Holidayz in Hell house Revealed for Halloween Horror Nights 2019

Holidayz in Hell house Revealed for Halloween Horror Nights 2019

Holidayz in Hell house Revealed for Halloween Horror Nights 2019


Are you ready to return back to Holidayz in Hell, in a whole new way? For 2019, the popular scare zone from 2018’s event, will become an all-new house for the event!

Holidayz in Hell artwork for Halloween Horror Nights 2019 at Universal Studios Hollywood

Holidayz in Hell was featured as one of five scare zones at Halloween Horror Nights 2018. Guests would traverse through an area on the world famous Universal backlot, only to come face-to-face with demonic versions of such as Cupid, Father Time, and the Easter Bunny.

Here’s how Universal describes the house:

“A tortured Tunnel of Love, inhabited by a crazed Cupid on a quest for hearts to break or take will make this Valentine’s Day anything but romantic; an unhinged Uncle Sam will create a sinister July 4th killerbration; treacherous turkeys will gobble, gobble an unsuspecting family; and a sick Santa will adorn Christmas Trees with human body parts, with many other milestone killer holidays.”

Over the past several years, the event has featured iconic musical artists to become inspirations for original house, like Alice Cooper and Slash. Holidayz in Hell will feature original music from electronic music artist FIGURE.

An all-new scare zone will accompany the house in a creepy Christmas-themed area in the Upper Lot.

Over the past several years as Halloween Horror Nights – Hollywood transformed itself into what they called themselves as a “living horror” experience; this house is a departure from an IP-driven only event, to an original concept, which is a welcome surprise to many fans of the event.

Halloween Horror Nights 2019 begins on Friday, September 13, and runs select nights through early November at Universal Studios Hollywood.

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Marc N Kleinhenz Marc N. Kleinhenz’s first dream in life was to be an astronaut. His second was an Imagineer. While neither completely worked out, he now is the editor and podcast co-host for Orlando Informer. He’s also written for 32 other sites (including Screen Rant, IGN, and The Escapist), has had his fiction featured in several publications, and has even taught English in Japan. Imagineering school won’t be too far behind.