The film, directed by Fede Alvarez, was released in April and becomes available on DVD on Tuesday. It made $97 million at the box office. Its plot revolves around a group of friends, a book of the dead, demons and a cabin in the woods.
It's the second HHN house announced for 2013. Last month, the park revealed that there will be a house inspired by the film "The Cabin in the Woods." Both the Orlando theme park and Universal Studios Hollywood in California will sport "Evil Dead" houses this fall.
Universal Orlando has revealed details about its much anticipated expansion of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. It will open in 2014 at Universal Studios, the company said today.
“Just like the film, this haunted maze is going to be over-the-top, in-your-face and completely outrageous – and I can’t wait to see it,” Alvarez says.
Halloween Horror Nights, an intense, after-hours event that requires a separate ticket from regular park admission, runs for 27 select nights beginning Sept. 20. The final night will be Nov. 2.
Tickets are on sale at HalloweenHorrorNights.com/Orlando. Base price for a single-night ticket is $91.99; Florida residents can use a promotional offer that can drop that to $42.99, depending on date. The Frequent Fear Pass, which allows admission on 15 select nights, sells for $83.99.
Universal also is now selling its Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass, which grants front-of-line access to haunted houses. Its price ranges from $49.99 to $99.99, depending on the night, on top of the regular admission fee.
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Orlando Sentinel's Jason Garcia talks with FOX35 about expansions at Universal Orlando.