Jack’s back, and he’s more evil and edgier than ever. Check out the photos accompanying this article for a quick taste of his stage show at Halloween Horror Nights this year. Does it taste kind of like copper? That’s probably just because of all the blood and gore featured in the various quality kills. Chance is on hand to assist, as always. The photos don’t do the show justice, so be sure to see it for yourself when you come to Universal Studios Florida for Halloween Horror Nights this year.
Jack’s back, and he’s happy to be here! Not only does he have his own haunted house to celebration 25 years of Halloween Horror Nights, but he’s back on stage with his own showcase of mayhem, right in front of Mel’s Die In.
Jack the Clock
Doesn’t Jack look like a nice, friendly clown of the sort you’d see making balloon animals and doing magic tricks at kids’ birthday parties? Okay, well, maybe not…but he most certainly does have some entertaining tricks up his sleeve.
Jack and Chance
Don’t Jack and Chance make an adorable couple? When you see them work together, you can’t help but admire how sadistically and efficiently they dispatch their poor victims as a team.
Wheel of Misfortune
Halloween Horror Nights 20 wasn’t the only year to have a Wheel of Misfortune. This one’s a lot more brutal than the one used by Lady Luck, and it’s your life that’s at stake.
Isn’t it cute how Jack involves “willing” volunteers in his show? Who wouldn’t die for the chance to get up on stage with the Clown Prince of Pain? Unfortunately, he tends to take that a little too literally sometimes.
That guy in the blender looks pretty terrified, and I have to admit that I wouldn’t be too thrilled to be in his position when Jack’s lurking nearby. Jack + proximity to a lethal device = an assuredly gory outcome.
Oops, Jack hit the “on” button. I know that smoothies are supposed to be healthy, but somehow I think that poor guy wouldn’t agree. Rack up another quality kill for Jack.
No Way Out
Something tells me the days…make that minutes…are numbered for that poor woman on the wheel. It’s fun to meet Jack up close and personal, but the trick is to do it and somehow manage to survive.
I’m sure that Jack loves Chance for her mind, but her “assets” are a fringe benefit. Actually, I’m guessing their love is based on their mutual blood lust. It’s always nice when a couple shares the same interests.
Chance is good at handling sharp objects. That makes her an invaluable assistant for Jack up on the stage. Any good clown needs a skilled assistant to help out with his “tricks.”
Poor guy! His bow is so cute. It’s a shame he doesn’t look more happy to be sharing the stage with the Clown Prince of Carnage. Jack’s a clown, so I’m sure he can cheer the poor devil up.
Losing Your Head
I know it’s easy to lose your head when you’re onstage with someone as popular as Jack at Halloween Horror Nights, but this poor guy takes it a little too literally. I think Jack and Chance might have helped out a bit.
The Stage is Set
The stage is set for Jack’s show, which runs throughout Halloween Horror Nights. Get a park map when you arrive to see the specific show times for the date on which you visit. Arrive early to stake out a spot with a good view of the elevated stage.