Halloween Horror Nights 32 begins September 1 and Universal Studios Florida is preparing for the spooky season with various decorations throughout the park. More scare zone props arrived this week, along with themed food booths.
Dr. Oddfellow’s Collection of Horror
Guests will enter Halloween Horror Nights 32 through the Dr. Oddfellow’s Collection of Horror scare zone. This wagon appeared outside UNI VRS a week ago. More and more props have been added around it and now the black tarp is gone from its doorway.
The interior is purple and red with empty shelves and zodiac symbols, alluding to the nearby Dark Zodiac scare zone. Scareactors will perform on the small stage in front of the wagon.
Trunks act as steps for the scareactors.
Dark Zodiac banners have been added to the Hollywood scare zone for Halloween Horror Nights.
The banners have a rusty metal appearance, matching some of the scare zone’s props.
A new sign has gone up with a blank menu board next to a food truck at the Universal Music Plaza.
The sign advertises “Midway Delights,” alluding to Dr. Oddfellow’s carnival.
It’s red with faded white stripes and a blue border.
Nearby is the Stellar Bar, a retro ’80s-themed food booth possibly connected to “Stranger Things.”
The booth is light blue with dark blue, red, and yellow stripes around the center. Metal grids accent the “Stellar Bar” sign on top.
On the bottom of the booth and on the nearby counter are triangles, circles, and squiggly lines — like carpet you might see in an ’80s bowling alley or arcade.
The “Stranger Things”-inspired Surfer Boy Pizza booth is across from the plaza, at Grammercy Park.
‘The Last of Us’ Food Booths
The Fireflies have tagged these booths, but orange FEDRA signs are above the blank menu boards.
The Fedra logo has also been painted below the counters of each booth, along with shipping container numbers.
Vines grow over the booths and the FEDRA-marked concrete blocks to either side.
Walls around the side of the booths feature another Fireflies logo with “Give us rations” graffiti.
A sign instructs people to have their tickets ready to collect their “rations.”
Extra chain link fencing has gone up at the entrance to Sting Alley.
The fences are covered in signs from “The Last of Us” world.
A small booth has a sign that reads “Processing: Form an orderly queue.”
The signs on the fences warn guests about quarantine and curfew.
There are crates and sandbags at the bases of the fencing.
We did notice one sign disappear within a few hours. The “Report Infection” sign had “penalty” spelled “panalty.”
It was removed by the middle of the day.
Down the alley is the actual food both — or rather, “Ration Distribution Center.”
There are partially covered signs advertising old food prices.
The Fireflies have tagged the Ration Distribution Center sign.
The FEDRA sign remains intact beneath the window.
There are warning signs on the fence and wall at the exit of the alley.
The Fireflies have also left their mark on this “No Parking” sign.
‘Chucky’ Food Booth
As we made our way to the San Francisco section of the park, we passed by this “Chucky” food both.
Inspired by the Good Guys box Chucky comes in, this booth is yellow with red borders and light blue stripes.
It’s spruced up with stamps of axes, hammers, bats, and a few blood splatters. “Good Guys” is crossed out and Chucky has written “WANNA PLAY?”
Peacock’s Halloween Horror Bar at Halloween Horror Nights 32
Behind Lombard’s Seafood Grille will be Peacock’s Halloween Horror Bar.
Menu boards have been installed on the dock, but are still blank. David S. Pumpkins is expected to appear at Peacock’s Halloween Horror Bar.
Near KidZone (or the future DreamWorks land), menu boards have been set up at this covered booth for Halloween Horror Nights.
Blue lights illuminate this bar.
The second bar has green lighting.
Battery Park Food Booth
The Battery Park food booth has been decorated with retro checkerboard tiles set against blue backgrounds.
Pink stripes run above a faux white baseboard.
There are some cracks in the 1950s-esque paneling.
Blank menu boards are also up on the booth’s green columns.
Check out our review of the first-ever Taste of Terror event with previews of Halloween Horror Nights food and beverage items.
What are you most interested to see at Halloween Horror Nights 32? Let us know in the comments.