From September 3 through October 31, true terror will once again run rampant through the streets of Universal Studios as it celebrates Halloween Horror Nights 30.
Now in their 30th year, Universal plans to celebrate by providing never-before-seen frights. This year’s event will feature 10 haunted houses, five scare zones, and multiple special attractions. Here’s a look at some of the confirmed 2021 Halloween Horror Nights spectacles as well as some former fan favorites.
New and Popular HHN Haunted Houses
Haunted houses are the paramount attraction at Halloween Horror Nights.
Each year provides a variety of themes based on popular horror films and movies. Universal Studios periodically announces its haunted houses leading up to the event. While only one haunted house theme has been confirmed so far, past years’ themes serve as a testament to what to expect this fall.
Below are a few former HHN haunted houses, as well as what’s in store for 2021:
Based on the 1988 film, Beetlejuice is the first confirmed haunted house for 2021. This house showcases Hollywood’s favorite ghost and some of the movie’s most iconic scenes which guests will walk through and watch come to life. Get ready to be haunted and taunted by Beetlejuice because this house has been confirmed.
The Haunting of Hill House
Welcome home to the Hill House filled with ghastly terrors. Walk down dark hallways and creepy rooms as you slowly make your way to the Red Room. Beware the Tall Man and the Bent-Neck Lady. There’s no place like this home.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre™
If you are not familiar with this famous house, then should you dare enter? This dilapidated house is the home of the sadistic Sawyer family and their famous son, Leatherface. Beware, the roar of his chainsaw may drown out your screams.
Universal Studios has so much more in store for you this year, like seven more houses to test how much you can really handle:
Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives
HHN Icons: Captured
Welcome to Scarey: Horror in the Heartland
Case Files Unearthed: Legendary Truth
The Wicked Growth: Realm of the Pumpkin
Puppet Theatre: Captive Audience
Revenge of the Tooth Fairy
Haunted houses aren’t the only place you may run into some scares as the entire Universal Studios theme park is divided into special areas designed specifically to spook.
There are five confirmed scare zones at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights. While 2021’s themes have not yet been revealed, scare zones in previous years have proven themselves particularly frightful.
Step inside Crypt TV, a dark universe of monsters that reside in the same reality—on your screen, in your pockets and now San Francisco.
30 Years 30 Fears
The monsters you’ve most dreaded from past Halloween Horror Nights have taken over the streets. They’re back and you’re history.
Seek and Destroy
A ruthless alien cyber regime led by The Controller has taken over New York, turning humans into fuel. Succumb or be destroyed.
Sixteen years after the gory sacrifices of Terra Cruentus, the heartless Terra Queen is back. Evil is in her nature.
Lights, Camera, Hacktion: Eddie’s Revenge
Get ready for the feel-bad movie of the year. Eddie Schmidt, Jack the Clown’s brother, is filming a horror film and the monsters are real.
In addition to the scare zones and haunted houses, Universal has two live shows set for 2021.
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The least scary part of your trip to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights 30 should be your hotel room.
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