Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights 2010
Universal Studios Hollywood Horror Nights
Ready to be scared this Halloween? Are you ready? Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights 2010 is here! This venue is the number one Halloween event in Los Angeles California, outperforming Knott's Scary Farm, and begins September 24, 2010 with the venue running until Halloween.
Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights 2010 features five new maze experiences, new "Zones of Fright", a new "Tram of Terror" backlot experience, and the addition of the phenomenal new "King Kong 360 3-D".
Halloween Horror Nights mazes will include:
- A New Nightmare on Elm Street - Never Sleep Again
- Friday the 13th: Kill Jason, Kill!
- Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses in 3D Zombievision
- Vampyre: Castle of the Undead (Normally House of Horrors)
- Saw: Game On
Don't get lost on your way to each maze. Beware of "La Llorono", a new spooky experience based on the ghost legend from Mexico. "La Llorono" stalks the streets of Universal Studios Hollywood only on Halloween Horror Nights!
Chucky haunts the trams this year and the Universal backlot experience so lookout for this 4-foot monster and his deadly weapon. He loves to slash with a demonic laugh!
Halloween Horror Nights will be on consecutive weekends and select weekday nights beginning September 24 through Halloween. Event dates are: September 24, 25, and October 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30, 31.The event begins at 7 p.m.; closing hours will vary by night.
For updates on Halloween Horror Nights, visit HalloweenHorrorNights.com.
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