ORLANDO, Fla. — Get ready for a double dose of terror this fall.
Universal Orlando Resort has announced “The Horrors of Blumhouse,” which will bring to life two of the studios’ recent fright fests: “The Black Phone,” which opened last weekend, and “Freaky,” the 2020 horror-comedy, under one roof.
For “The Black Phone” half, guests will find themselves trapped in a house where ghostly voices will whisper hints on how to escape as they must outwit and outrun “The Grabber,” the creepy, mask-wearing villain in the film.
In the “Freaky”-inspired portion of the house, guests will have to outrun the serial killer “The Butcher,” who has switched bodies with a high school girl.
Halloween Horror Nights begins in Orlando Sept. 2. Click here for ticket information.
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