‘Us’ is Tethered to Universal Halloween Horror Nights 2019

Universal Studios theme parks in Orlando and Hollywood both announced new haunted houses today for Halloween Horror Nights 2019 that will be themed around this year’s horror masterpiece, Jordan Peele’s Us (read our review here).

Are you ready to enter the shocking reality of Academy Award-winning filmmaker Jordan Peele and Universal Pictures’ global horror hit Us?

In this new haunted house at Halloween Horror Nights, you will walk through the Wilson family beach house and Santa Cruz Pier, where you might spot a familiar character outside of the Fun House. You’ll also venture through the unnerving tunnels that stretch for miles deep below America and come face-to-face with “The Tethered” – a group of terrifying doppelgängers of every living man, woman and child in the country. You’ll quickly discover that you are your own worst enemy.

Follow in the footsteps of Adelaide Wilson as she experiences a horrifying and traumatic encounter with her tethered double, Red. Watch her face off with her menacing mirror image in a deadly dance with a fatal ending.

As you venture deeper through the haunted house, you will be transported to modern-day, and witness “The Tethered” rise-up from their underground labyrinth, ready to take on their privileged upperworld counterparts – determined to enact their plan of murder and revenge.

Prepare to run for your life, as there is no escaping yourself.

Us joins previously announced mazes including Stranger Things, Ghostbusters, Universal Monsters, and the recent additions of Killer Klowns from Outer Space and Shudder’s upcoming Creepshow series.

You can watch the most recent official announcement videos below, and stay tuned for more haunt news from Universal Studios as it becomes available.

See all Universal Halloween Horror Nights announcements here!

Halloween Horror Nights kicks off on Sept. 6 in Orlando and on Sept. 13 in Hollywood.




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Matt Artz

Founded Halloween Daily News in 2012 and the Halloween International Film Festival in 2016. Professional writer/journalist/photographer since 2000.