Halloween Horror Nights expands at Universal Orlando this fall

June 7, 2018, 12:12 PM · The Universal Orlando Resort announced today that this year's Halloween Horror Nights will have more houses than ever, with a 10th house joining this year's line-up.

What all those 10 houses will be, Universal has not said yet. So far, the resort has announced houses based on the Netflix hit Stranger Things as well as the Legendary Pictures film Trick 'r Treat and an original IP house reviving the Dead Exposure concept from 2008's HHN.

But Universal has announced several scare zones for the event, some of which continue what appears to be an emerging 1980s nostalgia theme, led by that Stranger Things house. The three original IP scare zones revealed today are:

The Harvest - A rural-themed scare zone; Twisted Tradition - the urban version, and Vamp 85: New Year's Eve - A New Year's Eve party that really, well, sucks.

In addition to the scare zones, Universal also confirmed that Academy of Villains will return with another dance show for this year's Halloween Horror Nights. Tickets are on sale now for the Orlando event, which kicks off September 14 and runs for 34 nights through November 3.

Replies (2)

June 7, 2018 at 12:52 PM

Seeing as Ministry of Magic doesn’t appear to be happening yet, how about bringing back Bill and Ted?

June 7, 2018 at 1:57 PM

"how about bringing back Bill and Ted?"

When pigs fly...

Honestly, how disingenuous would Universal be if they staged Bill and Ted the very next year after publicly stating the show's kaput?

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