Halloween Horror Nights 2022 Will Be A Monster Event As ‘Legends Collide’ At Universal Studios
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It looks like 2022 will be a monster year for Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights.

Universal Monsters: Legends Collide is the first maze to be announced for the latest run of the seasonal event and will appear in the theme parks in both Los Angeles, California, and Orlando, Florida. The haunted house will see three horror icons of the silver screen, Dracula, The Wolf Man, and The Mummy, create a triple threat of terror in one single attraction.

As with previous haunted houses featuring the studios’ classic figures of fear, Slash, the Grammy award-winning musician, has created an original composition to soundtrack the screams of visitors.

Set in the 19th century, Universal Monsters: Legends Collide is an all-new and original maze that will put guests in the middle of a quest where Dracula, The Wolf Man, and The Mummy are looking for The Amulet of Ra. All three have plans for the powerful artifact, pitting them against each other on a bloody collision course of chaos as the full moon rises. Who will survive as The Wolf Man tries to obtain the talisman hoping it will lift his curse, and The Mummy and Dracula fight to secure it to overpower humankind?

Halloween Horror Nights kick off at Universal Studios Hollywood on Thursday, September 8, 2022, and will offer eight mazes as part of the 2022 event. The nightmare starts a few days earlier at Universal Orlando Resort, with the blood-red carpet being rolled out for guests on Friday, September 2, 2022, where there will be ten mazes for fear fans to explore. Both will run through Monday, October 31, 2022.

Tickets and packages for the scary celebration in Orlando are already on sale, with passes for the Universal Studios Hollywood expected to be available soon. Construction on Universal Monsters: Legends Collide and the remaining unannounced mazes is already well underway.

This annual theme park mecca of the macabre originated at the Florida location in 1991 under the original title Fright Nights. Back then, it ran for three nights and featured one haunted house. The following year it rebranded as Halloween Horror Nights. The first one at Universal Studios Hollywood took place in 1997 and ran through 2000 before going on a hiatus and returning in 2006. Since then, it has happened every year, other than being shelved in 2020 due to the pandemic.

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