Halloween Horror Nights Maze Comes to Universal Studios Hollywood this Fall

crimson peak halloween horror nightsBeginning Friday, September 18, Universal Studios Hollywood will host a thrilling new attraction, Halloween Horror Nights. Through November 1, 2015, Halloween Horror Nights will feature a terror-filmed maze inspired by the new gothic romance, Crimson Peak, which will debut in theaters this October. Throughout the experience, guests will act as the lead characters in Crimson Peak as they scream their way through the maze.

Visitors daring enough to run through the movie-quality maze this fall will experience scary zones, a brand-new “Terror Tram” and live-action horror, among many other pop-outs that are sure to frighten the bravest guests. 

The new maze will also resemble many horrifying visions inspired by Crimson Peak’s director, Guillermo del Toro. Upon arriving to the maze, guests will read a sign that says “Beware of Crimson Peak,” warning them of the terror within. Then, they will meander through the maze, encountering tortured ghosts from the past as visitors attempt to find their way out. 

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