A good poster grabs us with its interesting, perhaps even beautiful, visuals but then has to seal the deal with a good tag line. Halloween‘s “The Night He Came Home!” is a great example of a tag line that is interesting and engaging, considering we don’t know who “he” is or why he’s coming home. […]
Ryan Murphy’s horror franchise comes to life in a maze for Halloween Horror Nights.
As we get closer to the season 6 premiere of American Horror Story, it's been announced that the show plans to bring its freakish terrors to life for a part of Universal's Halloween Horror nights
In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Tickets to Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights are on sale now. American Horror Story will serve as the inspiration for another Halloween Horror Nights maze. Two attractions at Epcot are set to close in September. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: Tickets are now on sale for Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood. Prices range from $59-89 per night for the annual hard-ticket event, which starts Sept. 16 and runs selected nights over a month and a half. Show More Summary
As reported over at Blastr.com, Universal theme parks are getting a double dose of horror this autumn as FX’s anthology series American Horror Story teams up with Halloween Horror Nights in both Orlando and Hollywood.Announced in a press...Show More Summary
The Ryan Murphy anthology-themed 'Halloween Horror Nights' begin Sept. 16 in Hollywood and Orlando.
Are you ready to be scared shtless?! This fall, Universal Studios' annual attraction Halloween Horror Nights is bringing your TV nightmares to life! The fright nights will now feature a giant maze featuring three different seasons of American Horror Story! Sooo… which installments are scary enough to be part of this exciting event?! Related: AHS Dropped TWO New [...]
The acclaimed FX series will come to life at Universal's theme parks in Hollywood and Orlando starting Sept. 16. read more
By Robert Niles: FX's American Horror Story will join AMC's The Walking Dead and a line-up of classic horror films in this year's Halloween Horror Nights events at Universal Studios in Florida and Hollywood, the parks announced today. Show More Summary
This year's Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios is a whole string of firsts. They're already bringing Freddy, Jason, Michael, and Leatherface, and together in the park for the first time, but now they've acquired a brand new...Show More Summary
Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights is getting a triple dose of “American Horror Story” this Fall as they’ve just announced that there will be a maze that takes themes from three seasons of the popular FX show! You can count on walking through “Murder House”, “Freak Show”, and “Hotel”, the first, fourth, and fifth […]
Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s “American Horror Story” is setting up shop at Universal Studios’ “Halloween Horror Nights.” But which perplexing plot will its amusement parks use from “American Horror Story’s” five freaky seasons? Universal Studios Hollywood and FX have selected three seasons from...
In this edition of Theme Park Bits: More Pandora: The World of Avatar details are coming soon. A virtual reality haunted house is coming to Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights. Disney is currently looking to cast Moana for theme park meet-and-greets. Show More Summary
In this edition of Theme Park Bits: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Universal Studios Japan is getting visited by Death Eaters. Universal Studios announces a trio of original Halloween Horror Nights mazes. Disney patents a projector drone for potential nighttime shoes. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: Universal Orlando today announced more houses and scare zones for this year's Halloween Horror Nights, which starts September 16 at Universal Studios Florida. The park announced details for three more houses today, all with original IP, to join the five outside-IP houses the park had announced previously. Show More Summary
In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Krampus is heading to Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights. Disney may be replacing The Great Movie Ride with The Great Mickey Ride. A whole bunch of Disney Imagineers have been reportedly laid off. Show More Summary
Halloween Horror Nights is an incredibly popular event at Universal Studios, and with the Hollywood location bringing Freddy, Jason, Leatherface, and Michael Myers into the park at the same time, it was already so irresistable the rest of the mazes could have been Minion-themed and nobody would have minded. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: Universal has announced the next maze for this year's Halloween Horror Nights events in Orlando and California ? Krampus. Based on the Michael Dougherty film for Legendary Pictures and Universal, Krampus is a Christmas-themed...Show More Summary
Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights has announced that they will be bringing a Krampus-themed attraction to the park this year! From the official press release: The dead of winter sets the stage for the terror that’s about to unfold one cold, dank and dreary Christmas Eve as the fabled anthropomorphic “half-goat, half-demon” horned creature emerges to […]