Halloween Horror Nights
Now that we're entering the month of September, Halloween is drawing ever closer, and what better way to celebrate than by checking out a couple of TV spots for the Halloween Horror Nights attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood and Orlando?
Feel that cool breeze in the air at night? Fall is on the way, which means Halloween isn't far behind. To help get you in the spirit, the folks at Halloween Horror Nights sent over an early look at some renderings for the new Alice Cooper maze.
The time has come, kids! Reach deep into your wallet and immediately pull out your preferred method of payment because tickets for Universal Studios Hollywood's yearly Halloween event, Halloween Horror Nights, are on sale right now! Get yours today!
If you've ever been to Universal's Halloween Horror Nights Texas Chainsaw Massacre haunt, you know one thing - it's one of the most insanely gory and sickest good times you could ever have. This year it looks to be even more badass!
Sure it's great to have The Walking Dead and Alice Cooper at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights, but we've always felt classic creatures such as the Frankenstein Monster, the Creature from the Black Lagoon, and of course Dracula got short-changed. Not anymore.
The infection is spreading. They are everywhere. Our cities, suburbs, movie theatres, book stores, cable companies, and now our amusement parks have been overrun with walkers, and you know what? We couldn't be happier!
When it comes to adding a bit more mayhem to an already maniacal situation, who better to turn to than Penn & Teller? That's exactly what Universal has done for its Orlando Halloween Horror Nights event, and we have your details right here!
One of last year's best mazes at Universal's annual Halloween Horror Nights spectacular was no doubt La Llorona! Well, you cannot keep a good ghoul down, and we've just received word that the eater of children will be back for more!
Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights: More on the Alice Cooper, Silent Hill, and The Walking Dead Attractions
Halloween Horror Nights (Hollywood) Creative Director John Murdy took to Twitter today to tease fans a bit about what's in store for them later this year when Universal Studios unveils its newest attractions.
Without question one of last year's best haunted attractions at Halloween Horror Nights was the Alice Cooper portion of the monstrous yearly endeavor. Today Universal announced that the man is coming back for more with a vengeance!
We recently told you about some upcoming scares that are on tap for this year's Halloween Horror Nights event at Universal, and now we have the official Silent Hill details to share with you full of tricks and of course treats. Read on!
Every year, Universal's Halloween Horror Nights somehow gets cooler. So it's no surprise that they've stayed true to form for this fall with two amazing additions to their horror theme park legacy.
If you live in either Florida or California, then you know one thing is for sure ... NOBODY does Halloween like Universal Studios. Each year the ante is upped in terms of attractions for the annual Halloween Horror Nights event, and 2012 is no different.
Live in the Los Angeles area and looking for a fun way to ring in Halloween? Besides getting drunk and puking in your costume? Well, Dread Central has hit up the majority of this year's haunts, and we offer this handy little weekend guide to all things spooky!
Who says we never show you any love? Who says we don’t point you in the right direction to meet your favorite celebrities? Well, try this one on for size: We’ve got all the info you need to meet Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango. That’s right; Syfy’s “Ghost Hunters,” the modern day version of Venkman, Stantz and Spengler. The duo will be holding a Q&A and autograph session at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights 21, and you know they’ve got some stories to tell.