Horror Nights with The Cabin In The Woods

You and your friends thought this would be a relaxing weekend away at an isolated cabin. But you’re being watched. And manipulated. They are pulling strings to orchestrate a bloody sacrifice that dates back to the beginning of time.

You think you know this story. You think you’re in control. Think again.

This fall, Universal Orlando Resort is unleashing hell by bringing to life Lionsgate’s horror film, “The Cabin in the Woods,” at its terrifyingly immersive Halloween Horror Nights event.

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Universal’s Entertainment team is partnering with Lionsgate and film director and co-writer Drew Goddard to deliver a movie-quality haunted house experience that’s authentic to the film and places guests in the middle of an ancient fight for survival.

Running select nights from Sept. 20 to Nov. 2, Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights has a more than 20-year history of creating an entertaining, horrifying Halloween experience.

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The event features highly themed, disturbingly real haunted houses that are based on everything from films like “The Cabin in the Woods” to worst nightmares — and streets filled with hundreds of specially trained “scareactors.”

Tickets and vacation packages are on sale now and can be purchased at Halloweenhorrornights.com/orlando.

At Halloween Horror Nights 23, guests will step inside the menacing cabin from the movie and fend off a malicious family of zombies.

Just like in the film, guests will flee from the cabin and enter a hidden facility where a secret operative is plotting their sacrificial demise. Suddenly, a menagerie of bloodthirsty monsters is released — and they’re in the middle of all-out chaos.

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