Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights In Orlando

If you’ve never been to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando, then you will be in for a treat. You will experience some great thrills. Every fall at Universal, nightmares rule the darkness, people are afraid of the greatest horror stories, told by the bravest souls

Universal's Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando

Streets transform into scare zones for the twisted and sinister, mad laughter can be heard echoing all around from the live shows and across the park. It’s one of the most exciting, thrilling and horror-filled experience you can have at the park.

About Halloween Horror Nights

Now in its twenty-eighth terrifying year, the Studio’s most amazing annual Halloween event, puts you into a number of the maximum pulse-pounding moments in the most historic horror event. In the course of the day. On select nights from September 14 through November 3, 2018, the streets of the Universal Studios Florida park come alive with hordes of horrifying mutants, monsters, and maniacs.

All during the night time, you’ll be completely immersed inside the worlds of the biggest names in horror.

There isn’t a better and extra terrifying nightmarish Halloween occasion than this one, filled with actual unique scares and actual horror-movie moments.

You can explore terrifying haunted houses, each remarkably themed.You’ll make your way through a couple of scare zones, in which gory and grotesque creatures lurk around each turn and you may enjoy the park’s various exciting rides and attractions.

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Dates you can catch Halloween Horror Nights

Sept. 14-16, 20-23, 28-30

Oct. 3-7, 10-14, 17-21, 24-28, 31

Nov. 1-3

Realistic movie-set quality Horror House themes

Each house is set indoors with different haunt themes; each of these themes are terrifying, which will scare the pants off you with things like manic laughter, loud sounds, sound effects, strobe lights, air bursts, mirror effects and more.

These are the themes you’ll see at 2018’s Halloween Horror Nights

Stranger Things

One of the best names to have joined up to Halloween Horror Nights is Netflix’s Stranger things, the first season which was originally aired in 2016 turned out to be a runaway success.

You’ll be going through, step by step, all of its eight episodes, starting with the terrifying Demogorgon abduction in Hawkins.

Dead Exposure: Patient Zero

This relies on complete darkness and zombie hordes descending on the guests to scare the living daylights out of them. It utilizes strobes, darkness, blood-curdling sounds and more for their iconic scares.

Trick ‘r Treat

The 2009 Anthology film Trick ‘r Treat is making an appearance in Halloween Horror nights. Guests will be going into each of the movie’s storylines and through the creepiest scenes in the movie; it’s incredibly scary and genuinely terrifying.

Slaughter Sinema

The scare house, much like the movie is going to be wonderfully bloody and factious with a major focus on the guests feeling trapped; it’s going to use the movie’s scare tricks in real life and it’s a scare to behold.

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Scare zones

Scare zones are outdoor haunted house setups which will stop you mid walk, it’ll scare the absolute pants off you, with fun jump scares, characters popping up randomly and a lot more. Here are the themes for outdoor scare zones.

Revenge of Chucky

Twisted Tradition

Vamp ’85: New Year’s Eve

The Harvest

Killer Klowns from Outer Space

Don’t miss out on the best horror nights at Universal Orlando, and have the time of your life.

 

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2 Comments on “Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights In Orlando”

  1. Simple clean theme. Not sure if you would like to have a something brighter? Its after all Disney 🙂 I think readers won’t mind a splash of color on the theme?

    Similarly the Headings as well could have some different colors to indicate different attractions? But yup I am mindful that too colorful may make it hard for the readers.

    1. Hi 

      Yes i will look into making it brighter thanks for the tip. I like your idea of putting the headings as different colours i will defiantly look into doing that. Have you ever been to Disney?

      Have a magical day. 

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