Universal Studios Unveils New ‘Stranger Things’ Halloween Horror Nights Image


The 3rd season of Stranger Things premiered on the 4th of July and now Universal Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood has released an amazing new image for their upcoming Stranger Things mazes during Halloween Horror Nights.

Thom and our son went last year for the Strangers Things offering and they loved it! Tristan is a huge fan and he said the costumes were amazing!

This year is inspired by season 2 and 3 and will continue where last year’s mazes left off following the story line into the newer seasons up to the “current” 1985 date of the latest season.

For this promotion Kyle Lambert, who illustrated art for the series, has created a fantastic teaser poster featuring the cast facing the Demodogs in the costumes and tunnels from last season.

Here’s the write up from the site

“Prepare to go even further into the chilling world of the Upside Down as STRANGER THINGS returns to Halloween Horror Nights in an all-new haunted house. Experience the most terrifying moments of STRANGER THINGS 2 & 3 as you face snarling Demodogs and scream through iconic scenes from Hopper’s cabin to the Starcourt Mall.”

It’s so exciting that they are bringing back Stranger Things for the Halloween Horror Nights event. This year the fun will begin on September 6th at Universal Orlando and Friday, September 13 (yep Friday the 13th) at Universal Studios Hollywood!

Make sure to get your tickets soon! I highly recommend buying the extra Express Pass because the lines get long, especially for the Stranger Things experiences.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: @HorrorNights on Twitter, Geekspin


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