The two houses will again be open Sept. 26-27 and then from Oct. 3 through Nov. 1.
Called Halloween Marathon of Mayhem, the show will utilize infrastructure that Universal debuted last year for its regular nighttime lagoon show, Cinematic Celebration.
It's the first time the 2003 film has been featured at Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights, but Universal Studios Hollywood has based three houses around it at past events.
Universal revealed the scare zones for the event, confirmed the return of the Academy of Villains, and mentioned another “brand-new show that will debut for the first time ever at Halloween Horror Nights.”
Just one day after revealing Jordan Peele’s “Us” for the event, Universal announced another original house named Graveyard Games.
“Us” joins an elite lineup of intellectual properties being showcased at HHN this year, including “Ghostbusters,” “Stranger Things,” and “Killer Klowns From Outer Space."
Not only does the house fit with this year’s 1980s theme, but Universal has a history of turning popular scare zones from one HHN into houses for the next event.
Ghostbusters have a long history with Universal Orlando, having been part of Universal Studios Florida's opening day lineup.
An original concept developed in-house at Universal, Yeti: Terror of the Yukon will be set in a remote part of Canada during an Arctic blizzard.