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Universal Orlando Announces Dates for #HHN25

October 31, 2014, 10:32 AM · Something creepy this way comes, courtesy a FedEx delivery from Universal Orlando:

Universal Orlando letter

Shall we open it and take a look?

Inside the letter

Ah, a USB stick? That means we've got a video message. Let's play it:

And there's our news: On the biggest night of Halloween Horror Nights 24, we learn that HHN25 — the quarter-century celebration — will take place from September 25 through October 31 next year.

Did you make it to Halloween Horror Nights this year? Are you planning to go in 2015 for Halloween Horror Nights 25?

Replies (4)

October 31, 2014 at 11:30 AM · I expected a teaser on what to expect! No surprise here...but 25 years seems like the perfect time for the return of an icon...
October 31, 2014 at 1:26 PM · Jack seems to be back!!!
October 31, 2014 at 2:14 PM · Wow, 25 years? I've been going since #13 and I don't even live near Florida. Years 13 through 15 and last year were the best ones I have experienced in my opinion. To me they'll never be able to top some of the houses they were able to do over in IOA or the combination of IOA with the Studios park.

My expectations for next year would be another Walking Dead maze. Another four IP houses, one of the IP houses will be for a lame horror movie coming out next October. The other three will be original ideas possibly touching on themes within the last 25 years. Psychoscarepy comes to mind which that would be cool. My hope for 25 would be a house focused on The Director again with a mash up of several IP films combined into one house. It would also be cool if the HHN creators would do another discussion forum on select nights like they did during HHN 20. I really enjoyed that.

I am sure I'll be back again for next year. Can't keep me away from Universal and the Food and Wine festival at Epcot.

November 2, 2014 at 10:34 AM · Andrew hope you're right!! Miss ol'Jack!

I'm probably in the minority, but I wouldn't mind Walking Dead going away. Don't watch the show so it's lost on me...but I get the business aspect of bringing back a hot franchise. My faves this year were Halloween, AvP, Dollhouse of the Damned, and Giggles & Gore Inc.

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