Halloween Horror Nights 2016 At Universal Studios Hollywood!
by: -RoG-


Let's see how the waits are this year and... wait, what? 140 minutes wait for American Horror Story!? Egads!

Michael Myers is far less terrifying when he just stands silently in the middle of a retail shop.

Always good to see Krustyland. May it stand there forever.

The long ride down.

To say the lines were long would be a huge understatement.

Halloween was our favorite maze last year, so we had to go check out Hell Comes To Haddonfield this year.

Good they still kept the exterior of Michael Myers' home.

Into Haddonfield Memorial Hospital we go.

Not sure if he was eating his hand or if it had simply been cut off.

Looks like Michael didn't like his nurse.

I see you, Mikey!

I still see you, Mikey!

This TV screen was playing news reports and other random things, but every now 'n then,
it would cut to the Silver Shamrock commercial from Halloween III: Season of the Witch!

Michael stabs yet another nurse in the back, and lifts her off the ground right before our eyes!

Is it wrong that my first thought upon seeing this was, "Now that this guy's dead, who's gonna feed those poor fish?"

A nice recreating of the face-melting scene in the scorching hot tub water from Halloween II.

This room of floating, glowing Halloween pumpkins as a dream-like version of "Mr. Sandman" played was gorgeous!
A few of them were actual people dressed in all black too. You'll see more of it in the video at the end of this article.

It's hard to see here, but the maze concluded with you walking into a giant jack-o-lantern. I love that they added some
of their own original Halloween-themed ideas into the maze instead of just recreating all of the scenes from the films.

Decisions, decisions, decisions.

Gotta love how there was a full moon out that night too.

More lines wrapping around Universal's massive faux-city building facades.

Pretty sure there's a car under those lights.

"Tater Tot Terror Nachos" sounds like a band name just waiting to be used.

Nose Bleed Nachos, on the other hand, sound less spooky and more unappetizing.

Time to chill out with Krampus!

They really did a great job on the Krampus house exterior.
And it's already better than the "Dark Christmas Scare Zone" they had last year.

Pretty sure that ain't ol' St. Nick on the roof.

Jack Frost would approve.

It may have been a statue, but I still didn't trust it.

Somebody hanging inside the chimney.

Gingerdead Men coming to life!

Look! They want to be friends!


It'll swallow your soul, and everything else.

More snowmen that are totally harmless. Totally.

Merry Christmas!

There's still more Halloween Horror fun to see!
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