Haunted houses based around the first two “A Quiet Place” films will be featured at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando and Hollywood later this year.

Here’s how Universal described the house in its press release:

Mirroring the silence in the films, the haunted houses will embrace unique sound design, special effects and the adept performances of the scareactors to convey the ominous sense of dread depicted in the films. Consequential to the storyline, Halloween Horror Nights will incorporate the use of American Sign Language (ASL) for the first time ever within the “A Quiet Place” haunted houses to capture the authenticity of the films.

Fans will relive the tension that will come to life in the iconic scenes from the first two films, including traveling through the farmhouse that serves as the Abbott family’s shelter and stepping into the root cellar where Evelyn Abbott escapes to give birth as one of the creatures closes in. The snarls of the larger-than-life predators will follow guests at every spine-chilling turn, and guests must remember: if they hear you, they will hunt you.

“A Quiet Place” and “A Quiet Place Part II” grossed roughly $640 million combined for Paramount Pictures in 2018 and 2021, respectively. The franchise has never been spotlighted at HHN before. Its placement this year will come after the June 28 release of a prequel film, “A Quiet Place: Day One.”   

The announcement marks the first HHN 2024 reveal of a house based around existing intellectual property. For Universal Hollywood, it’s the first announcement of any kind, while the Orlando event has already unveiled six other houses based around original concepts from Universal’s creative team. 

The 33rd edition of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Florida kicks off with a new $350 “Premium Scream Night” on Aug. 29, followed by 48 other event nights through Nov. 3. Check out the full schedule here. At Universal Studios Hollywood, HHN starts on Sept. 5, and will also wrap up on Nov. 3.