Universal Studios Hollywood has revealed two exciting new announcements for its annual Halloween event, Halloween Horror Nights, and an extra spooky treat for younger guests.
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.
The Nassal Company, a themed environment fabrication company, recently announced their launch of a three-company, dual-location corporate rebrand.
Each week, we ask you, our readers, to vote for your favorite food, ride, land, or activity at theme parks around the world. This week, we’re at Universal Studios Florida for your favorite Halloween Horror Night Scare Zone. Now there are only five scare zones this year, so this is a ranking, instead of our usual Top 5.
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The cast of Netflix’s sci-fi phenomenon, “Stranger Things,” made their way into the Upside Down at Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights – and things took quite a scary spin!