Halloween Horror Nights Line Up at Universal Studios Hollywood
Complete 2019 Halloween Horror Nights Line Up for Universal Studios Hollywood
All has been revealed for this years Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios. Lots of new mazes and scare zones await the brave and foolish ready to scare living crap out of all who dare to attend. With a huge focus on throwbacks to some major cult classics, there will be gore and gasps for everyone all with a nostalgic flair starting Friday September 13th.
Here is the entire list of mazes!
Just announced! The Curse of Pandora's Box
Greed is the underlying theme of this all-new maze and once Pandora’s Box has been opened and it’s evil is unleashed, it can never be closed again. Guests from the land of the living are transported into the nightmarish netherworld of Hades. The scene begins with “Pandora’s Cabinet of Curiosities,” a dilapidated storefront set in modern times that is, nonetheless, eerily reminiscent of a structure that belongs in the dark and dangerous back alleys of Victorian London.
Amongst every occultist artefacts and forbidden relics known to man, the bizarre shop houses an all-consuming collection of evil trapped behind glass-encased cabinets, including a giant, ornate box inlaid with human bones and adorned with the silhouette of a mysterious woman clasping her body with skeletal arms.
As guests pass through the shop they will hear a faint, yet seductive voice echoing the words, “anything can be acquired, anything our hearts desire,” beckoning maze-goers to tempt fate, just as a cataclysmic earthquake erupts, shaking the shop and swinging open the ornate box to awaken a demonic voice whispering in a foreign tongue to “come inside.” Any takers?
House of 1000 Corpses
Go on a relentless tour through multi-platinum recording artist and filmmaker Rob Zombie’s twisted “House of 1000 Corpses,” inspired by Lionsgate’s 2003 cult classic horror film. The terrifying “House of 1000 Corpses” maze bring to life the movie’s offbeat roadside tourist attraction, Captain Spaulding’s Museum of Monsters and Madmen, and introduces guests to some of the country’s most infamous serial killers, including Dr. Satan, a demented surgeon who has gone mad.
US~ Featuring the unnerving labyrinth of underground tunnels that stretch from coast to coast below America, to the disorienting and the ominous uprising of “The Tethered”— doppelgängers of every living man, woman and child in the country—the “Us” maze will place guests at the heart of this living nightmare where they quickly realize they are their own worst enemy.
Killer Klowns from Outer Space~ Based on the cult 1980s film favorite, the “Killer Klowns from Outer Space” mazes will transport guests to the sleepy small town of Crescent Cove, taken over by a pack of murderous clown-like creatures.
Holiday In Hell~ Inspired by the popular scare zone of the same name, the “Holidayz in Hell” maze will feature an original score by Electronic Music Artist and Producer Figure and offer guests new reasons to dread the holidays. A tortured Tunnel of Love, inhabited by a crazed Cupid on a quest for hearts to break or take will make this Valentine’s Day anything but romantic; an unhinged Uncle Sam will create a sinister July 4th killerbration; treacherous turkeys will gobble, gobble an unsuspecting family; and a sick Santa will adorn Christmas Trees with human body parts, with many other milestone killer holidays.
Stranger Things~ This year’s chilling mazes pick up where last year’s mazes left off, continuing the suspenseful storyline where a predatory entity terrorizes the small town of Hawkins, Indiana, and delving even further into the parallel universe, referred to as the Upside Down.
Universal Monsters~ Loosely based on Universal’s 1943 horror movie of the same name, this reimagined tale for the 21st century takes guests on a terrifying journey that bears witness to a deadly confrontation between these two horror icons and the epic battle that rages between them.
Ghostbusters~ follow in the footsteps of the Ghostbusters – Peter, Ray, Egon and Winston – as they venture through artfully recreated scenes from the film, including the firehouse, New York Public Library and the Temple of Gozer, as an army of ghoulish spirits, hideous specters and ectoplasm-dripping phantasms attack from every corner.
Creepshow~ Inspired by the 1982 Cult Classic Film and Shudder’s Original 2019 Anthology Series, Creepshow Comes to Life at Universal Studios Hollywood as an All-New Terrifying “Halloween Horror Nights” Maze.
Walking Dead~ Enter the post-apocalyptic world of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” and prepare to fight for survival in a fully immersive journey as you navigate through a world overrun by hungry walkers.
All new this year: Throwback Thursdays Need to shake of some of your fears before or after the mazes? Get your groove on to your favorite hits of the 80s with a live band or inside a DJ-hosted dance party. Grab your leg warmers, windbreakers and neon tracksuits for a Halloween party with an 80s twist. Pop, lock and moonwalk all night long in this throwback extravaganza that’s totally awesome – exclusively on Thursday nights.
Get the complete run down of this years Scare Zones HERE
Can’t wait till Friday the 13th? Kick off the haunt season with an exclusive first look at Halloween Horror Nights Thursday, September 12, one day before Halloween Horror Nights officially opens on Friday, September 13 during their first ever Fan Preview Night September 12th, get more info and tickets HERE
Halloween Horror Nights Runs thru September 13th thru November 3rd select Night. General Admission starts at $67 and Universal Express at $159 If you are a Pass Holder be sure to take advantage of the discount offered.