Universal Orlando Resort's Latest Halloween Horror Nights 2018 House Revealed

Are you ready to enter the Carnival Graveyard?

Universal Orlando Resort have announced the latest maze that will terrify its guest at this year's Halloween Horror Nights.

Carnival Graveyard: Rust in Pieces will take you into a place where carnival attractions have been left to decay but you're not alone in this rusting graveyard. You aren't welcome here so you better get ready to run from the guard dogs, avoid the performers with their weapons of torture and escape from the "tunnel of love".


This year's Halloween Horror Nights will be bigger and scarier than ever before! Universal Orlando Resort announced that their 2018 Halloween event will have an extra 10th house, giving you more places to have the fright of your life.

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Universal have previously confirmed four of the houses that will make up the 2018 event. The much anticipated Stranger Things and the cult classic movie “Trick ‘r Treat” will also be making its maze debut. Universal Creative original houses Dead Exposure: Patient Zero and B-Movie styled Slaughter Cinema also await guests.


HHN28 will most definitely be "inspired by the 80's" with both Stranger Things and Dead Exposure: Patient taking place in the horror filled decade.

In fact, the 80's is spilling out onto the streets and into the scare zones. Universal have already confirmed this year's FIVE scare zones.

Halloween Horror Nights 2018 Scare Zones
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Three of the five scare zones are original ideas. There's Vamp 85: New Year’s Eve where "fanged punks and big-haired vamps" crash a New Year Street Party. Twisted Tradition will decorate the Central Park area with "rotting pumpkins fused with decaying human flesh", just beware of the "fetid beings" as the light of the pumpkins is your only guide. The Harvest will take you through a seemingly abandoned barn, where images from the houses will decorate your path.

Academy of Villains will also be returning for the third year running. Unfortunately last year's early performances were hampered by Hurricane Irma, so it's great that the dance group will be back. Let's hope that the Hurricane also doesn't make a repeat appearance.

There's still lots more to be revealed for Halloween Horror Nights 2018 and tickets are already on sale.

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