UNIVERSAL Orlando has announced this year’s month-long Halloween Horror Nights experience.
For the first time, it will feature attractions from popular TV shows Stranger Things and Ghostbusters.
Taking place between September 6 and November 2, the month long fear-fest will scare guests with an abundance of spooky experiences, including ten haunted houses and five scare zones.
This year features an 80s themed extravaganza with iconic film and TV series set in the era.
A Stranger Things haunted house will allow guests to be terrified while walking through Hawkins, Chief Hopper’s cabin as well as the Starcourt Mall featured in series 3.
Along the way, you’ll face the scary creatures of the Netflix series including the Demodogs.
The week-long event will also include some of the biggest baddies from Ghostbusters, such as the Slimer, Gozer the Gozerian and the famous Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
Guests will watch heroes Peter, Ray, Egon and Winston come and save the day with their proton packs as they try and fight the ghosts and ghouls.
Other experiences will include the Universal Orlando original Yeti: Terror of the Yukon as guests battle to escape the arctic caves featuring the yeti, as well as Depths of Fear, where you are a deep-sea miner trying to avoid the deadly parasitic monsters.
Going back in time, a fight-to-the-death gladiator games set in Ancient Rome will excite history fans.
Their latest announcement included Killer Klowns from Outer Space, as guests try to avoid them as they perform creepy experiments.
Of course, classic creatures such as Dracula, Frankenstein and mummies will feature during the fright fest.
It is not recommended for kids under the age of 13 as it is “too intense” for young children.
Single night tickets start from $67.99 (£54) excluding tax, while multiple night passes start from $109.99 (£88) excluding tax if bought online.
Other terrifying Halloween events take place at theme parks around the world including PortAventura World in Spain and Alton Towers’ famous ScareFest.
Dreamland in Margate and Thorpe Park’s Fright Nights are also popular with guests during the scary season.
Even the kids can join in, with Chessington World of Adventures also featuring annual Halloween nights.