Halloween Horror Nights Scare Zones Revealed

Universal Orlando Resort announced all of the scare zones for Halloween Horror Nights 27 and they promise to be incredibly scary.

Not only do we already know most of the houses at this year’s event, but now we know what scare zones we must face to get to those houses.

The Purge (located in New York)
A returning scare zone, this year’s Purge takes a different tack: rather than recreating specific scenes or elements from the three movies, Universal will now show Horror Nights attendees what would happen if the Purge came to its New York streets – including the very messy clean-up process, wood chipper and all.

Trick ‘r Treat (Central Park)
Based upon the 2007 anthology film of the same name, in which various Halloween revelers are punished for breaking the holiday’s traditions, guests can expect to meet several characters from Trick ‘r Treat here, including Sam, its central – and oddly creepy – character.

Invasion! (San Francisco)
Apparently set in the 1950s, an UFO has crashed in the docs of San Fran and has started to disgorge its passengers out unto the streets. Watch out for the various medical experiments being conducted on hapless humans as you progress through the area.

Altars of Horror (Production Central)
A first-of-its-kind scare zone, Altars of Horror will function as something of a mash-up of all of Halloween Horror Nights 2017’s haunted houses, giving the “larger-than-life” characters their own area to run around in.

Roaming Hordes (various)
The somewhat-obligatory HHN roaming hordes are back, once again with their chainsaws. This time, however, this “grotesque gang of gigglers” has decided to dress themselves up as scary clowns.

The scare zones will accompany Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adveture, Saw: The Games of Jigsaw, Ash vs Evil Dead, The Shining, and American Horror Story at  Halloween Horror Nights, which will run for 34 select nights, from September 15 to November 4.

Tickets are one sale now at halloweenhorrornights.com.

Source: Orlando Informer

 

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