Halloween Horror Nights Orlando attraction
|Event||Halloween Horror Nights: Ripped from the Silver Screen|
|Park||Universal Studios Florida|
|Housed on||Mel's Drive-In|
|Based on||Numerous Horror Films|
Horrorwood Die-In was one of the seven scarezones featured during Halloween Horror Nights: Ripped from the Silver Screen. It was located outside of Mel's Drive-In.
The Hollywood Drive-in has been closed for years, and some say the abandoned grounds are haunted, where late at night the dim flickering images of carnage and chaos, monsters and madmen leave the screen and enter the real world looking for fresh victims to star in their latest horrors.
There was a large drive-in screen in the area, which showed clips from various horror films as well as a sneak preview into The Wolfman. Multiple scareactors would roam around and attack guests including, Norman Bates from Psycho, Regan MacNeil from The Exorcist, Man in the Mask, Pin-Up Girl and Dollface from The Strangers, Pig-Mask henchmen from SAW, a zombie Tony Montana from Scarface and The Thing from The Thing. And Barlow the master vampire from Salem's Lot.
If you watch the screen closely, you can see a scene from the episode "The Doll" from Rod Serling's "Night Gallery". The TV series was aired in the early 1970's on NBC, which is owned by Universal.
- The Wolfman
- The Strangers
- Harry Warden
- The Thing
- Regan MacNeil
- Tony Montana (Zombified)
- Zombie Ed
- Dead Cheerleader
- Norman Bates
- Old lady from Drag Me to Hell
- Pig-Faced Henchman