Halloween Horror Nights Is Back at Universal Studios, and It CAN'T Be Missed
For true fans of Halloween — and I mean the actual scary stuff — Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios is where you need to be to celebrate the season. The event takes place in the nights leading up to the best holiday of the year, and it's basically a haunted house free-for-all with extra shows and attractions that will majorly put you in the Halloween spirit.
Last year's Halloween Horror Nights 25 boasted some pretty elaborate (and terrifying) themed haunted houses, and this year has some special additions.
Fans of American Horror Story can relive some of the terrors of the show when they go through the brand-new attraction that includes threats from Murder House, Freak Show, and Hotel.
Scenes from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre come to life in another themed house, zombies from the Walking Dead house will creep their way toward those who brave the attraction, and classic horror-lovers will appreciate the scares they get in the Exorcist house and the new Halloween: Hell Comes to Haddonfield house.
And if you want Christmas ruined for you forever, then navigate the horrors of the winding maze based on the dark Christmas legend of Krampus.
Halloween Horror Nights 2016 opens Sept. 16 and runs on select nights through Oct. 31. Don't miss your chance to get the living sh*t scared out of you — in the BEST possible way.