Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights opens for spooky season

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Universal Studios celebrates Halloween Horror Nights at its four theme parks.

The spooky night event will take place at Universal Studios Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood through Monday, October 31.

Universal Studios Singapore and Universal Studios Japan will hold their Halloween events until November 5 and 6, respectively.

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Visitors are treated to haunted houses, spooky areas, live shows, special experiences, and limited-edition menus and merchandise.

“I’m a tiny little baby when it comes to this. I’m going to scream,” actress Kate Siegel told Fox News Digital during the red carpet opening of the event at Universal Studios Hollywood, which took place in Hollywood. took place on September 8.

“The last time I came was last year when they got the Hill House maze, and it took me three days to recover,” Siegel added.

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Actress Lin Shaye, who was also in attendance, said she loves that Universal Studios collects stories that really freak their guests out.

“It’s alive,” Shaye joked to Fox News Digital.

Jason Blum, founder and CEO of Blumhouse Productions, which made hits like ‘Paranormal Activity’ and ‘The Purge’, said he loves Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights because he’s always been a fan of houses. haunted and horror experiences.

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Jamie Lee Curtis, star of the slasher-thriller “Halloween” starring iconic villain Michael Myers, drew a large crowd of fans to the red carpet event.

“That’s what I love about it all,” Curtis told Fox News Digital. “They love Laurie Strode. And I’m Laurie Strode. So what I feel is this beautiful feeling of love and support.”

Some of the attractions visitors can expect at Universal Studios Orlando and Hollywood include The Horrors of Blumhouse, a terrorist streetcar modeled after Jordan Peele’s “Us” and “Nope,” and The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare, a musical haunted house inspired by The Weeknd’s Album “After Hours”.

Monster mazes, tours, and other cinematic experiences can also be found.

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Limited edition snacks include the Haunted Horseshoe, Churro Dog, Spicy Fried Chicken, and Killer Stovetop Popcorn Custard. Availability is subject to theme park discretion.

Halloween Horror Nights 2022 memorabilia includes collectible mugs, apparel, accessories and vinyl figures from Universal properties and other recognizable horror movie franchises.

Event details for each of Universal’s parks can be found at HalloweenHorrorNights.com. Disguises and masks are not permitted.

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Tickets can be ordered directly from the Universal Studios Orlando, Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios Singapore and Universal Studios Japan website.

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Some parks offer Scream Early Tickets and Frequent Scare Passes, which provide early entry or season-long entry to Halloween Horror Nights.

For a guided tour of the monster-filled labyrinths at Halloween Horror Nights in California, watch the video at the top of this article.


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