Halloween Horror Nights is scheduled to begin September 2 at Universal Orlando Resort, and several of its famous, short-but-densely-themed haunted houses have been revealed.
The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare
The modern pop superstar known for his intricate and design-heavy worlds , The Weeknd, is getting his own haunted house this year. Themed after his 2020 No. 1 album, After Hours, guests will enter into the artist's nightmares to survive Los Angeles and see the world that inspired his hit records.
The Horrors of Blumhouse
One of horror's most legendary film studios is no stranger to Halloween Horror Nights houses, and this year's is set to feature body-switcher Freaky and must-see thriller The Black Phone.
Michael Meyers hunts guests as they get taken back to 1978 Haddonfield, Illinois, where the start to one of the most recognizable and beloved horror franchises of all time began.
Universal Monsters: Legends Collide
Universal's own original houses make a significant portion of Halloween Horror Night's usual offerings, and the first announced for this year is brining some of the biggest icons in horror together: Dracula, The Mummy and The Wolf Man. A house with potential for different outcomes, guests find themselves among these three monsters in the 19th century as they fight over Ra's amulet, a contest only one can win.