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4.1 / 5 Rated by 25 members
Review from Brenda C.
49 events 32 reviews

It was a good mess! I expected much more since it is Universal Studios who does the thing for the movies. I was truly let DOWN! There were so many people there there was no way to enjoy it. The terror tram needs to be renamed to the walk. It...continued

reviewed Oct 03 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Sarah Lynne
25 events 10 reviews

Be prepared for crowds! In 4.5 hours, we were able to see two mazes, ride The Mummy, and go on the "tram" ride/walk. My Bloody Valentine maze was much better than the Halloween maze, but I cannot vouch for the others.

My favorite part of the...continued

reviewed Oct 03 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from disco4daze
71 events 31 reviews

It was just "OK".....I had a challenging time obtaining my ticket at the "Will Call" window. The "Will Call" window staff did not know how to handle a "GoldStar" purchase. It was a mess! In regards to the event itself, it was just "OK".

reviewed Oct 02 2009 report as inappropriate
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The most horrifying movies have come to life at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights. For the first time ever, you’ll take on the infamous traps from Saw in an all-new maze. And if you survive, you’ll face Michael Myers from Halloween and the masked miner from My Bloody Valentine. If you’re still standing after that, check out the Bill and Ted Show, all new for 2009. Then experience a tribute to the cult phenomenon, The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Saw: Game Over

Want to play a game? You don’t have a choice. Enter the twisted world of Jigsaw, the demented serial killer from the “Saw” horror films. From the minute you set foot in Jigsaw’s secret lair, you know you’re being watched. As you navigate your way through the most twisted and infamous traps from your favorite “Saw” films, you realize you’ve become a pawn in Jigsaw’s demented game. Someone in your group will not survive. Will it be you?  

Halloween: The Life and Crimes of Michael Myers

Michael Myers, the infamous masked killer, has returned to the town of Haddonfield on Halloween night! Prepare for a terrifying journey through the life and crimes of Michael Myers, from the original murder in the Myers House in 1963, to his troubled time in the Smith’s Grove Sanitarium and then his fateful and bloody return to Haddonfield. Start by entering the home where it all began. But watch your back, Michael could be waiting around any turn. This is one open house you’ll never forget.

_My Bloody Valentine: Be Mine 4 Ever! _

Ten years ago, a tragedy changed the town of Harmony forever. Tom Hanniger, an inexperienced coal miner, caused an accident in the tunnels that trapped and killed five men and sent the only survivor, Harry Warden, into a permanent coma. But Harry Warden wanted revenge. Exactly one year later, on Valentine’s Day, he woke up…and brutally murdered twenty-two people with a pickaxe. It’s now the 10-year anniversary of the tragedy and Harry has returned to find that local teenagers use the abandoned mine as a party site…it’s gonna be a bloody Valentine’s Day!


_Chucky’s Funhouse _

The tortured soul of serial killer Charles Lee Ray is trapped inside the body of a doll named Chucky. Chucky has continued Ray’s murderous rampage, racking up an impressive body count. But something is missing. Despite all the murder and mayhem, Chucky was never really taken seriously. After all, it’s hard to compete with the big boys of horror when you’re pint-sized. But all of that is about to change. Chucky has taken over an old, carnival funhouse and is raising an army of Killer Dolls to take his ultimate revenge on humanity! Welcome to Chucky’s Funhouse…you’ll laugh yourself to death.    

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