A Haunting of Hill House maze is opening up this autumn
The video has us spooked already.
You know the saying, it's never too early for Halloween.
Maybe that's not quite it, but we're always up for a good scare no matter what time of year it is.
A Haunting of Hill House maze is the latest jump scare attraction set to open up in Universal Studios, and from the looks of it, it's way more realistic than it needs to be.
As part of the park's 30th Halloween Horror Nights, they have teamed up with Netflix to bring the hit TV show to life, so much so you'll start thinking you're part of the Crain family.
The eerie maze that has been created is said to be exactly like The Tall Man, The Bent Neck Lady and The Ghost in the Basement, so if that's not enough to really get you spooked, it's not doing it right.
The sneak peak video said: "Each room takes you deeper into the terror of its ghostly inhabitants. Just don't enter the Red Room or you may spend eternity listening to the sound of your own screams."
And in a press release, Universal added: "The Haunting of Hill House mazes will test even the bravest guests as they attempt to escape the entanglement of the estate's eternal stranglehold or succumb to the powerful forces of Hill House — leaving them to wander the endless halls forever . . . alone."
Wow. Yeah, this will really have you running for the hills.
Set to start on September 3rd, tickets are on sale now on Universal Studios' website, with tickets for the Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights events expected to start soon, which begins on September 9th.