Horror Classics to take Center Stage at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights
Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood have announced more theme mazes for this year's Halloween Horror Nights. Guests will now be able to experience two classic films that have influenced the horror genre and will come to life in two of the event's disturbingly-real haunted mazes. Prepare for the return of the legendary Leatherface in "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and the resurrection of one of Universal Pictures' most iconic monsters - the Bride of Frankenstein - in "Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives."
Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives
At its core, Halloween Horror Nights is an extension of the horror film legacy originated by Universal Pictures, and the event continues to honor its blockbuster history with a haunted maze highlighting one of the studio's most sinister creatures - The Bride of Frankenstein. "Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives" picks up where the 1935 classic film "The Bride of Frankenstein" left off, thrusting guests into chaos as the Bride becomes an unstoppable scientist and begins her mission to revive Frankenstein's Monster. Her unwavering quest to find eternal life will come at a cost, and guests will soon find themselves entwined in a frenzied battle in their daring attempt to escape. Click here for an electrifying preview of "Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives."
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Inspired by the 1974 iconic slasher film "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," the "Halloween Horror Nights" mazes will depict a harrowing and intense experience as guests try to outrun the maniacal Leatherface and his unrelenting chainsaw. Guests will embark on a killer journey through a series of familiar scenes from the film and eventually fall victim to a family of cannibals. From a dilapidated gas station to an eerie, old farmhouse, they will witness unimaginable horrors around every corner, soon discovering that nowhere is safe from the demented Leatherface. Click here for a sneak peek at "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre."
Also, guests will enjoy a "Beetlejuice" themed haunted house, based on Warner Bros. Pictures and Tim Burton's Academy Award-winning horror-fantasy film.
Halloween Horror Nights begins on September 3 in Orlando and on September 9 in Hollywood. Each event will run through October 31.
For more information, and to purchase tickets, go to www.HalloweenHorrorNights.com.