Common Studios Provides Blumhouse Maze for Halloween Horror Nights – The Hollywood Reporter


A maze based mostly on two Blumhouse movies will likely be a brand new addition to Halloween Horror Nights at Common Studios this fall.

The theme park on Thursday unveiled The Horrors of Blumhouse haunted home, which will likely be based mostly on the upcoming supernatural thriller Black Cellphone and horror-comedy Freaky (2020). The Scott Derrickson-directed Black Cellphone, starring Ethan Hawke as “The Grabber,” opens Friday.

“Friends will discover themselves trapped in his ‘enjoyable’ home the place the sound of ghostly voices whisper hints on escape, however company should tread fastidiously to outwit and outrun The Grabber’s twisted magic,” reads the Common Studios maze description.

Freaky will problem company to outrun serial killer ‘The Butcher’ who has switched our bodies with a highschool woman after being cursed by The La Dola Dagger, an historic Aztec blade,” the outline continues. “Friends will study firsthand that appears might be deceiving as they encounter the sweet-looking teen who is definitely The Butcher — and she or he is set to hunt for his or her subsequent victims.”

The Blumhouse addition marks the third maze introduced for the favored Halloween Horror Nights occasion. A Halloween maze, based mostly on John Carpenter’s iconic slasher franchise, is returning to the occasion held at Common Orlando Resort and Common Studios Hollywood. Halloween Horror Nights can also be providing an unique maze creation dubbed Common Monsters: Legends Collide.

Halloween Horror Nights started at Common Orlando in 1991 and at Common Studios Hollywood in 1997. The occasion returned final 12 months after being canceled in 2020 as a result of pandemic.

Common Studios Hollywood kicks off Halloween Horror Nights on Sept. 8. Common Orlando Resort’s Halloween Horror Nights, which incorporates 10 homes, begins Sept. 2.

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