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Is Beetlejuice Headed to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights?

It’s that time of year again. As we head into spring, we start to hear firm rumors about Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Parks. While it’s early to firm up an entire list of houses headed to the event, the one we keep hearing and believe is locked in is Beetlejuice.

That’s right. The 1988 classic has been on a short list for a few years to be added to Halloween Horror Nights. Now before you jump up and say “Beetlejuice isn’t a horror film!”. You’re correct.

What Universal has learned over the last few years is having films or television shows that can even be considered creepy might be a great fit for Horror Nights. After the great success of Ghostbusters in 2019, Universal is looking for a house that’s low on scared and high on nostalgia. Beetlejuice checks both of those boxes.

Beetlejuice as a Halloween Horror Nights House actually checks another nostalgia box for those fans still mourning the loss of the Beetlejuice Graveyard Revue which closed to make way for Fast & Furious: Supercharged.

As always, this should be considered rumor until it is officially announced by Universal. While plans can change, we believe this particular house is locked in for the 2020 Halloween Horror Nights season. Theme Park University was the first to correctly predict Ghostbusters for 2019. We will see if this prediction also comes true. Your thoughts?

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