The Dead have arrived at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights, and there’s more dead than ever!


Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Orlando and Hollywood begins in about three weeks, and the anticipation is being amped up. Both parks have released their full line ups, both parks have all the plans in place, and now both parks have released their commercials for this year’s event. Are you ready for the dead to arrive?





This year Halloween Horror Nights in both Orlando and Hollywood have loaded up on the Walking Dead. The clever new commercial shows a flight arriving from Atlanta, and of course all hell breaking loose. Both Orlando and Hollywood have similar versions of the same video.
The Dead Have Arrived in Orlando


This year sees Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando with eight houses, four scare zones, and two shows. Hollywood is also pushing the envelope with seven all new houses, five scare zones and Terror Tram.

Here’s the line up for this year’s terror filled fun:



  • The Walking Dead-End of the Line
  • From Dusk Till Dawn
  • Alien Vs. Predator
  • Dracula Untold-Reign of Blood
  • Halloween
  • Roanoke-Cannibal Colony
  • Dollhouse of the Damned
  • Giggles and Gore Inc.

Scare Zones

  • Bayou of Blood
  • MASKerade:Unstitched
  • The Purge Anarchy
  • Face Off

The park will also have Bill and Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure and The Rocky Horror Picture Show Tribute.




  • The Walking Dead:End of the Line
  • Face Off:In the Flesh
  • Alien Vs. Predator
  • Clowns 3D:Music by Slash
  • Dracula Untold: Reign of Blood
  • From Dusk Till Dawn
  • An American Werewolf in London

Scare zones

  • The Walking Dead:Welcome to Terminus
  • The Purge Anarchy
  • Mask-a-Raid
  • Dark Christmas
  • Skullz

This year the park has not listed any shows, specifically Bill and Ted. Terror Tram will return with more Walking Dead.

Stay tuned as we bring you even more from Halloween Horror Nights, and be sure to get social with us on Facebook, and follow along with us on Twitter @BehindThrills for the latest updates!

Tickets and tours are now on sale at both parks! For more information about Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood and Orlando, including tickets, visit the official website by clicking here!