‘The Exorcist: Believer,’ Chucky among full Halloween Horror Nights lineup announced

ORLANDO, Fla. — Halloween just got a whole lot more terrifying.


Universal Orlando Resort has announced more details for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights, running select nights at Universal Studios from Sept. 1-Nov. 4.

This year, there will be 10 haunted houses, some based off iconic properties, five scare zones and more.

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Among the familiar titles announced for Halloween Horror Nights this year are:

  • “The Exorcist: Believer” – Based on the upcoming film hitting theaters Oct. 13, guests will be transported from the bustling street market in Haiti where the purchase of a three-headed doll leads to the opening of a demonic portal and possession of two 12-year-old girls in the U.S.
  • Chucky: Ultimate Kill Count – Based on the hit USA and SYFY series and class films, the iconic killer doll will be the star of his own haunted house for the first time.
  • Universal Monsters: Unmasked – Journey into the dank Catacombs of Paris and come face-to-face with The Phantom of the Opera, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and The Invisible Man. Dr. Oddfellow’s Twisted Origins

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Other houses announced Friday are: Dr. Oddfellow’s Twisted Origins, Dueling Dragons, Choose Thy Fate, Yeti: Campground Kills, The Darkest Deal and Bleed for the Blood Moon.

These new houses are in addition to the previously announced houses based on “Stranger Things” and “The Last of Us” video game.

READ: Halloween Horror Nights dates announced, some tickets on sale

Five scare zones were also announced: Dr. Oddfellow’s Collection of Horror, Dark Zodiac, Jungle of Doom: Expedition Horror, Vamp ‘69: Summer of Blood and Shipyard 32: Horrors Unhinged.

The popular live show Nightmare Fuel: Revenge Dream will return this year.

Tickets are now on sale. Click here to purchase.

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Adam Poulisse, WFTV.com

Adam Poulisse joined WFTV in November 2019.