Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Orlando Resort are gearing up for Halloween. They have brought back a number of attractions specifically for the holiday for their annual Halloween Horror Nights 2015. The festivities begin on Friday, September 18th and run every Friday-Sunday through November 1st and operates from 7:00pm – 2:00am each event night. Beginning in October, they will also be adding Thursdays as another opportunity.
The popular zombie-themed maze based on Robert Kirkman’s comic book is returning. The Walking Dead: Wolves Not Far is an all-new maze experience based on the events and locations from season five. You can dodge the cannibals of Terminus, congregate at Father Gabriel’s church, and find yourself bound up in a warehouse or FEMA camp. Here’s a brief look at their video…
The Walking Dead: Wolves Not Far attraction is described as follows…
The Walking Dead is back with the biggest, longest, most gruesome footprint ever. The all-new maze experience, at a brand-new location on the Lower Lot, will retrace the most iconic moments from Season 5 of the hit AMC series.
Welcome to The Walking Dead: Wolves Not Far, where you relive the most intense moments of the show as you try to escape the horrors of cannibalism in Terminus, a lonely backwoods church cursed by the sins of its pastor, and a FEMA camp where the government has lost all control. Your journey will lead to a sprawling warehouse facility where a mysterious new threat that call themselves “The Wolves” are ready to spring the ultimate trap!
Even if you can survive the walkers, just remember…there are wolves not far.
Universal offers other mazes during the event based off Hollywood hits, such as:
- Insidious: Return to the Further
- Halloween: Michael Myers Comes Home
- This Is The End 3D
- Crimson Peak: Maze of Madness
- Alien vs. Predator
Besides the scary mazes, Universal Studios has based on the film The Purge called Terror Tram: Survive the Purge. Here’s a look at a short video about it…
You will also find a number of rides, shows, and “scare zones.” To learn more, visit the Halloween Horror Nights 2015 website.