Universal Orlando Resort is reporting that, from September 14 to November 3, Halloween Horror Nights 2018 is back and off the chain.
According to a release from the park, this year's event is expected to be "the most intense yet."
Universal isn't saying much else at this time, though park officials say they'll be bringing back the banner names in horror from both the past and the present in nine new haunted house attractions and five scare zones throughout the park.
The resort promises that guests will encounter everything from iconic horror films to cult classics to hit TV shows.
But they're also promising original stories that "only the minds of Universal's entertainment team could imagine."
And they're promising to release more details about the event ... later.
Universal Orlando executives say prospective guests, effective immediately, can purchase select tickets and vacation packages for Halloween Horror Nights.
And they say that for the first time ever, guests can also purchase a limited time ticket where they can buy a night and get a second night free.