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“We look forward to creating a unique experience for our guests that combines both the psychological and visceral twists from the series,” said John Murdy, Executive Producer of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood.
Mazes based on Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House are heading to Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights event.
Scenes from the series will be featured throughout the maze, including the Red Room and the Hall of Statues, while ghosts from the show, like The Tall Man and The Bent-Neck Lady, will also make an appearance.
“I have loved Halloween Horror Nights for so long,” said Mike Flanagan, Creator, Director and Executive Producer of Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House.
“Some of my favourite memories of Halloween were made at Universal Studios, screaming and laughing with my friends. It is such an honour to be included among such fantastic Haunts, and I’m so glad that fans will be able to walk the halls of Hill House this Halloween. This is – without a doubt – one of the coolest things that’s ever happened to us at Intrepid. We are so excited to visit the Red Room again – we hope to see you all there!”
Charles Gray, Senior Show Director for Entertainment Creative Development at Universal Orlando Resort, added: “It’s a nightmare come true to bring Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House to life for our guests this year at Halloween Horror Nights.
“The show brought true horror to the masses, similar to what we’ve provided our guests at this event for nearly 30 years. Hill House is a perfect fit for Halloween Horror Nights as it enters a new decade of fear.”
The Halloween Horror Nights events begin on Friday, September 3rd in Orlando and Thursday, September 9th in Hollywood, with both events running select nights through to Sunday, October 31st.
“Mike Flanagan has elevated the horror genre with his supernatural thriller, The Haunting of Hill House,” added John Murdy, Executive Producer of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood.
“We continuously challenge ourselves to raise the bar with each maze we create, and we look forward to creating a unique experience for our guests that combines both the psychological and visceral twists from the series. The goal is to make our guests feel as if they are walking in the footsteps of the Crain family, re-living all the horrors that they experienced.”
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