Universal Studios’ Hollywood theme park has announced its final maze for this year’s incarnation of the annual Halloween Horror Nights event, reuniting the iconic Universal Monsters, including Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolfman, and many more, set to a musical score composed by legendary guitarist Slash.
Inspired by Universal’s legendary horror films, the Universal Monsters maze—featuring an original score produced and composed by Grammy Award-winning musician, Slash—will shake horror fans to the core with a petrifying modern rendition.
After decades of rot and decay as they lay mouldering in their graves, the Universal Monsters’ disdain for the living has risen to a bloodthirsty, all consuming level! Invade their eternal resting place and witness the bone-chilling resurrection of Frankenstein’s Monster, Dracula, The Phantom of the Opera and The Wolf Man, among others. As they rise from the dead, thirsty for revenge, you will fall victim to the terrifying images and stories that helped invent the horror film genre.
The Universal Monsters maze is the final reveal for 2018 at the Hollywood park, while The Horrors of Blumhouse, unites Happy Death Day and The First Purge at the Orlando park and Truth or Dare and Unfriended in Hollywood. These follow the previously announced Halloween 4, Trick ‘r Treat, Stranger Things, The Purge, and Poltergeist 2018 attractions, among others.
You can check out the announcement video below.
Halloween Horror Nights kicks off on Sept. 14 and runs on select nights through Nov. 3 at Universal Studios theme parks in Hollywood and Orlando.
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