Dare You Enter These Sci-Fi Halloween Mazes?

Dare You Enter These Sci-Fi Halloween Mazes?

Universal Studios opens up two different Alien themed Haunted House attractions at their theme parks in Hollywood and Orlando. Have you got what it takes to face up to the Alien or the Predator?

Halloween is almost upon us and theme parks around the worlds capitalise on this time of year with themed attractions. Universal Studios has opened up the classic haunted house (or haunted maze as I’ve seen it called. Perhaps this is an Americanism I’m not used to) attractions in their theme parks.

Universal Studios Hollywood has taken their Halloween Maze theme from the film Aliens Vs Predator: Requiem. As you can see from the video, a Predator space craft has crashed on Earth and you’ll have to avoid both species as you make your way through the maze.

WARNING: Videos contain strobe lighting!



At Universal’s other theme park in Orlando, the Halloween maze has taken it’s cue from James Cameron’s classic film Aliens. As you can see from the video, you’ll have to make your way through a Weyland-Yutani colony much like the film. Once again there’s jumps and scares provided by aliens and predators but at least you get some help from a few Colonial Marines.



To find out more and to book tickets, visit www.halloweenhorrornights.com.

Thanks to AVPGalaxy.net for the story.

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