The Horrors of Blumhouse to Descend on Halloween Horror Nights!

The updates on Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights just keep coming! We recently announced the new Insidious themed maze headed to the Universal Park this Halloween, but it’s just been announced that even more Blumhouse titles will terrorize at the event!

Watch the promo video above from Jason Blum (Founder and CEO of Blumhouse) on all of the exciting horror titles hitting Halloween Horror Nights. Including: the upcoming Happy Death Day, Sinister, and The Purge series!

   

Jon Murdy, Executive Producer and Creative Director at Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights had this to say about the partnership:

It’s a privilege to collaborate with Jason Blum and his team at Blumhouse Productions to create The Horrors of Blumhouse.. The decisive, innovative way in which he interprets underlying issues plaguing today’s society into his films provides us with a plethora of content to create truly captivating, one-of-a-kind modern horror experiences for our guests.

The new mazes promise to be a chilling experience. The website warns; Come face-to-face with the most iconic and unnerving moments from the blockbuster The Purge franchise, Sinister movies and soon-to-be released Happy Death Day.

In The Purge section, you will attempt to survive the night, immersed in the film property’s depraved world where all crime is declared legal in the government’s annually sanctioned 12-hour cleansing of society. In what can be described as a living trailer for Happy Death Day, you will encounter the deja vu scenario, forced to relive the last day of your lives over and over again, trying to escape a mysterious masked killer. Then, in Sinister, encounter an ancient pagan deity who is determined to trap you for all eternity in the sordid shadow world of the dead.

Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights has also confirmed haunts inspired by American Horror Story: Roanoke, The Shining, and Ash vs. Evil Dead. The Orlando event has confirmed scare zones inspired by Trick ‘r Treat and Saw, and too The Shining and American Horror Story.

Halloween Horror Nights runs September 15th-November 4th at Universal Studios. Order tickets for Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights here, and Orlando Halloween Horror Nights here.

 

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And, if you haven’t already- catch the Official Halloween Horror Nights Promo directed by Eli Roth!

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Kimberley is Co-Host and Co-Creator of Nightmare on Film Street. She’s a hair dye addicted, vegetable eating, pin collecting, board game nerd. Her favorite horror films are Creepshow 2, Poltergeist, & From Dusk ‘Till Dawn.