Universal have just revealed a new haunted house for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights spectacular, and it’s quite possibly the scariest yet! If you didn’t already know, the haunted houses are terrifying recreations of some of the most famous horror movies of all time. If you’re brave enough to venture inside, you’ll find yourself lost in a horrifying maze, where creepy characters are hiding in the darkness, waiting to give you a very unfriendly welcome!
Haunted houses inspired by American Horror Story, The Shining and Ash vs Evil Dead, have already been confirmed for the event. If you thought walking through a real-life version of a terrifying horror movie sounded scary enough, you’ve heard nothing yet. Universal’s new haunted house will combine content from over five movies from three of horror’s darkest franchises in one! That’s right, ‘The Horrors of Blumhouse’ will bring you face to face with the terrors of the Purge, Insidious and Sinister!
Think you’re brave enough to go inside? Here’s a sneak peek to help you decide…
Blumhouse Productions are known for creating some of the most famous horror movies from the last two decades. Paranormal Activity, Whiplash, Creep, The Veil and Ouija: Origin of Evil are just a few of their most successful movies. Universal have confirmed that they will be “packing every inch of the house with something invasive, something wicked, and something that wants our souls”.
The fact that there are multiple stories in this house, means that each scene will offer a totally different experience, giving fans the chance to relive their favourite horror movies and become immersed in the action. A selection of frightening characters will be roaming the house, lurking in the darkness when you least expect it. Look out for the likes of Mr Boogie and the Red-Faced Demon.
One of the most exciting (but equally terrifying) parts of this haunted house, will be a sneak peek at the new Insidious movie! Fans will be able to walk through a “living trailer” of the new Insidious: Chapter 4 movie, which isn’t due to be released in cinemas until 2018! You’ll even encounter the newest villain from the instalment. We can’t wait to see who it is!
Halloween Horror Nights is running from 15th September- 4th November.
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