On Friday night, many people walked in through the gates of Universal Studios Orlando and experienced the 25th anniversary of Halloween Horror Nights. Jack the Clown is back as the host, and thousands of people walked in to experience the fear of nine terrifying haunted houses, five scare zones, two shows, and a whole lot more. Below is all the info you’ll need to get the most out of your fright nights.
Halloween Horror Nights 25 is not just about Halloween or trick-or-treating or all of that. This is a fear-creating and scream-inducing event that leads guests through mazes, Scare Zones, Terrifying (Haunted) Houses, and much more.
It all began last night on Sept. 18 and will run on select nights through Nov. 1. Universal Orlando brings some of the biggest fear and fright over a terrifying 30 nights, and it also brings about some of the best ways to scare its guests.
Unfortunately, there are some things at Universal Studios Hollywood that didn’t make it out to the east coast, and those are the mazes. Check out a big difference you can find if you headed out west.
The Walking Dead
This Is The End 3D
Halloween: Michael Myers Come Home
Insidious: Return to the Further
AVP: Aliens vs. Predator
Michael Myers is back at HHN for the first time since 2009, and fans were thrilled about that during the first night.
As reported by Inside the Magic, Halloween Horror Nights 2015 is again a mixture of scary and silly with a lot of entertainment opportunities for guests. Only five rides are open during each night, but there’s really no sense in taking time to do those things which can be done on any other day.
As Inside the Magic reported, that is true for both Universal Studios Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood.
The Walking Dead: The Living And The Dead
Freddy Vs. Jason
An American Werewolf In London
Jack Presents: 25 Years of Monsters And Mayhem
RUN: Blood, Sweat, And Fears
Asylum In Wonderland 3D
Body Collectors – Recollection
All Nite Die-In – Double Feature
Icons – HHN
Scary Tales – Screampunk
Psychoscareapy – Unleashed
Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure
The Carnage Returns
For those looking to have some fun and some laughs, Halloween Horror Nights is for you too. While not as much, there is still a lot that can be done by those not looking to be scared out of their minds.
Halloween Horror Nights 25 is now going full force at Universal Studios Orlando, and the scares are definitely real. There is a very good chance you’ll run out of time before being able to do everything you want to do so a second or third trip may be necessary.
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