Halloween Horror Nights returns to Universal studios

by Mikel McGinnis, Staff Writer 17 views0

Universal Studios Hollywood kicked off Halloween with its annual Eyegore Awards and Halloween Horror Nights.

The Eyegore Awards honored this year’s top stars, filmmakers, and musicians who convey a horror genre.

Among the recipients were “The Walking Dead,” Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler, and Bruce Campbell of “The Evil Dead.”

Right after the Eyegore Awards, Universal opened to Halloween Horror Nights which features five new mazes, scare zones and the popular Terror Tram, where you will step foot into a zombie apocalypse.

The all-new mazes include AMC’s the “Walking Dead: No Safe Haven.” This eerie maze takes you through season 3, as you make your way through the West Georgia Correctional Facility and into the town of Woodbury.

Other mazes include Evil Dead: Book of the Dead, Insidious: Into the Further, Black Sabbath: 13 3D, El Cucuy: The Boogeyman, and Universal’s Monsters Remix: Resurrection returns with new frightening additions.

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