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Steve Zall and Sid Fish

There is no "trick" to finding something special to "treat" yourself to at our local resorts and theme parks, with seasonal offerings such as:


"Halloween Time Disneyland" Returns as Mickey and Pals and Disney Villains Transform Disneyland Resort for the Season

The Disneyland Halloween season includes the return of Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy – the thrillingly “haunted” version of the popular Tomorrowland attraction – and the longtime favorite Haunted Mansion Holiday, in which Halloween and Christmas collide for an attraction inspired by “Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas.” Guests will also enjoy the new, nighttime water spectacular “World of Color,” performing nightly at Disney California Adventure park. Halloween Time offers families a chance to enjoy seasonal attractions and décor, as well as interact with beloved Disney characters decked out in whimsical Halloween costumes, and experience spooky fun with Disney’s more sinister characters, the Disney Villains.

Favorite Disney characters, including Mickey himself, will dress up in their favorite costumes. Guests will have fun, eat special holiday treats, play interactive games, listen to “spirited” music and watch a nightly character cavalcade that celebrates the season.

For Halloween fun at Disneyland, guests will enjoy Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy in Tomorrowland. The experience begins as a typical Space Mountain adventure, but suddenly launches voyagers into a haunted section of the universe. Ghosts appear out of the starry darkness and swirling galaxies of Space Mountain, reaching out as if to grab guests as they speed through space. The exhilarating drops and curves of the journey are punctuated by piercing screams, creepy sound effects and haunting music.

Jack Skellington also returns to take over the Haunted Mansion and bring back Haunted Mansion Holiday to New Orleans Square in Disneyland. Transformed to a mix of Halloween spookiness and Christmas tradition, Haunted Mansion Holiday is inspired by the classic animated film “Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas.” Jack and his friends provide plenty of havoc and surprises as they celebrate the holidays in their unusual style. Jack’s return to the Haunted Mansion includes the traditional Halloween/Christmas gingerbread house in the Mansion Ballroom, with some special spooky surprises in this year’s design.


Halloween Time offers frightfully delightful fun for children and adults including:

For spine-tingling fun, drop in at The Twilight Zone™ Tower of Terror at Disney California Adventure park, where a “supernatural” event happened on Halloween evening, 1939, forever haunting the building.

Main Street, U.S.A. in Disneyland is transformed for the Pumpkin Festival. More than 300 pumpkins will be on display in shop windows and none of them are the same!

Visitors to Big Thunder Ranch in Frontierland will find ranch animals, pumpkin carvers, Halloween décor and activities for youngsters, all presided over by Sheriff Woody.

Meeting Disney characters will be easier than ever as Disney villains gather to plot Halloween mischief at “it’s a small world” Mall in Disneyland, while other characters in spooky attire greet guests in Town Square, Main Street, U.S.A.

Rancho del Zocalo in Frontierland will honor Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead with traditional skeleton figures on display Sept. 19 through Nov. 2.

Special Halloween treats will be available in Disneyland, including menu items such as Zero’s Ghostly Ghoulash, served in a dog dish in honor of Zero.

Halloween Time gifts are offered in Disneyland Resort shops. Gifts include jack-o-lantern mouse ears and collectable pins depicting Mickey Mouse and his friends in Halloween costumes.

In addition, the private-party celebration that has been so popular with guests will return for 10 special nights in October as Mickey’s Halloween Party. Moving to Disneyland this year with a new name, Mickey’s Halloween Party is the separate-ticket event that invites adults and children to dress up in costume and trick-or-treat at the resort. This nighttime celebration is scheduled for Tuesdays and Fridays in October, plus Halloween night, and it includes:

Trick or Treating in the ultimate Disney neighborhood, with even more treats along “Mickey’s Hide-and-Go-Treat Trails”

New dance parties at Tomorrowland Terrace and the French Market

The “Halloween Screams” fireworks spectacular, hosted by “Master of Scare-omonies” Jack Skellington (presented exclusively for guests of Mickey’s Halloween Party)

New surprises in “Mickey’s Costume Party” cavalcade, performed twice nightly

Character photo locations featuring Mickey and his pals, princesses and other favorites

The opportunity to arrive three hours before the party starts to play in Disneyland

Nearly all the favorite Disneyland rides and attractions

Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure are open daily year round, and "Halloween Time Disneyland" runs September 17 through October 31 at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim. For more information call 866-603-4763 or


Knott’s Scary Farm "Halloween Haunt” is Opening the Gates!

Knott’s Scary Farm is preparing for the witching season, the annual opening of the world’s largest Halloween celebration in the world – Knott’s Halloween Haunt. Starting September 24 and running for 27 horrifying nights the typically family friendly theme park will transform itself for its willing victims into 160-acres of sheer terror.

Knott’s Halloween Haunt continues to be the leader in theme park Halloween events offering a whopping 13 mazes, seven hair-raising shows, three horrific scare zones and 1,000 roaming monsters roaming throughout the entire park.


Locked in a cement grave for decades, hidden deep below the depths of the lake, an abandoned “Fallout Shelter (in 3D)” is crawling with human/genetic hybrids, toxic mutants, and a host of nuclear freaks all hungry for carnage. Grab your Geiger counters and put on your radiation suits these residents are ravenous. Ghosts and ghouls, witches and goblins, long legged beasts and things that go bump in the night are all at your heels as you travel through the night through “Sleepy Hollow.” Specters and phantoms and legends of long ago haunt the living. Welcome to Pleasanton – Population: Zero. The highly infectious “Virus Z” has turned the entire town into cannibal zombies and you’re this week’s special. Hordes of bloodthirsty corpses roam the small town in search of fresh meat. Help has arrived, but they are not on a rescue mission – they are here to wall off the entire town from civilization.



The inmates really are running the asylum in this nightmare prison, “Lockdown: The Asylum,” and insanity reigns supreme. The inmates are out of their cells and their minds. And don’t scream for help, this hostile takeover has the authorities running for cover!

Step back in time and into the fog-filled streets of London where a host of infamous characters are on the prowl terrorizing city dwellers. Step lively or you may fall victim to Jack the Ripper’s blade or Dr. Jekyll’s twisted experiments as Big Ben rings out in “Terror of London.” God save the Queen…..and you!

Venture into the forbidden jungle of El Chupacabra where sacrificial blood rains down from the sky. The screams of La Llorona, the Weeping Woman, echo around you and the creatures of the night crawl from their crypts – “Dia de los Muertos,” the “Day of the Dead” has arrived!

Step right up! Don’t be shy! Welcome to “Uncle Bobo’s Big Top of the Bizarre in 3D.” Inside you will find a villainous variety of vaudevillian visages to vex even the most valiant voyeurs! It’s the greatest slaughter on earth with clown carnage galore!

Enter “The Labyrinth” for a journey through a forgotten forest and into the dark catacombs that lie beneath a ruined castle. The evil king is dead, but his cursed court still haunts the dark passageways and mythical beasts come to life as you try to navigate the never-ending corridors.

Folk’s from near and far come a-runnin for Farmer Willy’s world famous BBQ! You can smell the sizzling meat from miles away. And now you can learn his secret first hand, as you enter “The Slaughterhouse.” Farmer Willy will think you are prime beef as he sets out to auction you off to the highest bidder, tenderize you with his chainsaw, and grind you into a tasty meat treat. Bon Appetit!

“Black Widow’s Cavern” takes you to the heart of an abandoned mine overrun by a horrific pack of deadly arachnids. A trip to “The Doll Factory” reveals a twisted museum of death and disfigurement as you are pursued by the Marionette Murderer, a psychotic killer who turns his beautiful victims into life-size porcelain dolls.

In “Club Blood” the music is hypnotic and the cocktails are bloody. In the dark underbelly of the city, human victims are drained of their life to nourish the children of the night. Join the hypnotic dance macabre and explore the darkest nightlife around.

It’s harvest time and the crop is you in “Corn Stalkers.” Plunge into rows and rows of rotting corn and try to evade the bloodthirsty monstrosities seeking to impale you on their razor sharp scythes.


Take a sightseeing tour of Knott’s newest scare zone, “Necropolis,” a vampire world of flesh and machine, of gears and steam. Journey through the streets of this steam punk influenced city of the dead and discover the only truth in town:Blood is power.

There is no place quite like “Ghost Town,” home to a whole cast of night stalkers including the notorious Sliders who lurk in every fog-filled corner. You can’t see your hand in front of face as you try and navigate the winding streets that may just lead to the graveyard!

Knott’s Boardwalk is taken over by “CarnEVIL,” where the freak show is the main event and clowns crave your undying attention.

A trip to Halloween Haunt would not be complete without the shows! See one, see them all – Knott’s entertainment offers so many twisted choices. In the Ghoul Time Theatre, Ed Alonzo offers up his “Psycho Circus of Magic and Mayhem.” This self-proclaimed Misfit of Magic brings slight-of-hand, slight-of-mouth and slight of mind to this insane, psycho-sensory production. The Wagon Camp will be ablaze with Inferno. This lethal combination of fire, dance and pulsating music returns to create one of Haunt’s “hottest” shows with fire poi, staves, swords, hoops, fire eating and more! At Necropolis Theatre guests can watch the ghoulishly great performance of Street Drum Corps’ BANG!’s “Blood Drums” show. BANG!’s high energy drumming quartet is known for their unique blend of amazing percussion skills with ordinary found objects. Take in the pulsating power as this extraordinary drum troupe mesmerizes with percussive rhythm, music and lights. For those who enjoy improvisational comedy, the Hacks! group presentation of “Die, Die, Die!” will have you in stitches with their maniacal humor. And in the Boardwalk Ballroom the Hypnochick will have you mesmerized. At the CarnEVIL stage, “Zamora’s Sideshow of the Bizarre” returns. Zamora, the King of Torture, amazes audiences with his mind blowing, invasive, self-inflicted pain and torture. He amuses, amazes and makes your skin crawl! And of course, no Haunt would be complete without the legendary “Hanging” in Calico Scare. The Calico Courthouse has been transformed into a mausoleum where the townsfolk are invited to gather and let their voices be heard. Evil must be punished!

Knott’s Halloween Haunt dates are September 24-26, September 30-Oct. 3, 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-31, 2010. Event hours are 7pm - 1am; Fridays and Saturdays from 7pm-2am.

The Halloween Haunt at Knott’s Scary Farm is a special ticket event not covered by regular Knott’s Berry Farm admission. In addition to the event itself, Knott’s offers the popular “add-ons.” Packages for fright fans wishing to expand their experience include the park’s “Pre-Scare Dinner,” offering ticket holders dinner and early access to the event; three Haunt-inspired overnight packages at the Knott’s Berry Farm Resort Hotel; and a VIM (Very Important Monster) Escorted Tour for up to 6 guests. Once again Knott’s Pre-Scare Dinner Special offers Haunt ticket holders a themed “boo-ffet” dinner followed by early entry into Haunt a few minutes before it opens to the public (does not include Haunt event tickets and is only available to Haunt ticket holders with advance dinner reservations.) For reservations, visit or call (714) 220-5055.

For Knott’s Scary Farm guests looking to prolong their Halloween experience – or who are just too scared to drive home, Halloween themed hotel packages are available at Knott’s Berry Farm Resort Hotel. For reservations or more information, call the Knott’s Berry Farm Resort Hotel at (866) 752-2444 or visit

For guests wanting to minimize their time waiting in Halloween Haunt attraction queues, Knott’s offers a VIM (Very Important Monster) Escorted Tour featuring event admission and front of the line access to Haunt attractions for groups of 1-6 guests (includes one personal escort). Please call (714) 220-5298 for reservations.

Halloween Haunt is a scary event and definitely not recommended for children under 13, but for the younger set, Snoopy’s Costume Party in Camp Snoopy is an alternative daytime non-scare celebration of Halloween cheer rather than fear offered weekends October 2-31, 10 am to 5 pm and is included with regular park admission. This special, family event includes friendly monsters, a kid-friendly maze, crafts, and of course, trick-or-treat stations.

Knott's Berry Farm is open daily year round, and "Halloween Haunt" starts September 24 and continues Wednesdays through Sundays until October 31 at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park. For more information call 714-220-5200 or



"Brick-Or-Treat" Party Nights Expands at Legoland California Resort and Sea Life Aquarium

Legoland California has found a way to make the biggest kids’ Halloween celebration in San Diego even bigger! Brick-or-Treat Party Nights presented by Verizon expands this year with a new interactive musical “Mail Order Monsters”, a second Brick-or-Treat Trail in a new location and for the first time, Sea Life Aquarium gets into the spirit of Brick-or-Treat Party Nights with its own nighttime Brick-or-Treat Trail Bonus station. At Sea Life Aquarium, the Southern California Tide Pool is spooked with a bonus Brick-or-Treat station. Kids will receive candy and other surprises while learning about the “monsters” of the deep every Saturday in October from 5 to 8 p.m..

The new Brick-or-Treat Trail can be found atop the Model Shop in Miniland USA. Every Saturday and Sunday in October (Oct. 2 & 3, 9 & 10, 16 & 17, 23 & 24, 30 and 31), revelers 12 and under can trick-or-treat on one of the Park’s exclusive Brick-or-Treat Trails gathering goodies such as a commemorative LEGO® brick, delicious treats and other surprises. These kid-sized cul-de-sacs feature LEGO-themed treat stations and offer a safe, fun and entertaining trick-or-treating experience. 

Then every Saturday in October from 5 to 9 p.m., the family theme park transforms into a not-too-spooky Halloween haven for Brick-or-Treat Party Nights featuring costume contests, nighttime trick-or-treating on the Brick or Treat Trails, festive music, entertainment, interaction with the “Boo Crew” and fantastic lighting effects. Several monstrously fun areas of Legoland are open late for Party Nights Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and 31, including Land of Adventure, Castle Hill, the Imagination Zone and Park favorites Coastersaurus, Safari Trek and Fairy Tale Brook. Children can also enjoy ghoulishactivities like the Haunted Hideaways and a Legoland pumpkin patch building activity plus glow-in-the-dark treats for nighttime fun. The popular Howler of the Hour contest returns for young guests who really want to scream this Halloween, and the wonderful witch sisters Hubble Bubble and Zany Zelda expand their popular Dance Party to the Imagination Zone to really get the party bubbling.

The much-anticipated costume contest returns to Brick-or-Treat Party Nights where children 12 and under show off their boo-tiful costumes in three categories including Heroes, LEGO-themed and Creative. Prize packages including Legoland Resort memberships and souvenirs, LEGO toys and gifts are awarded to the winner in each category. In the new, live stage show, “Mail Order Monsters”, 10-year old Princess Playwright has ordered some delightfully scary monsters for the Brick-or-Treat celebration but the mischievous Jester Funny Bones conjured up a spell to make the monsters as sweet as candy. Guests have to help the Princess retrain her monsters and break the spell all in time for the big Halloween celebration!

Every day throughout the month of October, families can climb aboard a giant LEGO jack-o-lantern to capture a fun and memorable photo. The jack-o-lantern, which is more than 7 feet wide, is made of 22,000 DUPLO® bricks and weighs 850 pounds! Children will also love interacting with the “Boo Crew” including Silly Scarecrows, Howlin’ Howie, Jester Funny Bones and Count Brickula as they “boo-gie” down during Party Nights.

All Brick-or-Treat and Party Nights festivities are included in the price of regular one-day admission to Legoland California. During Brick-or-Treat, Legoland is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturdays and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Sea Life is staying open until 8 p.m. on Saturdays for those wanting to explore the Aquarium after dark. Guests can pre-purchase Brick-or-Treat tickets online, which include Sea Life Aquarium admission and receive a complimentary second-day ticket valid through December 25.

"Brick-or-Treat" runs on Saturday and Sunday from October 2 through October 31 at Legoland California Resort and Sea Life Aquarium in Carlsbad. For more information call 760-918-5346 or visit


SeaWorld San Diego Resort presents "Halloween Spooktacular"

SeaWorld San Diego’s getting into the “spirit” of Halloween this year with a not-too-scary celebration — Halloween Spooktacular. Every Saturday and Sunday in October 2010, guests will enjoy a sea-inspired atmosphere with fun and friendly Halloween-costumed characters along the pathways, plus cookie decorating, and trick-or-treating in a safe, family-friendly environment. Also, the whole family is sure to enjoy SeaWorld’s  spooky-kooky Halloween show “Clyde & Seamore’s Trick or Treat,” and the little ones will love Sesame Street’s “Countdown to Halloween.” New in 2010 is the return of an old favorite at SeaWorld’s Mission Bay Theater: “Pirates 4-D,” a hilarious adventure featuring special effects and starring Leslie Nielsen. SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular — it’s festive family fun for everyone.

Open daily year round, "Halloween Spooktacular" runs Saturdays and Sundays from October 1 to October 31 at Seaworld San Diego in San Diego. For more information call 800-257-4268 or visit



Six Flags Magic Mountain Brings You Thrills and "Fright Fest"

Six Flags Magic Mountain once again transforms from a “theme park” to a haunted “scream park” for the 18th season of Fright Fest Presented by SNICKERS®, Southern California’s most thrilling Halloween experience. Six Flags Magic Mountain offers 12 days of terrifying haunted mazes, roaming zombies, the scariest clowns on the planet and spooky shows. If that’s not enough, Six Flags Magic Mountain will add a “twisted” element to some of their monster coasters by turning off the lights, leaving riders to face their fears literally in the dark. And, the Fright Fest exclusive that coaster fanatics wait for all year … the transformation of one of the largest, most celebrated coasters in the world, Colossus BACKWARDS! Beginning October 8 and running for four frightfully fun weekends, Fright Fest leaves no tombstone unturned to bring guests the ultimate sensory overload for every range of fear. For the little monsters, a Trick or Treat Trail, Kid Scaryoke and Looney Tunes Harvest Festival in Bugs Bunny World round out the activities.

This year’s Fright Fest will feature a new maze and a scare zone, including BITE II, where sexy and sinister werewolves are out for a bite in this nest of the undead; and Camp Gonnagetcha, a new scare zone located in Rapids Camp. HypnotistsMark Yuzuik and Suzy Haner will put actual park guests in compromising scenarios in their hilarious stage show located in Golden Bear Theater and Dr. Fright’s Roc Zombie, a Halloween-themed Rock-and-Roll show, will take place every day during Fright Fest on the High Sierra Stage. Be sure to dust off your thriller moves and join in the fun as the popularSpooktacular Street Party returns for the second year. Plus, a new dance area for the dearly departed, The Six Foot Under Club, will debut in the main gate area. Heckles and Twitch, the infamously popular, irreverent and offbeat clowns, will perform their crowd-pleasing brand of menacing dark humor three times a night in Gotham City Backlot. Back for their 18th year of applying award-winning make-up, Scott Ramp and his “Scream Team” will transform 300-plus Fright Fest actors into ghouls, zombies, vampires and demons nightly. 


"Bite II" (New!) The sexy and sinister are out for a BITE in this recently uncovered nest of the undead. Will you be the one to be bit? (Not intended for children under 10, ages 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.) "Lecter's Slaughterhouse" Step on these deadly docks and enter the world of the celebrity butcher taking wretched revenge on the bowels of society. (Not intended for children under 10, ages 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.)"Willoughby’s Haunted Mansion" Horror awaits you at the Granddaddy of all Six Flags Magic Mountain mazes … there’s hair-raising terror around each nightmarish turn and dreadful screams down the long twisting hallways. (This attraction is not intended for children.) "Jokester’s Hideout 3D" Sneak through an all black-light hideout and catch a 3D peek of the funny projects on which the Jokester and his crew are working. But watch your back…sideshow clowns run amuck! 


"Escape of the Zombies" The dumping ground for failed experiments, some of these creations have returned and await those that tread down the dark, unassuming path. Beware of those you may meet along the way because their “people skills” are not what is normally expected. (Not recommended for children under 12.)" Warehouse 13" The ultimate test of bravery is at the toxic warehouse where employees are less than happy about seeing visitors. Be forewarned, work is mandatory and escape impossible. (Not recommended for children under 12.) "The Asylum" Enter at your own risk and make sure you keep the chain link fence between you and the menacing characters. Follow the light to the end of the maze … but only until the lights go out. 


"High Sierra Hypnotist" (New!) This amusing show stars the members of the audience. Guests who are chosen to be put “under hypnosis” will perform hysterical exploits never to be imitated “under consciousness.” "Dr. Fright’s Roc Zombie" (New!) Rock and Roll on the dark side. Performances of your favorite songs by the Six Flags ghoul patrol. "Spooktacular Street Party" Dust off your thriller moves and join the fun as these dancing ghouls travel the Park in the Fright Fest hearse. "Heckles and Twitch Show" Infamously popular, these two irreverent and offbeat clowns perform their menacing dark humor in GOTHAM CITY Backlot three times a night. "gRave" Dance, trance, resurrection! This is the gRAVE everyone is dying for. "Six-Foot Under Club" Feel it in your bones! Dance to the hottest nightclub tunes … spun by our very own DJ. "Dead & Local" Celebrate Halloween as local bands revive to perform live at the Carousel Bandstand in Six Flags Plaza.


"X2: Area 19" (New!) Get launched on a high-speed, heart-pounding journey through an abandoned facility taken over by aliens. "Colossus—Backwards!" (A Fright Fest Exclusive) Experience one of the largest, most celebrated coasters in the world – BACKWARDS! That’s right, back by popular demand. Travel nearly one mile on this dual track wooden coaster all while sitting completely backwards! "Spinning Thumper Bumpers" Pulsating sounds rock the craziest bumper cars into a totally new and extreme driving experience. "Rides In The Dark!" Face your fears with the lights off! Your favorite thrills in the dark on Terminator® SalvationTM: The Ride, Tatsu, BATMAN The Ride, Viper, THE RIDDLER’s Revenge and Goliath. Something so “twisted” would only happen during Fright Fest. "Meet Rip Morgue" Document your Six Flags Fright Fest memories with a photo of our Willoughby’s chauffer, RIP, and his “wheels.”


"Camp Gonnagetcha" (New!) For what lurks beyond the fog, no one knows. "City Under Siege" The insane and unruly run rampant in the streets of GOTHAM CITY Backlot. Prepare to feel really uncomfortable with these comic-like characters running amuck. "Exile Hill" Banished from mortality, this hillside taunts creatures haunting the grounds as caretakers of the Willoughby estate.


"Kid Scaryoke" Be a star in this very rockin’ Halloween party! Sing, play or dance, either way all eyes are on you in this moment of fame. "Looney Tunes Harvest Festival" Crafted especially for our younger guests to stretch their imaginations.”A Looney Tunes Trick Or Treat Adventure" Kids (under 48”) and parents walk with Looney Tunes friends through Bugs Bunny World where they will find tantalizing treats along the way. "Looney Tunes Characters" Grab your camera and meet your favorite Looney Tunes characters in their Halloween costumes.

Six Flags Magic Mountain continues its commitment to provide better entertainment, better service and better value to its guests. Beginning October 1, Six Flags Magic Mountain launches a new unprecedented value program -- Thrill Pass -- designed to bring the millions of thrill-seeking Southern California consumers the best value-priced entertainment package bar none! For one low price, guests who purchase the new Thrill Pass can enjoy the Thrill Park all day, every operating day – now – through the end of the 2011 season. With a Six Flags Thrill Pass there are no blackout dates – the Thrill Pass is good for unlimited visits and unlimited fun for 15 months! Plus, the new Six Flags Magic Mountain Thrill Pass is good at all 19 Six Flags theme parks across the country and comes with a Bonus Book worth over $300 in value-added Six Flags offers. Thrill Passes can be purchased online at or at the park’s Main Gate ticket booths. In addition, guests who purchase four Thrill Passes will receive four Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Season Passes FREE. This is a limited time offer so buy yours today! (Thrill Pass Bonus Book benefits are only good at Six Flags Magic Mountain.)

Six Flags Magic Mountain is open Fridays through Sundays throughout October with the exception of Friday, October 1, and Fright Fest ends October 31. Six Flags Magic Mountain is located in Valencia. For tickets call 661-255-4111 or visit



Universal Studios Hollywood presents "Halloween Horror Nights"

Five new maze experiences, new “Scare Zones,” a new “Terror Tram” backlot experience and the addition of the blockbuster new attraction, “King Kong 360 3D Created by Peter Jackson” – the world’s largest, most intense 3D experience –will debut at Universal Studios Hollywood’s "Halloween Horror Nights", where horror legends come to life.

"Halloween Horror Nights" mazes will include the all-new “A Nightmare On Elm Street™: Never Sleep Again,” “Friday the 13th™: Kill, Jason, Kill!,” Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses: In 3D Zombievison,” “Vampyre: Castle of the Undead” plus “Saw: Game On.” Among the six “Scare Zones” is a new “La Llorona” experience, based upon the timeless Mexican legend. “Chucky’s Revenge” – an all-new “Terror Tram” experience -- plus an express visit to the new blockbuster attraction, “King Kong 360 3D” Created by Peter Jackson and an all-new “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure” show will also be featured within the event.

Universal Studios Hollywood’s favorite thrill-ride attractions will also remain open for “Halloween Horror Nights” nocturnal affair, many with menacing twists. Favorites include “The Simpsons Ride™,” “Revenge of the MummySM – The Ride” and “Jurassic Park® In the Dark.” Updates on “Halloween Horror Nights” will be available, on Twitter at: or via Facebook at: “Halloween Horror Nights - Hollywood (Official).”, as Creative Director John Murdy reveals a running chronicle of exclusive information.

Open daily year round, "Halloween Horror Nights" starts September 24 and continues on weekends and other select nights through October 31 at Universal Studios Hollywood in Universal City. For more information call 800-864-8377 or visit the event web site at or the theme park web site


So go out and scare up some good times with your family and friends today. Happy Halloween!