Rob Zombie is gearing up to release 3 From Hell next month, but today it’s been revealed that his House of 1000 Corpses is headed back to Halloween Horror Nights. 

The 2003 film resulted in the first mazes at the events in Orlando and Hollywood back in 2010. Now, they're coming back. 

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The mazes bring to life the horrifying roadside attraction Captain Spaulding’s Museum of Monsters and Madmen. Those who dare to enter also get to meet some serial killers. Also, they will enter the home of psycho killers the Firefly family where things really start to get crazy. 

Halloween Horror Nights start September 6 in Orlando and September 13 in Halloween at the Universal Studios resorts. Tickets are on sale now here and you can see the huge reveal video below. 

Zombie also made a huge announcement on social media about the return.

As previously stated, the third film in the horror series, 3 From Hell, will hit 900 theaters Sept. 16, 17 and 18 with tickets on sale here. The series started with House Of 1000 Corpses and continued with 2005’s The Devil’s Rejects, both also by Zombie. Fans have been waiting for the next film for more than ten year. 

You can see the trailer for the film below. 

More Rob Zombie news

Funko has really nailed down the classic horror icons into their collection of Pop! figures, but surprisingly, Rob Zombie hasn’t gotten one up until now.

The industrial metal and horror directing legend has finally been immortalized by the company with his very own figure though.

Zombie excitedly took to his Instagram account to make the announcement official.


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Guess who is now a @originalfunko POP! Yep this guy. Coming soon! #robzombie #funkopop

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The new Funko figure comes five years after Zombie’s House Of 1000 Corpses character Captain Spaulding received his own vinyl toy.

What do you think of the House Of 1000 Corpses mazes returning to Halloween Horror Nights? Sound off in the comments down below!

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