Stephen King's 'Creepshow' Is Officially Coming To Universal's Halloween Horror Nights

Stephen King's 'Creepshow' Is Officially Coming To Universal's Halloween Horror Nights

A spooky maze inspired by the iconic horror anthology is coming to Universal's Horror Nights and it is the most fun you'll have being scared!

Remember the 1982 horror anthology movie directed by George A. Romero and written by Stephen King? The one which terrified us as kids? Well, Universal's famous Halloween Horror Nights event for the year has officially added Creepshow to their list of attractions meaning, a TERRIFYING maze full of creeps you won't expect is coming this Halloween inspired by both - the original classic and the new reboot currently in production.



The event will kick off September, Friday the 13th and meet you make your worst fears. “I’ve partnered with Universal Studios Hollywood and ‘Halloween Horror Nights’ for years and it’s a thrill to bring ‘Creepshow’ to life for the fans as part of this year’s iconic event,” said Greg Nicotero, the director of the reboot.

“I consider myself honored to have had the opportunity to work alongside George Romero and many other groundbreaking filmmakers who have inspired me. So to be able to create a television show based on the Creepshow movie, and then see it come to life as a ‘Halloween Horror Nights’ maze is a great way to pay tribute to this legendary filmmaker and introduce this incredible anthology series to fans old and new.”



Universal is claiming the event is going to be the 'scariest' of the year, "Prepare for the scariest, most intense Halloween event in Southern California created by the sickest and most twisted minds in horror and the movie studio that invented the horror film genre.
The event features terrifying mazes that bring to life the most frightening films and television shows ever. The thrills continue with our high-energy live entertainment and terrifying scare zones awaiting you around every dark corner." Tickets are now available and can be purchased here.


The King of horror made his screenwriting and acting debut through Creepshow and well, the movie was not only successful but it also emerged as a cult classic and an absolute must-watch movie on Halloween.

Now, 37 years after the original, Creepshow is getting a reboot, but it is nothing like the reboots we have been seeing lately, it is different. It is good. It is everything a horror fan can wish for!



According to BloodyDisgusting, the first season of the show will have six episodes. Each one of them will feature a story by some of the biggest writers in horror, namely, By the Silvery Waters of Lake Champlain by Joe Hill (NOS4A2), House of the Head by Josh Malerman (Bird Box), The Companion by Joe Lansdale (The Bottoms), The Man in the Suitcase by Christopher Buehlman (The Lesser Dead), All Hallows Eve by Bruce Jones (The Hitchhiker), Night of the Paw by John Esposito (The Walking Dead: Webisodes), and Bad Wolf Down by Rob Schrab (Monster House).



"WHAAAT?" Yes, exactly. Plus, it gets BETTER! Confirmed to be in the show is none other than horror legend Tobin Bell aka Jigsaw! Creepshow's TV reboot has announced the cast for the show revealing that not only is the SAW slasher a part of the series, but Giancarlo Esposito of Breaking Bad and Adrienne Barbeau, who we saw in the original Creepshow movie, are on board as well and fans are legit screaming with excitement! Creepshow reboot comes out this September 26th on Shudder.


As far as other events lined up for Universal's Halloween Horror Nights are concerned, you can stroll through haunted rooms and experiences inspired by Stranger Things, Universal's Monsters, Ghostbusters, and many more! Read more details here.


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