Two more houses based around horror films have been revealed for Halloween Horror Nights at both Universal Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood.
The first, Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives, was a part of the limited daytime HHN activities at Universal Orlando after the event was cancelled in 2020. The house’s storyline begins where the 1935 film left off, “thrusting guests into chaos as the Bride becomes an unstoppable scientist and begins her mission to revive Frankenstein’s Monster,” according to a Universal press release.
The second new addition will be based around “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.” Guests will have to escape the chainsaw-wielding Leatherface and a band of cannibals while stepping through scenes inspired by the 1974 film.
The original “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” was the basis for a house at Halloween Horror Nights 26 in 2016, while the 2003 remake of the film was a part of HHN 17 in 2007.
The Orlando event at Universal Studios Florida begins Sept. 3 and runs on select nights through Halloween. So far, four of its 10 houses have been revealed, with Thursday’s announcements joining houses based off “Beetlejuice” and “The Haunting of Hill House.”
HHN Hollywood will be held on select nights from Sept. 9 through Halloween. While the event’s official page only has space for four houses, the latest speculation map from Horror Night Nightmares — which correctly predicted both houses that were revealed Thursday — lists a total of seven houses, along with the return of the Terror Tram experience.