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The wait is almost over for the 2019 kick off of Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights season featuring an intriguing and ambitious line up of mazes.
HHN Hollywood sticks to its formula of cinematic themed mazes with a lineup featuring some of the most popular horror movies and TV series. For 2018 there's the unexplained and ghostly phenomenon in the "Stranger Things", "Poltergeist" and "The Horrors of Blumhouse" mazes. Killers, slashers, and creeps in the "The First Purge", "Halloween 4", and "Trick r' Treat" mazes. You'll also come face to face with some of horror's top movie icons in the incredibly fantastic "Universal Monsters" maze. Plus, the tried and true HHN attractions like "The Walking Dead" walk-through attraction, "Terror Tram", and a few miscellaneous scare zones try their best to also thrill guests.
For Universal's Halloween Horror Nights first announcement of 2018, "Stranger Things" will be making its maze/house debut at Halloween Horror Nights in Hollywood, Orlando,...
Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) 2017 is fun, scary, and still the best haunt in town. But is there a limit to how many different...
Back in 2013 mazes based on remake of the Evil Dead terrorized guest at Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) Hollywood and Orlando. At the time Evil Dead was a theme that more fans had requested be turned into a maze than any other. However, what fans really wanted, and never got, was a maze based on the original movies starring Bruce Campbell. Well groovy fans, Ash will finally hack and buzz his way through demonic creatures in all new mazes at both HHN events.
Halloween Horror Nights (#UNiversalHHN) at Universal Studios Hollywood continues to put out the scares and pack in the crowds.
Get ready for slashers gone wild at this year's HHN! Today we got a triple threat of scares with the announcement of two more mazes, featuring 3 classic movie slashers, joining the 2016 HHN Hollywood lineup. Check out the descriptions from the press release along with our take on these new haunt attractions.
After being part of the Horror Nights lineup for many years The Walking Dead will now walk on and on as part of the park's permanent attraction list.
The nation's insatiable appetite for AMC's "The Walking Dead" will continue to terrify Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort when the most intense moments from season 5 of the critically-acclaimed, Emmy Award®-winning television series take a bite out of "Halloween Horror Nights," beginning Friday, September 18, 2015. Last year we thoroughly enjoyed the Walking Dead's invasion at HHN Hollywood. We thought the 2014 maze was the best reincarnation of the Walking Dead. With a maze of that caliber we won’t necessarily balk at HHN for continuing to bring out the dead, but there's also a part of us that feels that all good things should come to and end and perhaps after 3 years it was time for HHN let the dead rest in peace. Nonetheless, the walkers prevail and it sounds like both Universal Hollywood and Orlando will like to show us that they can teach the undead some new tricks.
With an eclectic mix of themes ranging from popular TV series, classic movie properties, and sadistic original themes, Universal's Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) 2014 fires on all cylinders. Not since 2009, have we experienced such a full line up of terrifying mazes at HHN.