An ‘Ash vs Evil Dead’ maze is coming to Universal Studios for Halloween Horror Nights


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Ash Williams has unleashed a slew of deadites and they’ll soon be descending upon unsuspecting victims in the all-new Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights maze based on the gory-comedic Starz television series, “Ash vs Evil Dead.”

Theme park guests will come face-to-face with some of the iconic possessed people and objects straight from the show. “Ash vs Evil Dead” is the follow-up to “The Evil Dead” trilogy, which includes the 1981 original, “The Evil Dead,” 1987’s “Evil Dead II” and 1992’s “Army of Darkness.” Actor Bruce Campbell reprises his role as Ash for the show, which was created and produced by the original “The Evil Dead” director, Sam Raimi. “Ash vs Evil Dead” debuted in Oct. 2015 and will return for a third season this October on Starz.

The attraction will take guests through the town of Elk Grove, Michigan, and up-close-and-personal with memorable characters from the first two seasons of the series.

Last month, Universal Studios Hollywood announced that it would be bringing the psychological horror film “The Shining” to life during Halloween Horror Nights and would be working directly with producer Ryan Murphy to create an attraction based on his horror TV series, “American Horror Story: Roanoke.”

Halloween Horror Nights opens Sept. 15. More mazes and details will be revealed in the coming months via HalloweenHorrorNights.com. Guests can save up to $30 on admission with special pre-sale tickets for the first two weeks of HHN and receive a bonus gift on tickets purchased via the website, however this particular offer expires on Monday, July 31.

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