Halloween Horror Nights Terror Tram Will Feature Jordan Peele’s Films
As part of Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights, this year’s “Terror Tram” will include a crossover of Jordan Peele’s films Us and Nope.
The “Terror Tram” invites guests to explore parts of movie studio backlot on foot, allowing them to get a closer look at some of the famous sets. Per Universal Studio Hollywood’s press release:
This year, the villainous Hollywood Harry unravels “Hollywood Harry’s Halloween,” a nightmarish spectacle with a demented cast of characters that winds past the iconic Psycho House then through Steven Spielberg’s War of the Worlds set. As guests make their way through a choreographed massacre at the Jupiter’s Claim set from Nope, they will encounter The Tethered from Us in a frightening finale of epic proportions. After the success of the 2019 “Us” house, this experience will feature all-new choreography by conceptual artist and choreographer Madeline Hollander.
Along with the Terror Tram, there are several haunted houses for guests to explore which include: “The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare”, “Halloween”, “The Horrors of Blumhouse”, “Universal Monsters: Legends Collide”, “Killers Klowns from Outer Space”, “La Llorona: The Weeping Woman”, “Scarecrow: The Weeping”, and “Universal Horror Hotel”.
There are also new scare zones: “El Pueblo del Terror”, “Sideshow Slaughterhouse”, and “Clownsawz.”
Along with the haunted houses and scare zones, award-winning hip-hop dance group Jabbawockeez will be performing a nightly show.
Halloween Horror Nights kicks off September 8.