'Ash vs Evil Dead' will make its Halloween Horror Nights debut this fall

July 27, 2017, 10:13 AM · Universal has announced its third house for this year's installment of Halloween Horror Nights — STARZ's original series, "Ash vs Evil Dead."

According to Universal, the house will feature locations from the first two seasons of "Ash vs Evil Dead," the comedy horror series developed by Sam Raimi and starring Bruce Campbell, reprising his role as Ash Williams from the "Evil Dead" movie trilogy.

Previously, Universal announced HHN houses based upon "American Horror Story" and — for the first time at the event — Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining."

Halloween Horror Nights 27 runs 26 nights from Sept. 15 through Nov. 3 at Universal Studios Florida. Tickets are available now. The Universal Studios Hollywood version also starts Sept. 15, but its schedule and tickets are not yet available.

Previous Halloween Horror Nights announcements:

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July 28, 2017 at 1:51 PM · It's worth noting this is the second time an "Evil Dead" house has been present at Horror Nights. Last time, it was based on the reboot of Sam Raimi's original film (though, it should be noted, was also produced by Raimi). This will probably strike more of the comedic tone of mazes like "This is the End" than the true horror of the previous "Evil Dead" maze. At least, that's my guess.
July 28, 2017 at 2:05 PM · This announcement is a dream come true for a lot of horror fans. If done right, this could be the funniest maze ever presented at HHN. I would give my eye teeth to see the man Bruce Campbell jump in for a shift and blast deadites in his own maze. Truly epic!

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