Ash vs. Evil Dead will be part of this year's Halloween Horror Nights

Ash vs. Evil Dead

Every year, the Universal Studios theme parks celebrate the Halloween season with Halloween Horror Nights, often building scary mazes around popular horror properties. This year, the Halloween Horror Nights mazes at Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood will include one based on THE SHINING and another inspired by the Roanoke season of American Horror Story. It was recently announced that another maze will be based on the Starz television series Ash vs. Evil Dead, a follow-up to the original EVIL DEAD trilogy (THE EVIL DEAD, EVIL DEAD II, ARMY OF DARKNESS) in which Bruce Campbell reprises the role of dim-witted hero Ash Williams, who is still battling demonic Deadites 30 years after his first encounter with them.

Universal's Ash vs. Evil Dead maze will 

transport guests into the town of Elk Grove, Michigan, where they will encounter Deadites – people or objects possessed by evil demons – that have been unwittingly unleashed by Ash Williams – again.  Throughout the maze, guests will come face-to-face with disturbing characters and iconic comedic and gory scenes from seasons 1 and 2 as they desperately try to escape all things evil... before it’s too late.

The maze will open on September 15th and guests will be able to venture through it on select nights until November 4th.

I have never been able to attend Halloween Horror Nights at a Universal park, but they frequently build mazes that make me wish I could be there to experience them. This year I'll be wishing I could go through both the Ash vs. Evil Dead and SHINING mazes.

Extra Tidbit: Do you attend Halloween Horror Nights?



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