For the first time ever, Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters is coming to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights in a new haunted house.
Celebrating its 35th anniversary, you’ll jump through the movie screen of the original 1984 film and walk through some of your favorite scenes like the Temple of Gozer and more.
In this haunted house, you’ll be transported to the streets of New York as the rift between worlds opens, releasing ghoulish spirits, hideous specters and ectoplasm-dripping phantasms in every shape and size. Come face-to-face with the voracious Slimer, the all-power Gozer the Gozerian, Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man and more.
Peter, Ray, Egon and Winston will have to save the day as these paranormal creatures materialize in unexpected places – but will their proton packs be enough?
This year from Sept. 6 – Nov. 2, Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights brings together stories and visions from the world’s most notorious creators of fear, from cinematic greats and crazed current cult favorites to the park’s original abominations. You’re never quite sure if your spine is tingling with dread or sheer excitement.
Universal Orlando takes fear to the max. From Sept. 6 – Nov. 2, the 80s return with a vengeance with 10 totally terrifying haunted houses, 5 pulse-pounding scare zones and outrageous live entertainment. From cinematic screams to the most horrifying cult classics, there’s no escape from the decade that just won’t die.
And in case you missed it, check out our previous Halloween Horror Nights announcements for this year:
- Netflix’s Stranger Things Returns to Halloween Horror Nights in All-New Haunted House Experience
- Enter an Arena of Gore with Nightingales: Blood Pit at Halloween Horror Nights
- Face the Biggest Names in Horror, Universal Monsters, at Halloween Horror Nights
- Descend Into Terror in Depths of Fear at Halloween Horror Nights
- Face the Brutal Beasts of Yeti: Terror of the Yukon at Halloween Horror Nights
WARNING: Event may be too intense for young children and is not recommended for children under the age of 13. No costumes or masks allowed.