Universal Orlando finally releases all the details of Halloween Horror Nights 25

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Universal's Halloween Horror Nights is celebrating its 25th year of terror, and it looks like they've finally released all the details on this year's line-up. 

In terms of haunted houses, there's a nice blend of familiar faces and a few new themes added to the mix. 



Here’s what to expect:

· The return of the fan-favorite house, based on John Landis’s critically-acclaimed horror film, “An American Werewolf in London” – a fiercely-immersive experience that pays homage to one of the greatest lycanthropic stories ever told. This year, the wolves are more ferocious and hungry for human flesh…and their pack has expanded.

· All-new, original houses based on the best and most iconic stories from years past, including ghastly scenes from RUN: Blood, Sweat, and Fears, Asylum in Wonderland 3D, Body Collectors: Recollections and Jack Presents: 25 Years of Monsters and Mayhem.

· More “scareactors” than ever before in five spine-chilling, new scare zones, including the escaped inmates from Psychoscareapy – Unleashed, appearances from past event icons including The Caretaker, The Storyteller, The Director, and The Usher in ICONS – HHN and more.

· Two outrageous live shows, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure and The Carnage Returns­—featuring the favorite and feared icon Jack the Clown.

For a detailed listing of each experience featured at this year’s event click here.




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