25 Times I Was Scared Out Of My Mind At Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights
Every year, Universal Studios transforms the theme park for Halloween Horror Nights. As a diehard horror fan, I was thrilled to attend — and also kind of terrified. I ended up screaming, a lot.
When it was hard to see anything through the fog.
And then the fog cleared and I was like, BRING BACK THE FOG.
When Chucky made an appearance. He's so small, and yet!
When this guy didn't even need a costume to be terrifying. Serving Patrick Bateman realness, y'all.
When I decided to check out the house from Insidious, despite having seen Insidious and knowing better.
When I realized I should probably just turn around. If you see this shit, and you keep going, that's on you.
Things that I didn't think would move started moving. It was incredibly unsettling, and I jumped every time.
And then this happened and I actually died. R.I.P. me.
So many clowns.
This is actually the worst thing I've ever seen. I'd pay good money to wipe it from my memory.
When I sought haven in this prison from The Walking Dead.
Turns out, there were zombies everywhere. I probably should have paid more attention to the show.
But seriously. Zombies. All over the place.
Some were more active than others.
Also, it was a vegetarian's nightmare.
But Woodbury wasn't much better.
When the government shutdown straight up caused The Purge.
And people responded accordingly.
When I was like, OK, one more maze, and it was the goddamn house from Evil Dead. I make the worst choices.
It was like being in the movie. NOT A MOVIE I WANT TO BE IN, THANKS.
When there were dead cats hanging from the ceiling.
Eventually I reached the film's climax and exhaled. Oh, spoiler alert.
When I realized there wasn't really anything to be afraid of, which meant all my screaming was for nothing. Sometimes I scare myself.
Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios runs through November 2.
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