Halloween Horror Nights will kick off its 27th annual manifestation at Universal Studios in Hollywood and Orlando in Mid-September, and fans of elite haunts and immersive experiences are chomping at the bit! We’ve been told to expect a maze based on Stephen King’s The Shining, as well as one based on Season 6 of American Horror Story (Roanoke). Other mazes have yet to be announced, but a site dedicated to Halloween Horror Nights-related rumors has a potential whale on the hook.
On July 12, 2017, Blumhouse Productions filed for a trademark for the name “BLUMHOUSE OF HORRORS” and while we cannot confirm that this is indeed for Halloween Horror Nights 27, we do know that this was filed for trademark in the Entertainment services section on the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The description for “Entertainment Services” reads as follows: “Entertainment Services, namely, production, exhibition and operation of themed attractions and live entertainment; amusement parks, amusement park services; Entertainment services in the nature of an amusement park attraction, namely, a themed area.
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As the home of heavyweight horror franchises including The Purge, Paranormal Activity, Sinister, Insidious, and Get Out, Blumhouse has properties for many years’ worth of terrifying mazes.
We’ll keep our ear to the ground regarding a potential Blumhouse of Horrors at Halloween Horror Nights 2017, bringing you additional details as they emerge. Stay tuned!
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