ORLANDO, Fla. – Universal Orlando has revealed two more haunted houses for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights.

What You Need To Know

The latest announcements include houses based on the 1974 film “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” and Universal’s Bride of Frankenstein.

The "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" house will be inspired by the iconic slasher film and visitors will find themselves venturing through various scenes, including a dilapidated gas station and an old farmhouse. 

"They will witness unimaginable horrors around every corner, soon discovering that nowhere is safe from the demented Leatherface," Universal said in a news release Thursday. 

"Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives" is also joining the lineup for this year's event. The house, which was opened to day visitors last year despite Halloween Horror Nights being canceled, will tap into Universal's classic 1935 film "The Bride of Frankenstein." In this house, the Bride has become a scientist obsessed with reviving Frankenstein's Monster. 

The 2021 edition of Halloween Horror Nights also includes haunted houses inspired by "Beetlejuice" and the Netflix series "The Haunting of Hill House," which were previously announced by Universal Orlando. 

Universal is also bringing back popular icon Jack the Clown. 

Halloween Horror Nights begins Sept. 3 and runs on select nights through Oct. 31.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit halloweenhorrornights.com.


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