Halloween Horror Nights
Ever wondered what it would be like to have your Achilles tendon severed by a man eating salad with his bare hands in an Eastern European country? Well, wonder no longer, Gorehounds! Universal Studios Hollywood has announced the newest addition to its Hollywood Horror Nights will be Eli Roth's Hostel: Hunting Season.
One Week Left For Submissions to Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights Short Film Competition
A couple of weeks ago we mentioned a great opportunity for you struggling filmmakers out there, that being Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights Short Film Competition. And I'm sure many of you jumped right up and got your favorite work submitted for the contest. This article is not for you.
This October ... after standing in line for god knows how long ... visitors to Universal's annual Halloween Horror Nights will finally get to find out just who is human. Read on for details. From the Press Release
Attention All Aspiring Directors! Halloween Horror Nights Short Film Competition Wants to See Your Worst
Making your own horror film. The dream of every fan. And we all know we've tried it on some level when growing up, mostly succeeding only in staining our clothes with some kind of red food coloring concoction used to represent the gore we ogled in our favorite films.
In mid-September Dread Central received an invitation from John Murdy, the creative director behind Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights, which kicks off September 24th and runs through October 31st at Universal Studios Hollywood theme park, for a tour of the then-in-construction maze A Nightmare on Elm Street: Never Sleep Again.
Dread Central (in this case writers Heather Wixson, Andrew Kasch and yours truly, Sean Decker) hit the red carpet this past Friday night for the Eyegore Awards and opening night of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood, CA, and brought back a bit of video (see that below, as well as video interviews from the carpet) from the rather boisterous festivities.
One of the most fun parts of the day around the Dread Central offices is when the mail comes. Yes, there's the usual bills, bills, and more bills, but every now and again something will come that just thrills us in its weirdness. Something like ...
All we can say is that it is about damned time someone recognized the man himself, and it's with great pride that we report the following!
The Chiller Eyegore Award ceremony seems like lots of fun. What better time to celebrate our beloved genre than during the festival of Samhain? And, judging from this list of honorees, it seems like 2010 is going to be the year to catch it! From the Press Release
This past Friday Dread Central received an invitation from John Murdy, the creative director behind Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights, which kicks off September 24th and runs through October 31st at Universal Studios Hollywood theme park, for a tour of the then-in-construction maze A Nightmare on Elm Street: Never Sleep Again.
Let the screaming begin! Halloween is almost upon us, and you know what that means ... time for Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights 2010!
Want to find out what fear fears the most? That question has been answered in the latest promotional video for Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights 2010. Dare you take a peek? The video below was directed by Derin Seale for the Oscar®, Golden Globe®, and Emmy®-winning production company radical.media.
When you're having a trailer filmed for the premiere of your latest haunted attraction, it may help if you hire folks who know what they're doing behind the camera to do it for you! That's just what the folks running the Orlando Halloween Horror Nights have done!
First Details! Universal Hollywood Makes New Freddy Maze Official! Universal Orlando Takes Halloween Horror Nights Online
Plenty of news about the two biggest haunts on either coast has come to light to help you get started planning your Halloween-time theme park visits!
Well, we guessed a while back that a maze based upon the remake of Wes Craven's classic A Nightmare on Elm Street would most likely be haunting Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights this year, and guess what? It's happening!