Best of Halloween Horror Nights 30 Fan Photos

Halloween Horror Nights is in full-swing at the Universal Orlando Resort. Horror fans from all walks of life love to come and enjoy the screams, the scares and the intricately designed sets and costumes. Certain fans bring their love of horror and photography together, snagging unique moments. I compiled this list of some of my favorite shots I have seen thus far. But, this article is ever growing!

Halloween Horror Nights is a theme park favorite for taking photos of the unique sets and characters.
Photo by @jasonlivefromhhn on Instagram

Make sure to use #AttractionsMagazine on your next #HHN30 or #HalloweenHorrorNights shot. Or, message us on Instagram with your best shots of this place of gore and horror.

UPDATE – 10/30/21, 10:58 a.m. EST: New fan photos have been added to bottom of article.

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@jasonlivefromhhn took this sinister shot of Look See in the Crypt TV scare zone. Jason also took and provided the main cover image, seen at the top of the article, from the 30 Years, 30 Fears scare zone.

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@themedshots shows off the King of Halloween Horror Nights himself, Jack the Clown.

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@willh94 showcases a powerful moment during the Nightmare Fuel show. The Nightmare Fuel show features high-flying acts, dancing and extensive pyrotechnics.

@courtneyreynoldscreative takes us back to the Crypt TV scare zone. Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando features five separate scare zones.

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@angelakisling shows us that Halloween Horror Nights can be scary during the daytime, as well as at night. Some die-hard fans like to look for story elements or easter eggs in the scare zones during the day time.

@adamesrick went into Lights Camera Hacktion: Eddie’s Revenge scare zone, which gives us looks back to past favorite scare zones. Did you ever experience the alien, sci-fi scare zone Invasion! at Halloween Horror Nights 27?

@black.hat.matt shows that even Christmas festivities can happen during the Halloween fun at Universal Orlando.

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@hufians takes us face-to-face with the Terra Queen. She, and her horde, can be found in the Gorewood Forest scare zone.

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@unfriendlyhero showcases Chance, a true queen of Halloween Horror Nights.

@macyriddle grabs a shot of the one of the many happy and helpful workers during the event, just look at that welcoming smile.

@angelakisling‘s shots from Nightmare Fuel are really fire. Click over to the third image to see my favorite.

@nickloungecat takes us into the Gorewood Forest scare zone, with an ominous lighted background, certainly leading to a place of gruesome delight.

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@theusherette snagged a shot of the Usherette, a rare photo to get as the Usherette is harder to find during Halloween Horror Nights.

Honorable Mentions

I wanted to showcase this @themeparkbirds post for the final slide, a video of ducks enjoying the Carnage Factory lagoon show.

Lead Editor and Publisher of Attractions Magazine, Matt Roseboom, got a shot only possibly because of the Stay & Scream areas. Annual Passholders, those who get Scream Early ticket add-ons and day ticket holder guests who also have a Halloween Horror Nights ticket for that day can get into Universal Studios Florida early for quick access to houses when the event begins. It allowed Matt to get this behind-the-gates shot.

That is the list, for now. I want to see even more of your best #HHN30 shots. Make sure to message us on Instagram, use #AttractionsMagazine on your shots, as well as #HHN30 and #HalloweenHorrorNights to be found. I will see you all in the fog at this year’s event.


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