Screams from the Screen at Halloween Horror Nights – Experiencing Universal Orlando’s Fright Event

Scare events are more common than they once were and one of the first and most notable ones is Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights. The event has the most houses, the most scares, and the most intellectual properties (celebrity tie-ins, movie based, etc.) of any fright event that we know of. It’s also the busiest in Orlando. In this video, we experience this event over 4 separate nights to showcase what it’s like to enjoy this event. We were able to experience 9 of their 10 houses, their Ghoulish! A Halloween Tale lagoon show (which is currently not operating), and all their scare zones. We always enjoy Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights. Their houses/mazes are some of the most detailed and artistically driven that you’ll find anywhere but are also some of the busiest. It’s hard to fully enjoy the easter eggs and allusions to the movies or Intellectual Properties that are being showcased within the mazes. The event has a ton of things to see and do which makes it a favorite.

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