New ‘Depths of Fear’ House at Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights 2019

This year Universal Orlando is adding a new house to their Halloween Horror Nights line up.

Depths of Fear will “mixes all the elements of the unknown with underwater elements, monstrous creatures and a countdown to a disastrous fate.”

Here’s the information from Universal Orlando:

Story

“The workers of a deep-sea mining company have found themselves in a dire situation. They’ve delved too deep and encountered a parasitic race of creatures that turn out to be deadly. Panic ensues as you find yourself encountering infected miners and acidic creatures. The pressure builds as the self-destruct sequence counts down to the inevitable implosion of the facility.”

“Mouthbrooders”

“As you venture further into the depths, you’ll encounter the creatures known only as the “Mouthbrooders.” Picture being trapped in a claustrophobic mining installation underwater with a countless number of these slithering monsters. Your worst nightmares will come to life as these fiends spew flesh-eating acidic eggs at human hosts, and you witness miners being driven mad by the infection.”

This sounds intense and keep in mind it’s not recommended for children under 13.

Halloween Horror Nights is something you should definitely do if you’ve never been. We do recommend you get the Express Pass to see more during your trip!

Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights will take place on select nights between Sept. 6 – Nov. 2.

For 2019 there will be 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, live entertainment and more.

What do you think? Comment and let us know.

Source: Universal Orlando


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