Universal Orlando has already cancelled their big 30th Anniversary Halloween Horror Night Event due to the pandemic. Universal Studios Hollywood is still closed down. But now there’s a hit of hope coming in a virtual way. The Universal Horror Nights Twitter has posted the following:
to all our 𝖍𝖔𝖗𝖗𝖔𝖗 fans…you’re welcome. 😈 pic.twitter.com/EJIbw4pJ2r
— Horror Nights (@HorrorNights) August 19, 2020
To those that feel their blackened little heart has been ripped from their chest–Halloween Horror Nights lives on because Horror Never Dies!
For all who barely escaped our Chainsaw Brigade, or who never missed the Opening Scaremony, we’re invading your devices as we rip and gnaw deep into your nightmares.
If you’ve got a screen, you can scream, as we infest your phone, your computer, and your brain with years worth of Halloween Horror Nights content.
So join us and celebrate the Horror Season with us and the rest of the HHN fans from home.
Do not fret, do not mourn. Together we will keep the horror alive! #HHNForever
It seems like they are going to offer videos of past Halloween Horror Nights experiences. Of course we really can’t be sure exactly what they will be doing because they didn’t specify, but at least they are going to try and offer something for all us who are disappointed that we can’t go to HHN this year!
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