Halloween Horror Nights 32 odd fellows create curiously frightening experiences

Dr. Oddfellow's Collection of Horror, photo provided by Universal Orlando
Dr. Oddfellow's Collection of Horror, photo provided by Universal Orlando /

While Halloween icons might want to control people’s fate, Halloween Horror Nights 32 odd and curious twists and turns have people filling the night with screams. As the squad enters into the fog, the uneasiness lurking in the back of the mind cannot be controlled. Turning around might be preferable, but something compels another step forward. It is time to succumb to Dr. Oddfellow’s devious plan.

Whether people come for the 10 haunted houses, the five scare zones, or the people watching, the annual Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights event fills the theme park with people hoping to appease their craving for scares. With a beverage in hand to calm the rapidly beating heart, it is time to step into that dark, mystical world. Whether or not there is an easy return to the daylight remains to be seen.

To say that Halloween Horror Nights 32 odd, weird, and other worldly frights are front and center might be a curious phrase. With Dr. Oddfellow as the mastermind behind this year’s experience, the unexpected, strange, and unusual is embraced. Fate might be written in the stars, but everyone must choose one path or another.

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Dr. Oddfellow’s Collection of Horror, photo provided by Universal Orlando /

Even though many people can watch haunted house walk-thru, scare zone commentary, and other carefully crafted glimpses into the whole experience, a little sense of mystery adds to the enjoyment. With that sentiment in mind, this perspective will keep items hidden from view. Just like no one wants to know the climax before watching a movie, the twists and turns are part of the fun and should be experienced, not told.

Overall, the highly anticipated haunted houses deliver what people want. From favorite cursed scenes to immersing people into that video game world, the details will have people asking, Did I see that correctly Can I go again? Although it might not be possible to walk through houses multiple times during a single night, those visually creative scenes drive people to purchase that frequent fear pass. The jump scare might not be as startling the second or third time through, but the appreciation for the creativity grows.

Similar to previous years, Universal Orlando’s creative team deserves much praise for its original storyline houses. While theme park fans might wish that Dueling Dragons was still speeding guests across its track, the haunted house interpretation is extremely well done. Whether fire or ice is preferred, this experience deserves all the attention.

Since this year’s haunted house offerings might not be as creepy, have narrow passages, or blinding lights, the scare factor is not as extreme. Although there are plenty of frightening moments, the fear adverse will be able to handle these houses. Even those who could never sit through the original Exorcist will not need a guiding hand to steer them along.

While the haunted houses offer the intricacies, the scare zones make the night. Those interactive moments blend screams with a burst of laughter. From the chainsaw sound cutting through the quiet to the curious wreckage in the jungle, a safe passage is never a guarantee.

Given that Dr. Oddfellow is controlling everyone’s fate, he pushes and pulls people through the areas. Even though a traditional entry space that is normally filled with scare-actors has been removed, the paths to the back of the park beckon.

Adding to the Halloween Horror Nights 32 odd and curious experiences is the new Peacock’s Halloween Horror Bar. While other theme parks have interactive bars at their Halloween events, this locale delivered the one person that people wanted to see beyond the M3GAN hoard. David S. Pumpkins asked his questions; the answers might have been hidden in those cocktails.

Overall, Halloween Horror Nights 32 odd, curious, frightening, and engaging experiences welcome one and all. From iconic horror franchises to unique storylines, the night welcomes all those willing to step beyond the gate. The fog is waiting. Do you dare enter into it?

Halloween Horror Nights 32 at Universal Orlando Resort runs now through November 4, 2023. Tickets, available dates, and more can be found online.

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