Halloween Horror Nights
And the news surrounding this year's Halloween Horror Nights just keeps on coming. First was Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses in 3D, then came the unfortunate homage to Platinum Dunes' Friday the 13th 2009 and now we've got the word on what else is lurking out there. In the dark.
This year's Halloween Horror Nights is progressing quite nicely with the announcement of Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses in 3D, but the question beckons ... what else is on tap?
Just a couple of days ago we told you about Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses getting its very own maze at this year's Halloween Horror Nights, and now the official word has come to pass.
It's hard to believe that our favorite season is only a couple of months away. Pretty soon theme parks and haunted attractions will be popping up everywhere, and the granddaddy of them all, Universal's Halloween Horror Nights, will be home to some really unexpected faces ... namely, the Firefly clan from 2003's House of 1000 Corpses!
Where has this year gone? Comic-Con is right around the corner, and now some cool stuffage has been floated our way to share with you concerning the biggest Halloween haunt in the world! Is October really that close? You bet your ass!
Want to test your short film prowess? Think you have what it takes to have your project judged by a panel led by none other than Rob Zombie? Then read on for more details about Universal Studios Hollywood and Rob Zombie's new partnership to recognize the nation's top short-form filmmaking horror genre talent with the "Halloween Horror Nights - Rob Zombie Film Competition".
Get ready for a treat today because Universal Studios Hollywood just announced that Halloween Horror Nights is back and bigger than ever for 2010! The 17-night schedule will include spine-chilling new mazes based upon the horror genre’s most compelling characters, six “scare zones”, a new “Terror Tram” experience, as well as Universal Studios Hollywood’s favorite thrill ride attractions that will remain open for this nocturnal affair!
As if you needed another reason to invest in an iPhone, Universal and Geodelic have teamed up for a free Halloween Horror Nights application (it also works on Android devices).
Got a question for the Halloween Horror Nights Creative Director John Murdy? Keep reading to find out how YOU can ask a question and learn all there is to know about this year's horror event spectacular!
Dread Central (in this case scribes Heather Wixson and yours truly, Sean D.) hit the red carpet for the Chiller-Eyegore Awards and opening night of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios in Hollywood, CA, and brought back some ocular candy, including video interviews, from the rather boisterous festivities that you can see below.
I’m always amazed when I hear that somebody out there liked Rob Zombie’s Halloween films so imagine my surprise when the Chiller Eyegore Honorees found their way into my inbox today with none other than Rob himself at the top of the list. Once again, I’m reminded of the fact that someone out there liked Halloween II, and here’s the news to prove it.
Never mind his six, count 'em, six Oscars, come October 2nd Rick Baker will be getting his due from Universal and horror fans everywhere as he's set to take home the Chiller-Eyegore Award for his incomparable designs and makeup effects that have created indelible imagery in over forty-two horror films!
Tommy Jarvis himself, Corey Feldman, has been tapped to host the October 2nd Chiller Eyegore Awards, the opening night celebration of Universal Studios Hollywood’s “Halloween Horror Nights.”
The good folks at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights have sent us along some character concept art and images from their new maze: "Halloween: The Life and Crimes of Michael Myers". It's been a long time since we've felt excited about anything pertaining to Halloween. This feels good!
Curious about what types of terrors you're going to be experiencing at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights 2009? We'll we've got the skinny on a preview for you, so steady yourself and prepare for a quick glimpse at just a few of the things going bump in the night.