“Evil Dead” is returning to Universal Studios Hollywood as one of the haunted houses at this fall’s Halloween Horror Nights.

The park released its full lineup of houses for this year’s event on Wednesday. Last year’s “Evil Dead Rise” film will be the basis for one of the six houses based around existing horror TV and film properties, alongside:

  • Stranger Things 4
  • The Last of Us
  • The Exorcist: Believer
  • Universal Monsters: Unmasked 
  • Chucky: Ultimate Kill Count

Those five houses are also coming to Universal Orlando’s version of HHN. “Evil Dead Rise” will be exclusive to Hollywood. This marks the return of the “Evil Dead” franchise to HHN, having last been featured in 2017 in both Hollywood and Orlando with a house based around the TV series “Ash Vs. Evil Dead.” 

Universal Hollywood will be getting two more houses based around original concepts: 

  • Monstruos: The Monsters of Latin America, which Universal said “includes the most terrifying ghosts and creatures from Latin American folklore.”
  • Holidayz in Hell, a returning house that was last seen at HHN Hollywood in 2019. 

The park’s tram tour will once again be transformed into the Terror Tram for the event. This year’s version is named “Terror Tram…The Exterminatorz,” and follows a tour guide named Larry Larva who is “out to get rid of humans with the help of his killer new pesticide,” according to Universal. 

Universal Hollywood also revealed some of HHN’s special food offerings, including a Surfer Boy Pizza stand taken from “Stranger Things 4” and a “Chucky”-themed BBQ restaurant inside Hollywood & Dine. For Harry Potter fans, Hogsmeade will be open during HHN and feature the return of roaming Death Eaters around the land. 

Universal Hollywood has one last set of HHN reveals left: the scare zones, none of which have been confirmed, even with the event set to begin in less than one month on Sept. 7.