Halloween Horror Nights fans, listen up. Universal Orlando Resort has unveiled five more houses, five scare zones and two shows that will be at this year’s event, which runs select nights Sept. 3-Oct. 31 at Universal Studios. Read on for more.


Universal previously revealed five of the 10 houses at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights, including Beetlejuice (which some lucky park-goers were able to experience on Halloween last year), The Haunting of Hill House (based on the Netflix series), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (inspired by the 1974 film), Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives (which made a coronavirus-modified appearance last year) and HHN Icons: Captured. But onto the newbies and their descriptions, courtesy of a Universal news release.


  • Welcome to SCarey: Horror Heartland — Step into the notorious HHN town of Carey and witness its most horrifying haunts over the past 30 years.
  • Case Files Unearthered: Legendary Truth — Follow in the footsteps of a legendary paranormal detective on a ghostly mission.
  • The Wicked Growth: Realm of the Pumpkin — Become entangled in the sinister roots of Halloween.
  • Puppet Theatre — Fall victim to a fiendish theatre troupe. Universal gave a sneak peek of this house in a video last year.
  • Revenge of the Tooth Fairy — Uncover the darker side of a seemingly innocent ritual. Universal guests got a look at a COVID-modified version of this house in 2020.

Scare Zones

There will be five scare zones at the 2021 event.

  • Crypt TV — Enter the monstrous universe of iconic horror stories.
  • 30 Years, 30 Fears — Try to escape the frights of scare zones’ past.
  • Seek and Destroy — Resist succumbing to an alien cyber regime overtaking a future dystopia.
  • Gorewood Forest — Flee the wrath of the Terra Queen and her rooted, evil plans.
  • Lights, Camera, Hacktion: Eddie’s Revenge — Witness a box office “slash.”

Live shows

The 30th HHN features two new shows.



  • Marathon of Mayhem: Carnage Factory — This nighttime show projects some of the top names in horror and HHN history onto the Universal Studios lagoon.
  • Halloween Nightmare Fuel — Nocturnal creatures, aerialists and fire performers perform to rock, metal and electronica music.
Halloween Horror Nights: Universal now selling Frequent Fear passes

Multiple-night tickets for Halloween Horror Nights 2021 have been posted on Universal Orlando’s website, including express passes and Frequent Fear Passes.

In addition to these houses, scare zones and shows, the HHN Tribute Store will return with special merchandise and treats.

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Last year’s HHN was canceled due to coronavirus pandemic, making the upcoming event Universals’ 30th Halloween celebration.

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