Michael Myers is coming to back to Universal and Halloween Horror Nights with an all-new house based on the sequel – Halloween: Hell Comes to Haddonfield.

Based on the 1981 Halloween II sequel, the iconic horror film franchise continues the story of masked killer, Michael Myers, as he stalks an entire town and relentlessly pursues his victims.

It will begin with the final scene from “Halloween,” where Michael Myers is presumed dead after falling from a bedroom window – only to disappear from the ground. Guests will dodge Myers’ lethal knife at every turn as they step into iconic scenes from the film, which largely takes place in a hospital, with it all culminating in a horrifying finale.

Universal promises the maze will be bigger and feature more scareactors than the original Halloween house in 2014. Featured as one the marquee houses during Halloween Horror Nights 24, the house was widely-considered the best of that year, with many going as far as saying one of the best houses ever.

This is the 5th confirmed haunt for this year’s event. Houses based on The Walking Dead, The Exorcist, and Texas Chain Saw Massacre will also be featured, as well as haunted house for this year’s icon, Chance!

Tickets are on sale now for this year’s highly anticipated event, including single-night tickets, Frequent Fear passes, special Florida resident offers and more. Guests can also purchase a vacation package that includes a ticket to the event, accommodations at Universal’s newest onsite resort hotel, Loews Sapphire Falls Resort, and more.

Halloween Horror Nights will run select nights from September 16 to October 31 at Universal Studios Florida. More information about the event will be released over time. For more information, including ticket offers and vacation packages, visitwww.HalloweenHorrorNights.com/Orlando.