It’s a spooky Sunday here at Universal Orlando Resort, and we’re ready for another exciting night at Halloween Horror Nights. The event is off to a great start and gets better every night.
We decided to wait until after dark to arrive, but we weren’t the only ones. It seems to get busier after the sun sets. Obviously, HHN is better after dark!
Loud music, colorful lights, and Jack welcome us to Universal Studios Florida for an evening of terror.
A new reusable Halloween Horror Nights tote bag is available around the Universal Orlando Resort. We spotted these in multiple locations, including the Tribute Store and the Universal Studios Store.
Even more scare actors are now roaming around the Seek and Destroy scare zone. Humans in tattered clothing run through the street begging for help while the aliens are in pursuit. They refuse to submit to the Controller, so you can expect they will be turned into fuel soon, much like the other bodies you’ll see in the area. You can take a closer look at this scare zone, and watch a video of us interacting with the Controller, in our post here.
This poor human was trying to hide, but some random guest decided to point her out to the aliens. We didn’t stick around to find out her fate.
If you want to take a break from all the scares, Diagon Alley is usually very peaceful during the event. We decided to escape the crowds for a minute and grab some Butterbeer ice cream.
Wait times are typically very low for attractions during Halloween Horror Nights.
Time for some scare zones!
That’s not Butterbeer ice cream.
Jack always draws a large crowd. Keep an eye out for him to pop up around the park during the event.
Even if you don’t want to brave the haunted houses, the scare zones are a lot of fun.
Stopped into the Texas Chainsaw Massacre booth for a Leatherface Cherry Pie. Next time, we’re going to have to grab some vanilla ice cream from Haagen-Dazs to go with it.
Classic Monsters Cafe has a special menu for Halloween Horror Nights. The Monochrome Monster and Lost Coast Beer Float are scarier than anything here at the event. Stay tuned for our review of these monstrous floats.
While waiting in line for Bride of Frankenstein Lives, you might just look up and see ads for the new Chucky series on the screens next to the Music Plaza Stage.
Thanks for joining us tonight around the Universal Orlando Resort. We’ll have more coverage from Halloween Horror Nights around the globe, so make sure you stay tuned to Universal Parks News Today for more updates!