Michael Myer Added To Universal Studio Horror Nights
People might have thought that Michael Myer’s knife-slashing days are over, but it seems that the famous masked killer will make a comeback. The notorious character will be seen again at the Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights in a maze based on the second film of the classic horror flick, Halloween. Just like before, Mike Myers, the infamous masked killer, will terrorize a town-full of victims and hunt his potential victims. In this case, Myers’ victims will be the guests joining the Halloween Horror Nights. With the collaboration of Universal Studios and Compass International Pictures, the event intends to make the lives of the guests a bit more suspenseful and terrifying.
Michael Myers will be seen in Halloween: Hell Comes to Haddonfield|strong, which boasts to be much more terrifying and filled with creepier scare actors than the previous Halloween maze. The maze starts with the last scene from the movie, where Mike Myers disappeared after falling down from bedroom window. As they go through the maze, the guests should avoid the killer’s knife at every turn. They also get to relieve some iconic scenes from the film as they explore the maze until they arrive at a certainly horrifying finale.
As we all know, Halloween tells the story of the mad masked killer, Michal Myers, who killed his sister at a very young age. He institutionalized for many years before he manages to escape and come back to the outside world and start killing people again. Jamie Lee Curtis landed her first acting role in the movie, where she played the baby sitter who was hunted by Michael Myers during Halloween.
Aside from the Halloween Maze, Hostel director, Eli Roth, and his digital network Crypt TV will be in charge of the Terror Tram, which is the first signature attraction created by the famous filmmaker and will become part of this year’s Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood. In Terror Tram, the guests will learn about the serial killer clown Hollywood Harry, a former celebrity clown-turned murderer, the macabre scenes that he had made along the way. Terror Tram promises to be one of the scariest thing created by Eli Roth.
Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights is one the Halloween events that a lot of people look forward to. It has been visited by people from around the globe for more than 20 years now, including the one in Orlando, and it provided people with the privilege of being the victim in their own horror film. The areas included in the events are turned into scare zones, which are filled with scare actors waiting for their victims at every corner. People can also visit haunted houses that are based from famous slasher films, horror television series, and true-to-life stories.