West coast and east coast fans of Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights have often debated on the “correct name” for the event’s special attractions. Are they mazes or are they houses? Well, it seems we may finally have an official answer.
- At Universal Orlando, the term “house” has typically been used, whereas at Universal Studios Hollywood, the term “maze” is more frequently used.
- John Murdy, Halloween Horror Nights Creative Director, posed a moment of silence to mark the passing of the term “maze,” as they shall henceforth be known as “houses” in Hollywood in the vernacular of Orlando.
- Murdy even offered up some fun other terms they jokingly considered, such as “Boo Boxes,” “Scare Shanties” and “HorrorHaus’.”
- So when you visit Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood this year, make sure you refer to your scary experience as a house, not a maze!
More Universal Park News:
- Universal Pictures’ Legendary Monsters; the Wolf Man, Dracula and The Mummy, will unite for the first time ever at Halloween Horror Nights in Universal Monsters: Legends Collide.
- On Thursday, June 9th, from 8:00pm to 12:00am, Universal Studios Hollywood is hosting an exclusive Pass Member Park Takeover Event.
- A long-time fan favorite restaurant at Universal Studios Florida, the Classic Monsters Cafe, has now permanently closed.