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Hellblock Horror Has Been Revealed for Halloween Horror Nights 2022


This fall, orange just might be the new black. Yet another Halloween Horror Nights has been announced for 2022: prepare to step inside Hellblock Horror.

Here’s how Universal described the house:

Enter a prison whose savage inmates are monstrous creatures. If they break free from their cells, it’s a death sentence for everyone.

This won’t be the first time a prison sets the scene for a Halloween Horror Nights house. Back in 2004, Hellgate Prison was one of seven haunted houses featured at HHN 14 – and the origin of an iconic electric chair used in quite a few future houses. Cells, chambers, and corridors pulled you deep inside the brutal prison and directly toward death row.

We expect similar themes to arise for Hellblock Horror – along with plenty of deranged creatures seeking revenge and escape.

Halloween Horror Nights 2022 will run select nights September 2 through October 31. Find out everything you need to know about tickets here.

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About Michaela Bartos

Michaela was born and raised in Ohio, the coaster capital of the Midwest. With Kings Island as her local amusement park, she gained an affinity for thrill rides at a young age before later making the leap to Orlando in 2016. Passionate about helping families ball on a budget during their theme park vacations, Michaela loves offering tips and tricks for making the most of an Orlando visit. When she’s not writing about theme parks or dreaming of next year’s Halloween Horror Nights houses, she enjoys lounging with her two adopted dogs.