Hosts Banks Lee and Elisa Goldman bring you this week’s theme park and attraction news. On this week’s episode: [Read more…]
The newest attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood doesn’t officially open until July 4, but we already have video to share of USH’s new “The Walking Dead” permanent walk-through maze. [Read more…]
This fall, Universal Orlando Resort is bringing back AMC’s hit series, “The Walking Dead,” to Halloween Horror Nights, propelling guests into the most horrifying highlights of all six seasons – all in one single haunted house.
Guests will walk – or run – in the footsteps of the show’s cast of survivors, fending off packs of flesh-hungry walkers at every turn. They’ll step inside instantly-recognizable locations, such as the hospital from Season 1 where Rick awakens to a world overrun with the dead, the unnerving home of the Governor in Season 3 and the seemingly-safe refuge, Terminus, from Season 4.
The experience will culminate with iconic scenes from Season 6, where guests will trudge through a decomposed sewer and try to evade the brutal pack of villains, The Wolves, after they’ve invaded Alexandria. Along the way, they’ll rush to avoid the bite of the show’s most memorable walkers – including some that have never been seen before at “Halloween Horror Nights.”
For more information on Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, visit www.HalloweenHorrorNights.com/Orlando.
Here’s a look inside The Walking Dead maze from last year’s event:
Just months after debuting the west coast version of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal Studios Hollywood is expanding again with The Walking Dead Attraction opening on July 4, 2016. [Read more…]
The calendar will say summer, but a chill October will be blowing through the Long Beach Convention Center when Knott’s Berry Farm joins Universal Studios Hollywood, Queen Mary, Six Flags Magic Mountain, and Walt Disney Imagineering for the Midsummer Scream Halloween Festival on July 30 – 31, 2016. [Read more…]
By Gavin Hatch
Thanks to my friend Joshua, we get to spend this week looking at the differences between The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando. [Read more…]