See which celebrities have braved the mazes at Universal Studios – Orange County Register

Halloween Horror Nights is in full swing at Universal Studios Hollywood in Universal City. Featuring eight walk-through mazes, three fear zones and the expanded Terror Tram, the seasonal event will run on select nights through October 31st.

With event producers creating attractions based on some of the biggest horror movies and TV shows — including this year’s Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Halloween, Nope, and The Black Phone — HHN tends to attract high-profile horror movies to fans, including several actors the movies and shows that have inspired mazes over the years.

The 2022 haunted season has spawned stars from TV shows like What We Do in the Shadows and Stranger Things, as well as movies like It, Scream, and Carrie. With R&B star The Weeknd having an attraction at the event this year based on his After Hours album, several musicians have also performed, including singer-songwriter Demi Lovato, Swedish DJ Alesso, singer Robin Thicke and Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz, The Regrettes singer Lydia Knight and Wallows singer, guitarist and horror actor Dylan Minnette.

HHN also features attractions based on original concepts from event producers, including Scarecrow: The Reaping, in which crows and scarecrows have taken over an old farmhouse, and Universal Horror Hotel, set in a 1920’s Hollywood hotel turned hunting ground has become a notorious serial killer.

Universal monsters are back as The Wolf Man, Dracula and The Mummy battle it out in the maze of Legends Collide. Michael Myers still chases Laurie Strode in the “Halloween” attraction; La Llorona: The Weeping Woman continues to search for young souls in her labyrinth; and The Horrors of Blumhouse returns with a new double feature: The Black Phone and Freaky.

There’s even a fun mashup of two Jordan Peele films on the Universal backlot, where Peele’s latest thriller Nope meets his 2019 horror film Us.

Halloween Horror Nights

When: 7pm on select nights through October 31st

Where: Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal City Plaza 100, Universal City

Tickets: $72-$102 general admission; $179-$289 Universal Express; $219-$329 Universal Express Unlimited; $112-$154 After 2pm day/night passes; $319-$449 RIP Tour; $199 Frequent Fear Pass; $329 Ultimate Fear Pass. All tickets are available now at See which celebrities have braved the mazes at Universal Studios – Orange County Register

Adam Bradshaw

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