Ready or not, spooky season is slowly stalking its way ever closer. The clearest sign? Universal Studios has already announced some of the eight haunted houses set inhabit its Hollywood-adjacent theme park for Halloween Horror Nights.
The first of HHN’s mazes to be announced for 2022, the new “Universal Monsters: Legends Collide” will stick the classic trio of the Wolf Man, Dracula and the Mummy in a 19th-century battle for the Amulet of Ra—all set to an original soundtrack by Slash.
In addition, Michael Myers will return in a Halloween-inspired maze, while “The Horrors of Blumhouse” will bring two of the production company’s flicks, The Black Phone and Freak, to life at the theme park.
And that’s all we know so far about this year’s lineup of mazes, but for reference, last year’s included ones inspired by The Haunting of Hill House, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Exorcist, among others, plus a The Purge-inspired takeover of the Studio Tour.
Halloween Horror Nights will run on select evenings from September 8 to October 31. Tickets cost $72 to $102, depending on the night; with Express Pass add-ons, options range from $179 to $329.
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