If you are like us, you are already thinking about “spooky season.” Then you start thinking about what is going to be coming to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights? The question becomes, Who ya gonna call? “Ghostbusters.”
The 1984 film will be the basis for one of the 10 haunted mazes for the event, which kicks off at Universal Studios on Sept. 6, the theme park announced Wednesday.
The New York Public Library, the firehouse, the Temple of Gozer, scenes from the iconic film, will be featured in the house, along with spirits, specters and “ectoplasm-dripping phantasms,” Universal says.
Also appearing our favorite and we are sure yours, The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, who is larger than life in the film’s climactic scene.
Universal Studios Hollywood also will have a “Ghostbusters” house for its Halloween Horror Nights.
Previously announced houses for HHN29 include ones based on Netflix’s “Stranger Things” series; classic Universal monsters; a Yeti; Roman gladiators; and monstrous underwater creatures known as Mouthbrooders.
Halloween Horror Nights is an after-hours, extra-ticket scare fest held on select nights in September, October and November. It is not included in regular theme park admission. Single-night and combination tickets are now on sale. For more information, go to halloweenhorrornights.com/orlando.