Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is not only one of the most popular Halloween events in Orlando, but in the world! Halloween Horror Nights 2018 is already shaping up to be one of the scariest celebrations yet. While there are still lots of announcements to be made, Universal have just revealed the final two scare zones that have been added to this year’s frightening line-up.
The first scare zone is called ‘Revenge of Chucky’ and is of course inspired by the Chucky movies. Even if you haven’t seen the films, we’re sure you’ll be familiar with Chucky- the notorious serial killer whose spirit resides in a creepy doll. He’s one of the most iconic horror movie characters of all time and trust us when we say, you won’t want to come face to face with him. Although, at Halloween Horror Nights, it’s guaranteed to happen!
This creepy scare zone will be a “festival of toys” that’s filled with lots of menacing characters who are ready to cause havoc. Chucky has “twisted these playthings into new nightmares” and they’re all under his command. Each toy will be ready and waiting to torture the guests and of course, Chucky won’t be missing out on the action, as he’ll be dishing out some revenge of his own!
Universal also revealed a second scare zone called Killer Klowns, themed on the classic sci-fi horror movie Killer Klowns from Outer Space. As you approach this scare zone, you’ll smell the sweet scent of cotton candy in the air, but don’t let that fool you. These clowns aren’t fun or silly, in fact, they’re seriously sinister and you’ll only realise once it’s too late to turn back.
The candy you can smell is actually spun from human victims who have been cocooned inside giant pods of cotton candy! If you don’t manage to escape from the Killer Klowns, you might just end up the same way. Avoid their cotton candy ray guns at all costs and you might be lucky enough to make it out.
Revenge of Chucky and Killer Klowns will be joining a line-up of Universal original scare zones, including The Harvest, Twisted Tradition and Vamp ’85. Halloween Horror Nights is also famous for its terrifying haunted houses, and this year there will be more than ever! There will be 10 haunted houses to explore in total, and even though there are still more announcements to come, the line-up already looks amazing. So far, 2 Universal original storylines have been announced- Dead Exposure: Patient Zero and Slaughter Sinema, as well as haunted houses inspired by popular horror movie Trick ‘R Treat and hit Netflix series Stranger Things. Are you ready to face your fears?
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