Universal Orlando releases more Halloween Horror Nights art
Universal Orlando's released some more art for this year's "Halloween Horror Nights 19: Ripped From the Silver Screen."
Universal will theme the event to three horror flicks, "Saw," "Child's Play" (the Chuckie flicks), and Universal's upcoming remake of "The Wolfman." The newest Saw flick drops on Oct. 23, and Wolfman hits theaters on Nov. 6. Tickets on sale at Universal's website.
I'm planning to fly out for this year's event, which I've not done before. Any suggestions on what you'd like to see me cover for Theme Park Insider?
One thing that I saw on youtube that Universal really didn't publicize is how they think up and impliment the haunted houses. I hear they have the best!
If your going to Disney at all some information on their event would be interesting as a comparison.
It's a totally different audience, but if I have time, I'll try to drop in for Not-So-Scary the way I did for the Christmas party last year.
Although I don't like the Saw franchise, I think it would be good as a live event.
Excellent questions. I'll put them on the list to follow up. Thanks!
Last years event with the "Legendary Truth" investigations going into the detail of the event and backstory was just absolutely incredible. The investigations went into how Mary Agana turned into Bloody Mary and how all of the characters of last years event tied back to her via the School House where her mother taught each of the other characters' parents. Then on the last night the Halloween Horror Nights creative team and mastermind behind LT threw all of the participants a big party where we got to meet and talk with all of the guys that are behind making each year of HHN happen. They had all the blueprints of all the houses and a detailed board of how each house tied into the main theme, helping us understand things we didn't figure out during the course of LT.
We have gone to HHN in Orlando for the past five years in a row. This event and Mickeys Not So Scary are trips that I look forward to all year long. Last year's theme with Bloody Mary was really intriguing from the video at the entrance of the park, heck it was creepy even in the daytime, however once inside the park it seemed to diminsh for me. There are always a couple of stand out houses every year and a few mediocre ones. A few years ago which was also the last year they had the event in both IOA and US there were 2 incredible houses that I still remember, one was Demon Cantina and the other was a Vampire'ish" theme similiar to the first Blade Movie. Robert you can't miss the Bill and Ted show, you have to eat the fried oreos and you should stay on site in a Universal Hotel. Last year for the first time we stayed at Hard Rock the night we went to HHN and being that close to the event was a high point in the trip for me. We will always try to stay on property for this event in the future. Have Fun!
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