ORLANDO, Fla. — Two movies from production company Blumhouse will be the setting for one of the haunted houses at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights.

What You Need To Know

  • Universal has announced another haunted house for Halloween Horror Nights

  • The event will feature The Horrors of Blumhouse house, which will be themed to "The Black Phone" and "Freaky"

  • The house will be included at events at Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood 

​​​The Horrors of Blumhouse house, which is set for Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood, will feature the upcoming film,“The Black Phone” and 2020’s “Freaky.”

The house will “transport guests into an alternate dimension where scares are real and the stakes are life or death,” Universal said in a news release.

In “The Black Phone” portion of the house, visitors will find themselves trapped in the “fun” house of The Grabber, a demented magician know for making people disappear. For “Freaky,” visitors will have to outrun The Butcher, a serial killer who swapped bodies with a high school girl after being cursed.

This isn’t the first Horrors of Blumhouse house to ever be featured at Halloween Horror Nights. In the past, the event has had houses themed to other Blumhouse movies, including Happy Death Day, Truth or Dare and The Purge franchise.

This marks the third house announced for this year’s after-hours event, which will also feature Universal Monsters: Legends Collide and a house inspired by the 1978 film “Halloween.”

Halloween Horror Nights kicks off September 2 at Universal Studios Florida and on September 8 at Universal Studios Hollywood. It will run select nights at both parks through October 31.

For more information, visit halloweenhorrornights.com.


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