Michael Myers returns to Halloween Horror Nights in new house this fall

ORLANDO, Fla. — The boogeyman returns to Universal Orlando Resort this fall.


Michael Myers, the relentless slasher from the “Halloween” franchise that began in 1978, will return to Halloween Horror Nights in a terrifying haunted house inspired by the original classic film, Universal announced Wednesday.

Guests brave enough to enter the haunted house will come face-to-face with Myers as they make their way through an “eerily authentic” haunted house that depicts the most iconic and chilling moments from the critically acclaimed original film set in the fictional and infamous town of Haddonfield, Illinois, on Halloween night.

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“Myers is the embodiment of pure evil who unleashes terror at every turn, and guests will quickly realize that he will stop at nothing and no one to take his bloody revenge,” a news release states.

Watch the video announcement below:

Halloween Horror Nights kicks off at Universal Orlando on Sept. 2 and runs through Oct. 31.

The haunted house comes around the same time as the franchise’s latest Michael Myers trilogy concludes with the release of Universal’s “Halloween Ends” on Oct. 14.

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The “Halloween” haunted house marks the second one announced so far for this year’s event, followed by Universal Monsters: Legends Collide.

Select tickets and vacation packages for Halloween Horror Nights are now on sale. Click here to purchase.

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Adam Poulisse, WFTV.com

Adam Poulisse joined WFTV in November 2019.

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