HHN Monster

This is a fan page for my warped obsession & eternal love of HHN.

This blog is only for Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights. Reviews of any HHN event, comments, questions & submissions are welcome. I do not claim ownership of any of the displayed content unless otherwise stated.

The years I have attended: 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2011, & 2013.


Special thanks to:
www.halloweenhorrornights.com
twitter.com/HorrorNightsORL
horrornights.be
facebook.com/halloweenhorrornightsorlando
www.hhnyearbook.com
www.horrornightnightmares.com
www.horrornightscollector.com
www.hhncrypt.com
& the late, great hhnvault.com

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“Bloody Mary,” Universal Studios Florida, 2008.

These images were displayed on the Universal Studios Florida archway during Halloween Horror Nights 18.

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It’s a little early, but we’re on-site and awaiting tonight’s #HHN24 Team Member Preview! Join us at 7:00pm for full coverage!
#HHN #halloweenhorrornights

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30 Days of Halloween Horror Nights: What’s Your All-Time Favorite House/Maze?

This was a tough call. After much deliberation, I’m going with Halloween Horror Nights XIV’s “Hellgate Prison.” It was a close contest, though, and “Hellgate” narrowly edged out “Demon Cantina,” “Ghost…


Superstitions (2001) <3

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Tonight is our first in-depth opportunity to experience Halloween Horror Nights 24!

While the event is only open to Team Members and their guests, we’ll be there bringing you coverage of absolutely everything we see. Keep checking this website (HHNYearbook.com for those of you reading…

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The fifth scarezone at Halloween Horror Nights 21 was Nightmaze located in Shrek Alley.

An exercise in quite effective minimalism, this dark maze featuring ever shifting walls and shadowy spectres. 

Thanks to HHNYearbook.com for the four images in the second and third rows.

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30 Days of Halloween Horror Nights:  What’s Your All-Time Favorite Scarezone?

This was a tough decision.  In the end, I had to tip my hat to 2008’s ”The Skoolhouse,” which narrowly edged out 2010’s ”Zombi Gras” as my favorite scarezone of all-time.

"The Skoolhouse" was not the largest or most elaborate scarezone, but it had charm in spades.  Perched on the edge of the Central Park pumpkin patch, "The Skoolhouse" felt like a snapshot of a bygone era, though, admittedly, a terrifying, nightmarish bygone era.

The scarezone was instantly recognizable by its central structure: the crooked, dilapidated, one-room “Carey Elementary School” building (a mini-haunted house in its own right).  The school’s pupils, watched over by the cruel Headmaster Renshaw, came piling off a nearby bus, and it was immediately obvious that there was something “off” with these kids.  Clad in tattered and dirty straight-0ut-of-the-1950’s Halloween costumes, some of them carried cleavers, some of them carried severed body parts, and all of them were there to trick-or-treat.

What scarezone scared you the most?  Leave us a comment on Facebook or join our conversation on Twitter!

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I’d have to say Midway of the Bizarre. I know they brought it back a lot, but I miss it. Especially when it was in Amity. The scareactors hid all over the place. It was extremely foggy and eerie. Plus, it was awesome to go on Jaws and then get the crap scared out of you right as you get off the ride.

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Another puppet! #HHN23

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Another puppet! #HHN23

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30 Days of Halloween Horror Nights: Which HHN Icon Is Your Favorite?

Prior to 2008, I’d always had a soft-spot for The Caretaker.  His creepy-funeral-home-director vibe and fondness for cartoonishly-oversized medical instruments made him a genuinely scary character.  That is, until Bloody Mary arrived on the scene.

Now, I’ve been trying to piece together Bloody Mary’s backstory for months.  It’s a complicated, convoluted tale that spans over a hundred years of fictional history that, in the end, has absolutely nothing to do with why she’s my favorite.  In fact, I think I’d have a hard time pinning down one particular reason why I like her, but I’ll run through a few:

  • She’s moody:  Did you see the front-entrance video of her?  Mary swings from calm to RAGE at the drop of a hat.
  • She’s creepy-looking:  The facial scars and white eyes give me the willies.
  • She’s a snappy dresser:  Look at that dress in the picture above.  That’s some nice detail work.
  • She’s spastic:  Just go watch the official HHN 18 commercial again.  Those herky-jerky movements are always unsettling.
  • She’s kinda hot: Just look at those pouty lips.

Wow, when I put it like that, Bloody Mary sounds like some of the girls I used to date.

Which Icon struck fear into your heart?  Leave us a comment on Facebook or join our conversation on Twitter!

Photo by Universal Orlando, © 2014 Universal Orlando Resort. All rights reserved.

The Caretaker!! <3

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30 Days of Halloween Horror Nights: Which HHN Commercial Is Your Favorite?

I’ve always found Halloween Horror Nights 13′s commercials to be some of the creepiest in the event’s history. Juxtaposing the sedate, almost-melancholy sounds of The Boswell Sisters with the cold, emotionless…


I loved Bloody Mary’s commercial.

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30 Days of Halloween Horror Nights: Which Standalone HHN House/Maze Would You Most Like to Get a Sequel?

“Ghost Town” was a fantastic house. Not only did it have an interesting backstory, but the house was fantastically detailed, down to the memorable smell of stables and horse…

Nightingales for sure!

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Wednesday night is the Halloween Horror Nights 24 Team Member Preview!  We’ve snagged ourselves a ticket and we’d like to share the sights and sounds of the night with you.  We’ll be posting to this site frequently, so keep checking back for updates.

And, to make sure you don’t miss a single scream, be sure to follow us on …

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9049555450 c8f54e4898 b“ScreamHouse: Resurrection,” Universal Studios Florida, 2006.

The “Cindy” character has gone through many revisions over the years.

In the storyline for Halloween Horror Nights 16′s “ScreamHouse: Resurrection” house, she is depicted as the recently-deceased daughter of Albert Caine,…

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6024044163 aebb39c4e8 z“Jack the Clown” Photo Op, Universal Studios Florida, 2010.

Jack’s original costume made a reappearance at HHN XX.  While Ringmaster Jack occupied his own space in the “Fear Revealed” scarezone, the above version could be found in a special photo-op location on the bridge between World Expo and what was then Amity.

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