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  • Writer's pictureEric J. Cullen

'The Exorcist: Believer' Come To Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights

All kinds of scares are coming to Universal parks around the U.S., with Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood set to kick off their annual Halloween Horror Nights in September. Attendees will get the opportunity to experience scares from three new haunted houses, each with a theme deeply seeded in the genre of horror.

The first house draws inspiration from Universal Pictures' new horror film, The Exorcist: Believer produced by Blumhouse and Morgan Creek Entertainment. Guests will be transported to a busy Haiti street market, where a strange doll with three eyes opens a demonic portal, leading to the awakening of sinister spirits. The house follows the disturbing disappearances of two 12-year-old girls who are found three days later, exhibiting unsettling behavior that puts anyone in contact with them at risk, and only an exorcism may stop the malevolence.

The second house draws inspiration from the hit TV series, Chucky, the show currently on its third season. Chucky: Ultimate Kill Count, is based on the hit USA Network and Syfy series, that has done wonders in building a fn, new Chucky universe. Chucky, the infamous killer doll, takes center stage in his own haunted house for the first time, turning it into a deadly slaughterhouse, killing anyone who enters.

Universal Monsters: Unmasked, is the third house announced for Halloween Horror Nights, drawing upon Universal's classic monsters to provide the frights. The attraction will take guests into the eerie Catacombs of Paris, where millions of skeletal remains and dark secrets are hidden. Iconic monsters, including The Invisible Man, The Phantom of the Opera, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, seek vengeance for their resting place being opened to the public, even if only for the Halloween season.

Previously announced were attractions inspired by Stranger Things and The Last of Us., that will be joining these three new haunted houses, for what should be one spooky time for all those visiting Universal parks this autumn. Halloween Horror Nights will run on select nights between September 1st and November 4th at Universal Orlando Resort and September 7th to October 31st at Universal Studios Hollywood.

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ERIC J. CULLEN is a writer currently residing in California. A fan of horror since childhood, Eric spends his free time developing Horror Junket, writing screenplays, HODLING, as well as producing films in the horror genre. Eric is currently the future owner of a 1958 Plymouth Fury.

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