Universal Studios Hollywood has officially rounded out its attractions and live entertainment lineup for Halloween Horror Nights.
The newly added mazes include Killer Klowns from Outter Space, which is based on the 1988 cult classic film and will trap guests in a funhouse filled with murderous clown-like aliens; The legend of La Llorona: The Weeping Woman will rise and be on the hunt for children in an all-new maze; Scarecrow: The Reaping pits Mother Nature against the homesteaders as the scarecrows come to life in the cornfields; and inside the Universal Horror Hotel, patrons will have to escape the vengeful spirit of the property owner.
Since the Jupiter’s Claim theme park set from director Jordan Peele’s latest film “Nope” recently opened on the Universal backlot, the HHN Terror Tram experience will expand on “Nope” as well as Peele’s 2019 horror film, “Us.” A frightening group of doppelgangers from “Us,” known as The Tethered, will be on the loose and in a rare crossover moment, they’ll be invading Jupiter’s Claim.
The theme park previously announced mazes based on the 1978 horror classic “Halloween”; the Universal Monsters: Legends Collide that brings together The Wolf Man, Dracula and The Mummy for the first time; The Horrors of Blumhouse, which will explore “The Black Phone” and “Freaky” films; and pop and R&B star The Weeknd will get his very own house of horrors that will turn the tracks from his hit album “After Hours” into a living nightmare.
There will also be three new scare zones including: El Pueblo del Terror, Sideshow Slaughterhouse and Clownsawz. The award-winning dance crew Jabbawockeez will be back with a fresh, high-energy, horror-themed dance and special effects show, which will run multiple times per evening.
Universal Studios Hollywood will expand the footprint of its HHN event into The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and bring the Death Eaters, a group of Voldermort’s devoted followers, into Hogsmeade Village for scares. Other open nighttime attractions and rides include Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey; Flight of the Hippogriff; Jurassic World — The Ride; Transformers: The Ride 3-D; Revenge of the Mummy — The Ride; and The Simpsons Ride.
Halloween Horror Nights officially opens on Sept. 8 and runs on select evenings through Oct. 31. Tickets are $72-$102 general admission; $179-$289 Universal Express; $219-$329 Universal Express Unlimited; $112-$154 After 2 p.m. Day/Night Passes; $319-$449 R.I.P. Tour; $199 Frequent Fear Pass; $329 Ultimate Fear Pass.
All tickets are now on sale now at universalstudioshollywood.com.