Michael Myers is back! Universal Parks has announced that Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando and Hollywood will feature a haunted house based on the 1978 slasher film – Halloween.

Halloween is one of the most popular horror films of all time and to many fans, spawned the most-feared antagonist in horror movie history – Michael Myers. As the franchise’s latest trilogy concludes with Universal Pictures’ release of Halloween Ends on October 14, guests will venture back to where it all began in “Halloween” – eerily authentic haunted houses that depict the most chilling moments from the critically-acclaimed original film.

On both coasts, this year’s harrowing experiences will transport guests to the infamous town of Haddonfield, Ill. on Halloween night, when Michael Myers first donned his notorious mask to embark on his brutal rampage. As guests make their way through his dilapidated home and iconic scenes from the movie, they’ll narrowly dodge attacks from the knife-wielding Myers as he stalks their every move. Myers is the embodiment of pure evil who unleashes terror at every turn, and guests will quickly realize that he will stop at nothing and no one to take his bloody revenge.

The Halloween franchise has become a popular staple of Halloween Horror Nights in recent years – with both coasts featuring the iconic slasher in several haunted houses. Many consider the 2014 Halloween house in Horror Nights – Orlando to be an all-time classic haunt.

Halloween Horror Nights begins on Friday, September 2 in Orlando and Thursday, September 8 in Hollywood.

Stay tuned to Inside Universal for all the latest on Halloween Horror Nights, as well as Universal Parks & Resorts.