Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights are Back
…and Better than Ever with a New Maze and Even More Screams
After being closed down in 2020, Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights are back with a vengeance! Packed to the brim with Scare Zones, Horror Mazes, and even a Terror Tram, the screams and scares fill (almost) the entire park, providing audiences with an interactive nightmare experience that is sure to scare!
The seven monstrous mazes include a few based on more recent film and television, including Netflix’s Haunting of Hill House, AMC’s The Walking Dead, and a brand new maze based on the horror classic, The Exorcist. You can feel the excitement of the performers as they fill you with fright (after all, these ghosts and goblins didn’t get a chance to deliver their dose of fear last year). The twists and turns would leave anyone scared, and-while the performers are not allowed to touch you-they sure know how to get close! The frights don’t end there, though: three Scare Zones have been transformed into heavy metal haunts, complete with head-banging metal, audio-timed fire effects, and roaming monsters up to ten feet high (someone even gave them a few chainsaws)!
Ghouls and Goblins cover nearly the entire park from end to end. Guests in the main square can enjoy pictures with visitors from the beyond, including with an undead bride and a friendly skeleton, or skip the sentiments and take a ride on Terror Tram: The Ultimate Purge to experience what it means to be in a world where everyone has a license to kill. Many of the parks more typically terrifying rides are also open, including Flight of the Hippogriff, Transformers the Ride:3D, and Revenge of the Mummy, The Ride.
The real winner of the night, though, is a concert performance courtesy of the Jabbawockeez. The masked magistrates put a full night of b-boy dancing, audio and visual effects, and humour into just under twenty minutes… six times a night! The crew-and their incredible special effects team-bring as many thrills and chills as any maze (not to mention a few laughs).
Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights are open select nights September 9th through October 31st. Ghoulish guests can buy a Frequent Fear Pass or Ultimate Fear Pass to come back again and again, or they can treat themselves to an R.I.P. Tour for one night of spooktacular special treatment. Don’t wait, get your tickets now at hollywood.halloweenhorrornights.com. So get out of your house and into the thrills, just remember to Never Go Alone.