All-New Expanded “Terror Tram” Features Jordan Peele’s Blockbuster Films, NOPE and US, in a Crossover Experience at the Original Jupiter’s Claim set During Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood, Beginning Thursday, September 8th.

This year’s iconic “Terror Tram” expands to include a cinematic twist on Jordan Peele’s blockbuster films in a crossover experience that reimagines Us, featuring The Tethered, a revolutionary army of vengeful doppelgangers, whose uprising invades the all-new Jupiter’s Claim set from the filmmaker’s latest pop nightmare, Nope, as part of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood, which kicks off on Thursday, September 8.

UNIMAGINABLE HORRORS REVEALED AS PART OF SINISTER SLATE OF ORIGINAL EXPERIENCES COMING TO UNIVERSAL ORLANDO RESORT’S HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS 2022 – INCLUDING HAUNTS INSPIRED BYTRADITIONAL HALLOWEEN ELEMENTS, URBAN LEGENDS, GROTESQUE LIFE-SIZED BUGS AND MORE

Universal Orlando Resort reveals more gruesome details about the impending terror that awaits guests brave enough to face Halloween Horror Nights 2022 – including the six horrifying original concepts that complete this year’s lineup of 10 haunted houses, five sinister scare zones and two live shows. The event kicks off Friday, September 2 and runs select nights through October 31.

The 49th Season of Knott’s Scary Farm Turns Nightmares into Reality with New Signature Scares

The most immersive Halloween experience in Southern California, Knott's Scary Farm, returns with unimaginable new scares and terrifying twists for its 49th frightful year. Every inch of the park transforms into everyone’s worst nightmare as the most horrendous monsters await around every corner ready to turn you into their next victim. This year, guests will come face to face with their most horrifying fears as they brave through the park’s 17 haunted experiences, including five spine-chilling scare zones, nine monstrous mazes, and three sinister shows. Knott's Scary Farm is back for 26 terrifying nights from September 22 – October 31.

DELUSION, AN INTERACTIVE HORROR THEATER SERIES, RETURNS TO LA THIS SEPTEMBER. TICKETS ON SALE AUGUST 12th!

Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group, the producers of world-class live events and location-based entertainment experiences, today announced the highly anticipated return of one of LA’s most popular interactive events, Delusion. Officially open to the public on Thursday, September 15th, Thirteenth Floor and Director Jon Braver will once again bring his one-of-a-kind interactive horror theater series to life in the historic Phillips Estate with a new play titled Delusion: Valley of Hollows. Delving into an era never before explored in an interactive theater, the play will explore 1970’s American cults, with a supernatural twist. 

ALL NEW MAZE, BLOODLINE 1842 ANNOUNCED FOR KNOTT’S SCARY FARM!

Knott's Scary Farm has had a long history of vampire themed mazes. From Dominion of the Damned, Club Blood, Lore of the Vampire, or Lair of the Vampyre; fans who frequent the event seem to gobble up this type of theme faster than a blood thirsty vampire. It makes perfect sense that Knott's would continue the tradition of vampire mazes at Scary Farm with a whole new twist by utilizing the guns from Infected in their ALL NEW MAZE Bloodline 1842.

Global Music Phenomenon The Weeknd Collaborates with Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights to Create All-New Haunted Houses

This is what the community has all been waiting for! Ever since the rumor began, fans of HHN and The Weeknd were incredibly excited to see the two worlds collide and created a much heated debate on the inclusion of the musical artist at the event. While those types of conversations are typically healthy, it …

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The Horrors of Blumhouse RETURNS to HHN!

Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights features a double dose of terror inspired by the company regarded as the driving force in horror with “The Horrors of Blumhouse” haunted houses which bring to life Blumhouse’s upcoming supernatural thriller The Black Phone and horror-comedy Freaky.The frightening event begins at Universal Orlando Resort on September 2 and at Universal Studios Hollywood on September 8.