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The 10 BIG Updates From Walt Disney World (and Beyond) This Week (August 23-29, 2015)

10. Universal unveils full Halloween Horror Nights 25 slate

While Universal previously announced Halloween Horror Nights houses based on Insidious, The Walking Dead, The Purge, and Freddy vs. Jason, the full lineup of houses and scarezones for this year's event has finally been unveiled. Here's a run down of all the new scarezones and haunted houses that were announced this week:

Haunted Houses

Jack Presents: 25 Years of Monsters and Mayhem This anniversary house, featuring icon Jack will feature Universal classic monsters, meat-grinding maniacs, and vintage Halloween Horror Nights characters from the past 25 years.

An American Werewolf in London This fan-favorite house from 2013 has been updated for 2015 with a new look and a few new segments as well. 

RUN: Blood, Sweat and Fears RUN is the most popular and brutal television show in the world, and in this house, guests will have to try and avoid skilled assassins known as Reapers as they work through “death obstacles” set up around Hellgate Prison. 

Asylum in Wonderland 3D  In this 3D house, guests can follow the white rabbit through the looking glass and into a murderous Wonderland.

Body Collectors: Recollections  The infamous Body Collectors have returned and are preying upon the unknowing inhabitants of Shadybrook Asylum in this house.


Psychoscareapy: Unleashed The criminally insane inmates of Shadybrooke Asylum have escaped (no doubt thanks to the Body Collectors) and are hosting a bloody costume party. 

ICONS: HHN Guests can come face-to-face with the icons from Halloween Horror Nights past, including The Caretaker, The Storyteller, The Director, The Rat Lady and more. 

Scary Tales: ScreamPunk A steampunk-inspired version of Scary Tales with plenty of alternate-universe horrors.

Evil’s Roots Halloween’s most evil traditions come to life in the scare zone located in Central Park, where guests will find traditional jack-o-lanterns, evil fairies, humanoid bats, scarecrows and more. 

All Nite Die-In: Double Feature Down the streets of San Francisco guests will find a theatre that has been named “DIE IN”, due to the gruesome murders that occurred there. Only the bravest will enter... 

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