Universal Studios has announced three more haunted houses to complete the Halloween Horror Nights lineup. They have also unveiled a huge change to Horror Nights’ scare-zone concept.
The new scare zones rule is there are no rules. Universal says there will be no boundaries and actors, dressed up like a variety of different characters, “will find you and invade your personal space like never before,” a Universal news release says. The old Horror Nights’ rules won’t apply anymore and it should make for an extra scary experience!
New characters that will be roaming the streets of Universal include vampires, ghosts and goblins with a twist, a variety of beasts, “patrons of death” and a group of all female deceased convicts who have come back to reak havoc with chainsaws.
The latest haunted houses that were recently announced and complete the Universal Halloween Horror Nights are: Gothic, Dead End and House of Horrors, featuring Universal’s classic monsters of fear. Universal had already announced four additional scare houses this summer, which included mazes based on the television series The Walking Dead, which we covered in a previous blog post, and the Silent Hill videogames and films. There will also be two celebrity houses, Penn & Teller New(kd) Las Vegas and Alice Cooper — Welcome to My Nightmare.
The hilarious and fun Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure will be returning and a new magic show for people with questionable tastes will be debuting.
Halloween Horror Nights starts Sept. 21 and goes for 25 select dates. Halloween Horror Nights requires a seperate ticket from Universal Studios Theme Park. For more info and tickets visit www.HalloweenHorrorNights.com/orlando.