Not to be confused with the original “Halloween” (1978), the new “Halloween” film is a sequel with the same title as the original. Ignoring all other “Halloween” sequels, the new movie takes elements of the classic and blends them with modern horror staples to create a story that both fans of the original and newcomers to the franchise will enjoy.
Halloween Horror Nights has officially begun at Universal Studios Hollywood, and with seven haunted houses and the return of Hollywood Harry aboard the Terror Tram, there’s plenty of new ways to get your scare on.
Halloween Horror Nights has officially begun at Universal Orlando Resort, and with a record 10 haunted houses for guests to experience, this year definitely has some new scares to share.
You know his face, you know his iconic jumpsuit and weapon of choice. That’s right, Michael Myers is back for more in an all-new haunted house at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights – “Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers.”
By Fowl Owlerson
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It was initially speculation, but now I’ve received word from two sources that a maze based on Blumhouse’s “Halloween” (2018) will be featured at Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando and Hollywood. [Read more…]
Universal Studios Hollywood will unleash a trifecta of terror when “Freddy vs Jason” joins “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” and “Halloween” in the lineup of haunted mazes at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights event.