Scarecrows, Gargoyles, Vampires and zombies from the Bayou. Halloween Horror Nights 27 at Universal Orlando wouldnt be complete without some mayhem directly from the minds of the Universal Orlando creative team.
USA Today got the first look on the original mazes. There are four original mazes, and they sound like new takes on old favorites.
Here’s the rundown:
Dead Waters: Take a trip through the bayou as you come across a half sunk river boat, and walk through the swamps. Guests will come face to face with the Voodoo Queen as you come face to face with tons of different creatures, from zombies to the Voodoo Queens Minions. This house sounds like it’s an adaptation of the Bayou of Blood scare zone of 2014, so we can expect some really amazing scares.
Scarecrow: The Reaping- Guests will journey to a farm where drought has drove everyone out, but the scarecrows remain. The scarecrows are out for vengeance and will try to make you…but the farm.
The Hive: Vampires from the 80’s are the focus as you venture into a hive of hungry vampires. It’s a nod to the old school vampires, as they ravage through their victims. This one sounds like it will be soaked in blood!
The Fallen: This maze takes guest through a classic cathedral, where winged demons fight Demented mortals. The house will feature creatures all around you as the fly, crawl and jump the scares right out of you.
The original maze line up joins Horrors of Blumhouse, Saw: The Games of Jigsaw, The Shining, American Horror Story, and Ash vs Evil Dead. Plus this will be the final year of Bill and Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure. The terror kicks off on September 15th on select nights, and tickets are now in sale!