Freddy and Jason Slash and Claw Their Way into Halloween Horror Nights 25

Freddy and Jason Slash and Claw Their Way into Halloween Horror Nights 25

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Freddy’s coming to get you, and he’s adding a machete-wielding killer to the nightmare – it’s Freddy versus Jason at Halloween Horror Nights 25.

Taking elements from the 2003 slasher/thriller film, Freddy vs. Jason, the Entertainment Art and Design team at Universal Orlando Resort will drop guests into the middle of this epic battle.

In 2007, both of these iconic horror denizens stalked their own houses at Halloween Horror Nights 17. This year, we’re placing them in the same house, knowing they won’t play nice. The body count will rise as each tries to claim the title of best serial killer.

Fans of the franchises have always argued which big baddie would win in a fight. The 2003 movie gave the fans a taste of this battle royal. At this year’s event, both Jason and Freddy will attack the guests from all sides, as the two villains try to tear each other apart.

The winding path will take the guests/victims through recognizable locations from each character’s world. Freddy and Jason will each get their due, but we must remind you…. this is Freddy versus Jason.

Will Jason and Freddy attack the guests? Absolutely. But they’ll also be stabbing, slashing and ripping each other apart. From Camp Crystal Lake to 1428 Elm Street, there will be many surprises capturing famous film moments.

This house holds something for everyone. The casual fan will be immersed in the environments and the scares. The uber fan will have the opportunity to scout out the multitude of Easter eggs hidden through out the house.

But in the end, there can be only one winner…

Check out this video and grab your tickets to see if you’ll survive both killers.

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  1. Eric You

    hey Freddie Kruger vs Jason is a great idea i hope the other houses and scare zones plus roaming hordes come to be the best ever. i think the other houses might be the walking dead, insidious, scream, american werewolf in London, an icon houses like hallowed past back in 2010, Alice in wonderland third dimension house, run house, and something similar to body collectors back in the past or a tribute to shady brook mental asylum as a house. i also think scare zones will features a steam punk version of scary tales from 2008, a psycho version of a fall festival, a tribute to Halloween’s traditions and origins, and a icon scare zone like face off, seven and others, and an all night die in scare zone like 2009’s horror wood featuring classic black and white horror movies and color horror movies. i think a hell gate inspired chainsaw drill team featuring all men and a twisted carnies gang with all females will bring pure terror to this years event.

  2. L Cavendish

    Silver Anniversary of HHN…hoping for something epic and spectacular to celebrate the milestone.
    Love to see something interactive…imagine characters and zombies throughout the park…all wearing sensors…you rent a laser for the night and see how many of the beasts you can zap. Like an entire park of Men In Black.
    Or make it interact with your smart phone…get a point when you get close to one of the participating characters.Think that was tried for a few nights last year…some sort of quest type game.
    Nine houses…definitely going to need Frequent Fear passes again this year.

  3. T.W.

    I wish Universal would open Islands of Adventure as well! They get way more profit and it won’t feel so damn cramped! Geez! That’s probably the only way I’ll come back. I’d rather go to Universal Hollywood. More space.

    • HHNJackReaper

      Actually the reason they stopped using both parks is because IOA was too cramped… Especially with the crowds nowadays..