue is due for demolition. Included for the 119GBP you’ll battle the zombie menace in an abandoned shopping mall – equipped with movie-quality special effects & video game-style missions – for 3+ hours.
“In this spectacular ‘full immersion’ experience, you’ll be briefed and armed by the Police Special Zombie Bashing Unit. They’ll fill you in on the full, unfolding, undead apocalypse that is going down in Reading town. An apocalypse that, for once, you didn’t cause, but will have to try and fix,” says the online brochure. “Then you’ll hit the spooky, deserted shopping mall, but you won’t be shopping for that lovely little Pashmina you saw in Littlewoods. Instead, you and your team will be depleting the zombie population with full Bronson-style perspicacity. Using state of the art special effects and large, blood-inducing props you’ll tackle a series of computer game like missions in a full-on ‘run and gun’ gore fest.”
Get your tickets here and then report back to Bloody with your experience!
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