LOS ANGELES (REUTERS) - Horror fans can come face to face with their cinematic nightmares at Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood.
Brave visitors can visit over 10 attractions, all based around classic movies or upcoming ones and all designed to scare the wits out of you.
"We have Jigsaw, the new Saw movie. You can go through our Saw maze and there are scenes from that movie that we haven't even seen yet. The same goes for the Horrors of Blumhouse which is a compilation maze that we're doing with Jason Blum and the team at Blumhouse Films, where you can see The Purge, Sinister but also Happy Death Day, which is a movie that hasn't come out yet. It comes out Friday October 13," said creative director of Universal Studios Hollywood, John Murdy.
Celebrities attached to the films were asked to participate.
First up, Frank Grillo from The Purge.
"You know, I don't like jump scares. I don't like people coming behind me because sometimes that gets dangerous so that, I'm afraid of that. I'm afraid of what might happen, so who knows?" Grillo said.
Halloween Horror Nights will continue to run until November 4.