On the heels of the announcement that the anthology classic Creepshow, as well as the new series based on it coming soon to Shudder, will be at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights 2019, it’s been revealed that Jordan Peele‘s recent hit Us will also have mazes at the attraction this year.
Universal is killing it with their Halloween Horror Nights 2019 mazes. In addition to Ghostbusters and Killer Klowns from Outer Space joining Stranger Things, The Walking Dead, and more, it’s now been announced that Creepshow will also be a part of the ’19 lineup.
A video has been released, seen below, which confirms that Creepshow is coming to Halloween Horror Nights 2019. And even more exciting, that its presence there will be inspired not only by the new Creepshow series coming to Shudder soon from Greg Nicotero (watch a trailer right here), but also the classic 1982 original movie written by Stephen King and directed by George A. Romero.
In addition to The Walking Dead, Stranger Things, and the recently announcedGhostbusters, it’s been revealed that Killer Klowns from Outer Space will also be a part of Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights 2019.
The killer klowns will be making their return to the event at Universal Orlando Resort, and appearing for the first time at Universal Studios Hollywood. You can find the full announcement below along with a brief promo video.
Every year there’s new additions announced for Universal’s yearly Halloween event, Halloween Horror Nights. This year, an all-time classic makes its way to the event for the very first time.
It’s been announced that the beloved 1984 classic Ghostbusters is making its debut at Halloween Horror Nights this fall. You can find all the details in the full announcement and check out a promo video for the news below.
It would not be much of a Halloween-themed maze at an amusement park without its signature scares and monsters. And what better place to experience that than at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights, with Universal’s own classic monsters?
The studio will also be working with its film production partner Blumhouse for two all new scared-filled mazes based on Unfriended and Truth or Dare. More on the story below.