Last year’s popular The Horrors of Blumhouse maze will make an encore performance at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights 28 at Universal Orlando.
Partnering with the creative minds at Blumhouse Productions, Universal Orlando Resort will bring to life two of the company’s most terrifying films.
Universal Orlando announces one of horror’s most iconic slashers will be coming to Halloween Horror Nights 28 with a maze based on Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers.
Based on the fourth installment in the classic slasher series created by John Carpenter, the maze will transport guests to the suburban town of Haddonfield, Illinois on Halloween night.
They’re Here! Universal Orlando will bring guests “into the light” as part of this year’s Halloween Horror Nights 28, featuring a new maze inspired by Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures’ (MGM) iconic supernatural horror film, Poltergeist.
Universal Orlando has announced that two 80s horror icons, Chucky and Killer Klowns from Outer Space, will come to life as terrifying scare zones at Halloween Horror Nights 28.
Universal Orlando unveiled 80’s-themed “Slaughter Sinema” as the newest original house for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights 28.
“Slaughter Sinema” pays homage to B-movie horror flicks, with guests walking from the local drive-in theater right into the deadly films.
Universal Orlando has unveiled three new scare zones for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights 28, and I think these sound fun.
The Academy of Villains dance crew will also return for a third year, with a new show.
Here are the three original horror stories you’ll see brought to life in the scare zones:
Universal Orlando has announced it is partnering with Legendary Pictures and writer-director Michael Dougherty again to bring back Trick ‘r Treat in an all-new experience for Halloween Horror Nights 28.
The guardians of Halloween will teach you the traditions of the holiday as you find out first hand the consequences of breaking those rules. With monsters around every turn, you need to pay attention…or suffer the ultimate fate.
Universal Orlando has announced a brand new house called Dead Exposure: Patient Zero for Halloween Horror Nights 28 that lives within a world of a fan-favorite from the past.
The original Dead Exposure house shook guests to their core in 2008. Ten years later, in a new house, Universal is dropping guests in the middle of Paris in 1982.
Get ready to enter the world of the Upside Down when Stranger Things comes to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights 28 in an all new maze!
Jason Blum, one of today’s most prolific producers of contemporary horror films, brings his signature movies to life in the uniquely distinctive “The Horrors of Blumhouse” maze at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights event at Universal Orlando.
From his company Blumhouse Productions, this new maze will feature the following trio of horrors:
The SAW series of films returns to Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando with an all new maze built on the upcoming eighth installment of the series, JIGSAW.
Based on the Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures hit horror film franchise, “SAW: The Games of Jigsaw” will bring to life the scariest game yet. In this all-new maze guests will come face-to-face with the work of master craftsman “Jigsaw” and a collection of his most infamous traps from the SAW film series
REDRUM! REDRUM! Universal Orlando has announced The Shining horror maze, based on the iconic movie, will debut at Halloween Horror Nights 27.
The Shining maze will provide guests with a unique opportunity to relive some of the film’s most memorable and sinister moments.
We may have just welcomed spring in Florida, but Universal Orlando is already thinking ahead to Halloween Horror Nights 27 by announcing it first house.
Returning for its second year of scares will be FX’s critically acclaimed, award-winning, horror anthology American Horror Story.
This morning Universal Orlando announced the first house for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights 26, and it harkens back to a classic horror film.
Get ready to go face-to-face with Leatherface, as Universal brings The Texas Chainsaw Massacre to life as an all-new maze.
Around 9pm on Sunday, June 8, Universal Orlando posted this first teaser for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights 24:
Swirling flames, and then the words “It’s Coming #HHN24.” What’s coming? But then on the Official Orlando HHN page, a link to the Instagram video is posted with the words, “Don’t fall asleep.”
Flames and not falling asleep… the only horror theme I can think of is A Nightmare on Elm Street. In 2007, Universal Studios acquired the rights to use several of New Line Cinema‘s characters, including Freddy Krueger, at Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights. Does this Instagram post mean Krueger might be returning?
Can you think of any other horror franchise that might deal with fire and not falling asleep? It’s hard to tell with only two clues.