Two more mazes have been confirmed for Universal Orlando Resort’s Halloween Horror Nights 30.

Universal Orlando Resort has confirmed the addition of two new haunting fright mazes to Halloween Horror Nights 30 in 2021.

To commemorate Universal Studios’ 30th anniversary of Halloween Horror Nights, this year’s event should be restored to its former grandeur. The event will take place on various evenings from September 3 through October 31, 2021, with tickets beginning at $70.99 per person Plus tax when purchased online through the official Universal Orlando Resort Website.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre scare will return to Halloween Horror Nights 30 after being last featured at the event in 2016. “Step into the dilapidated Texas home of the depraved, sadistic Sawyer family who welcome you with razor-sharp blades and a roaring chainsaw.” ” guests will be told. Those who have seen the 1974 film, which the haunt is claimed to be based on, will be happy to hear that they will confront infinite horrors around every turn. Check out the teaser video posted below:

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Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives, which was one of two fright mazes offered to attendees during the slimmed-down Halloween Horror Nights event in 2020, is scheduled to return in 2021, as expected. “We belong dead,” guarantees a terrible experience. When Frankenstein’s monster’s bride rejected him, these were his last words. She’ll go to any length to get him back. The following video is a teaser:

It was revealed last week that The Haunting of Hill House will be one of the horror mazes in this year’s lineup. The maze will include moments from the Netflix series, such as the scary and powerful Red Room and the famed Hall of Statues. It will not follow a single character or timeframe, although guests will see William Hall, the Ghost in the Basement, and the Bent-Neck Lady.

One of Halloween Horror Nights’ 30 fright mazes will also be themed after Beetlejuice. “Got trouble with the living? You know what to say: Beetlejuice. Beetlejuice. Beetlejuice. Enter the twisted, terrifying world of the original film, as the infamous Bio-Exorcist haunts you, taunts you and sends you screaming out of the haunted house.”

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In addition to the four now-confirmed scare mazes, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives, Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House, and Beetlejuice, those brave enough to visit Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights, Never Go Alone 30 will be treated to Scream-Filled Scare Zones, Outrageous Live Entertainment, and food and drinks themed to the 2021 event.

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