Looking for a double dose of terror this fall? Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood have you covered with the return of Halloween Horror Nights —a thrill fest featuring haunted houses inspired by the biggest names in horror, live shows and scare zones where monsters prowl the streets. Tickets are now on sale for the event, which opens in Orlando on Sept. 2, 2022, and in Hollywood on Sept. 8, 2022, and runs through Oct. 31, 2022 at both locations. 

In addition to encountering hockey-mask wearing Michael Meyers in the Halloween haunted house and The Wolfman, Dracula and The Mummy in Universal Monsters: Legends Collide, this year’s event features an all-new The Horrors of Blumhouse haunted house inspired by the 2020 slasher comedy Freaky and the upcoming supernatural thriller The Black Phone produced by Blumhouse Productions, the company behind the popular supernatural horror film Paranormal Activity. Those brave enough to enter The Horrors of Blumhouse will be faced with a teenage girl who switches bodies with a serial killer named The Butcher and then find themselves trapped the basement of The Grabber, a twisted magician whose favorite party trick is to make people disappear—forever.

Universal Orlando Resort will have 10 haunted houses, five scare zones and two live shows as well as access to some of the park’s most exciting attractions, while Universal Studios Hollywood will offer eight haunted houses, the Terror Tram, scare zones, a live show, plus various attractions. 

Universal Orlando Resort is offering a variety of Halloween Horror Nights ticket and vacation packages, including single-night tickets starting at $78.80 and an Express Pass starting at $95.84 that enables guests to skip the regular lines with one-time express access to each haunted house and participating attractions. The R.I.P. Tour, starting at $298.19, includes an expert-guided tour, priority entry to haunted houses and attractions, complimentary self-parking, a pre-tour reception at Cafe La Bamba, access to exclusive cash bar locations and Universal Express Unlimited ride access. Also on offer is the Behind-the-Screams: Unmasking the Horror Tour, which features exclusive behind-the-scenes access to three haunted houses (starting at $85.19) or six haunted houses (starting at $138.44) in a lights-on, informational walking tour as well as permission to photograph certain rooms in the houses. Prices vary depending on date; separate event admission is required.

Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights packages include day-only general admission and day and night general admission. It is also offering a Universal Express package and an R.I.P. Tour, which includes a first-class, expert guided tour of the haunted houses, VIP seating at live shows, a gourmet dinner, photo ops with some of the scareactors and exclusive backlot experiences. Prices vary depending on date. 

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