Universal Orlando today announced the fifth of its 10 houses for this year's Halloween Horror Nights — another original IP house, "Yeti: Terror of the Yukon."
Yup, Universal is flipping the script on the "Swamp Yeti" from last year's Slaughter Sinema house, sending the fearsome creature into the arctic for this year's event. Yeti: Terror of the Yukon will be set in a frozen logging camp that's been torn apart by monsters. From Universal's press release:
Cringe at the trail of blood leading to caves none have lived to see. As you enter the labyrinth of caves, you’ll hear the screaming echoes of those who couldn’t escape the inevitable. If you survive long enough to see the end, you’re likely to find the remains of those who came before you and meet their same demise. You’re in Yeti territory now. They’re stone cold vicious and will stop at nothing for a taste of blood. If the cold doesn’t get you, they will.
The other announced houses for this year's event, which will again feature a 1980s theme, include:
This year's Halloween Horror Nights kicks off September 6 at Universal Studios Florida, running 41 nights through November 2. Single-night tickets are priced by date, ranging from $66.99 to $93.99, plus tax. (Typically, Saturdays are the more expensive evenings to visit, so go for Sundays or mid-week if you are looking for maximum savings.)Tweet
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