Halloween Horror Nights 2019 is finally open at Universal Orlando Resort, with 10 haunted houses, five scare zones, and two shows to experience – including a brand-new nighttime lagoon show.
Check out the breakdown of this year’s Halloween Horror Nights below, along with videos of each experience:
This year’s new mazes will be inspired by both Seasons 2 and 3 of the series, picking up where last year’s mazes left off.
Guests will follow in the footsteps of the Ghostbusters – Peter, Ray, Egon and Winston – as they venture through artfully recreated scenes from the film, including the firehouse, New York Public Library and the Temple of Gozer, as an army of ghoulish spirits, hideous specters and ectoplasm-dripping phantasms attack from every corner.
Terror will be unleashed with “Universal Monsters”. This all-new haunted house will have the scariest monsters out for blood, and guests will have to step into each monster’s domain – but beware, you may not make it out alive.
In this new house, guests will walk through the Wilson family beach house and Santa Cruz Pier, where a familiar face might be waiting outside a Fun House. Travel through the tunnels that stretch for miles deep below America and come face-to-face with “The Tethered,” a group of doppelgängers of every living person in the country. In this house, you’ll learn that you are your own worst enemy.
Go beyond the mayhem and madness of last year’s wildly popular scare zone and step right up for an entire haunted house experience based on the cult classic film, “Killer Klowns from Outer Space.” This new experience will feature a gaggle of new characters including the baby Klowns, Boco, and Klownzilla, as well as new scenery like the Klowns’ circus-tent spaceship, and the cotton candy cocoon storage room where they keep their victims.
This house, inspired by the 2003 horror exploitation film directed by Rob Zombie, will bring guests face-to-face with the psychotic Firefly family and their collection of blood and gore. Victims will see “The Legend of Doctor Satan” come to life right before their eyes, explore “Captain Spaulding’s Museum of Monsters and Madmen,” and if they’re lucky, escape the Firefly house alive.
“Graveyard Games” will take guests to Ascension Parish Cemetery, where two teens will face the repercussions of awakening the spirits of the dead. Guests will travel through the cemetery, roaming through mausoleums and decaying piles of coffins. Ghosts of all kinds will rise from their tombstones to get their revenge as you try to escape. In the end, you’ll find out what happened to those who defaced the cemetery.
In Yeti: Terror of the Yukon, guests will travel down a trail of blood leading to caves that no one has lived to see. As victims travel through the labyrinth, the screams of those who couldn’t escape will ring like a never-ending echo. Those who survive long enough to see the end will likely find the remains of those who came before and met their demise. Once you’re in Yeti territory, you’ll find that they’ll stop at nothing for a taste of blood. If the freezing cold doesn’t kill you, they will.
Picture being trapped in a claustrophobic mining installation underwater with a countless number of these slithering monsters. Your worst nightmares will come to life as these fiends spew flesh-eating acidic eggs at human hosts, and you witness miners being driven mad by the infection.
Guests will enter a new and frightening original story featuring nightingales, a horrifying race of creatures. The house takes place in ancient Rome, where the ruthless emperor has declared the gladiator games to continue nonstop until the rains return. The bloodshed is enough to handle, but then the nightingales come…
Brush up on your rules of survival, because this scare zone will put you right in the middle of the United States of Zombieland, based on the new film. An infection has spread and bloodthirsty zombies are loose in the streets.
Step into the heavy metal horror world of Rob Zombie’s music and imagery in this scare zone. Come face-to-face with his brutal creations as the music blasts through the zone.
An 80s-inspired arcade has taken over the Avenue of the Stars. It might look like a party, but “Game Over” here means a permanent end for you. Watch out for a gang of neon slashers who are ready to play…and win.
Vikings have risen and are laying waste to Central Park with their brutal onslaught of gore and destruction. Their bloodlust never dies.
In the streets of Hollywood, your flesh will become canvas as blade-wielding artists slice up willing patients into horrific living works of art.
Your favorite dance crew returns to Halloween Horror nights with “Altered States,” a new show about an experiment of mind and body. Man’s true nature will be dragged out into the dark, gothic streets of Anarchy. This new show will feature a mix of dance and theatrics for one performance you won’t want to miss.
The lagoon at Universal Studios Florida will transform with a spectacle of neon and synthesizers and showcase iconic scenes from all your favorite horror films, cult classics, and TV shows.