Halloween Horror Nights 2014 dates announced with more nights, eight haunted houses in 24th year at Universal Orlando

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Though it’s only March, Universal Orlando is already looking ahead to their spookiest season, announcing the dates for Halloween Horror Nights 2014.

Now in its 24th year, Halloween Horror Nights will take place at Universal Studios Florida on 28 select nights from September 19 through November 1. (That number of nights sounds like a familiar horror film…)

Universal has also revealed Halloween Horror Nights 24 will feature 8 eight haunted houses, multiple street experiences, and two live shows.

Their newly-updated web site describes the event as follows:

Step right into some of the most pulse-pounding moments in horror history at Universal Orlando® Resort’s Halloween Horror Nights, the nation’s premier annual Halloween event. During the day, you can experience the fun and excitement of Universal Orlando’s two amazing theme parks. But on select nights from September 19 through November 1, 2014, the streets of Universal Studios Florida® theme park come alive with hordes of horrifying mutants, monsters and maniacs.

You’ll be immersed in the worlds of the biggest names in horror as you explore eight terrifying haunted houses, make your way through multiple street experiences where creatures lurk around every turn, enjoy outrageous live shows, and experience many of the park’s most exciting rides and attractions.

The site and their official Facebook page both have graphics featuring an eye, one terrified and one sinister (and moving):

But no further information on a theme or specific haunted house and scare zone details has been released.

The specific event nights are as follows:
September 19, 20, 25, 26, 27 and 28
October 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30 and 31
November 1

Universal notes that ticket packages and more information about the event will also be released soon.


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    Eric B. Freeman

    Well, it’s too bad that Universal would never create a HHN attraction based on a guerrilla horror film “Escape from Tomorrow” for two reasons:

    1. Is because both Disney and Universal are both major competitors of theme parks.
    2. Is because is that “Escape from Tomorrow” is not a great film.

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      3. It wan’t really a horror film.

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        Eric B. Freeman

        Really? I thought it was because I researched about it although I did not seen it. Why did you think it wasn’t really a horror film? What kind of genre is “Escape from Tomorrow”?

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          If you “did not seen it,” how do you know if it’s any good or not?

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            Eric B. Freeman

            Well, when I listened one the past episodes of Inside the Magic, Ricky mentioned that even though he didn’t saw it, he said that movie is kinda bad according to other people opinion.

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    Charles Bartlett

    I see you 2 maybe? Does anyone remember I see you from the 90’s?

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    Eric You

    i will give universal a little more time but unless this studio release all the info on their 24th event when the clock strikes 121 days then i will unleash true fear upon all pathetic mortals.

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