Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood 2022 Review: Intense, Scary, and an Absolute Blast!

Halloween in Southern California: there’s nothing quite like it: Grabbing a Pumpkin spice latte on a crisp 95-degree morning and wearing your best scarf… for a grand total of 30 minutes before you realize you may be suffering from heat stroke. All joking aside; Fall in southern California doesn’t feel like much except… more summer. So how do we know it’s time to put away our beach balls and pull out our pumpkin carving kits? That’s an easy one: Halloween Horror Nights! What a better way to ring in the spooky season than with a trip to Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood!!!! We had the immense pleasure of making our way out to enjoy this year’s event this past weekend, and my-oh-my was this year one for the books! From the scare zones to the HOUSES to the delectable offerings, come along with us as we talk all things HHN Hollywood 2022!


On this weeks episode, we have a very special treat for all you HHN fans out there! We have an exclusive behind the scenes tour of two Halloween Horror Nights mazes/houses at Universal Studios Hollywood with Creative Director John Murdy. John took us through The Horrors of Blumhouse featuring Black Phone and Freaky. Then he took us through Universal Monsters: Legends Collide! Both absolutely incredible! Make sure to check out our website for exclusive pictures of our tour as well! ThemeParkDuo.com!

Universal Studios Hollywood Serves Up Terrifying Treats and To-Die-For Merchandise Featuring Haunted Houses: “The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare,” “Killer Klowns from Outer Space,” “Universal Monsters: Legends Collide” and More When Halloween Horror Nights Kicks Off Thursday, September 8th

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood is tempting guests with a terrifying menu of horror-inspired cuisine and a selection of exclusive merchandise themed to the 2022 event, which runs select nights Thursday, September 8th through Monday, October 31st.

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.

Jordan Peele’s NOPE Comes To Life at Universal Studios Hollywood

You'll be entering Jupiter’s Claim, which is set in Southern California’s Santa Clarita Valley, and is a family-fun theme park and predicated on the white-washed history and aesthetics of the California Gold Rush. Owned and operated with evangelical pride by former child star Ricky “Jupe” Park, Jupiter’s Claim becomes a pivotal location as the characters seek to investigate mysterious, unexplained phenomena, leading them toward increasing danger and terrifying consequences.

Universal Studios Hollywood Introduces Jupiter’s Claim, An Original Film Set from Jordan Peele’s Expansive New Horror Epic, Nope, as a Permanent Attraction on the World-Famous Studio Tour

The original Jupiter’s Claim set from Jordan Peele’s expansive new horror epic, Nope, will be featured exclusively at Universal Studios Hollywood as a new attraction on the world-famous Studio Tour, beginning Friday, July 22nd, in tandem with the theatrical release of the new summer event film from Universal Pictures and Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions.


On this episode, Nikki and Gabe chat about their recent trip out to Universal Studios Hollywood! This was the first time they took their Daughter for her "big girl" trip to the park. Hear about all the stories about her first rides, what she loved, what she hated, and the tips that could help make your family trip to Universal Studios Hollywood easier.