ORLANDO, Fla — It may be the summer, but Universal Studios is already planning for spooky season with new haunted houses, screenings and more this fall.
Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights will deliver extreme terror to park attendants with "The Horror of Blumhouse" haunted houses. The attractions will submerge thrill-seekers in Blumhouse's upcoming supernatural thriller "The Black Phone" which hits theaters June 24 and horror-comedy "Freaky."
When guests walk through "The Horrors of Blumhouse" they'll enter an alternate dimension where the scares feel real and the moments feel like life or death, Universal Orlando says.
"In 'The Black Phone,' which hits theatres June 24, 'The Grabber' is a demented magician best known for his sinister trick of making people disappear – permanently," a news release says. "Guests will find themselves trapped in his 'fun' house where the sound of ghostly voices whisper hints on how to escape, but guests must tread carefully to outwit and outrun 'The Grabber’s' twisted magic."
"Freaky" will test guests ability to outrun a serial killer. Looks will be deceiving as "The Butcher" is transformed into a high school girl who is determined to hunt for their next victim.
There's a variety of ticket options to attend Halloween Horror Nights, including general admission, Universal Express, after 2 p.m. day/night, the premium R.I.P. Tour and Frequent Fear and Ultimate Fear passes. Prices start at $73.99 before tax and rise from there.