Great review thanks for posting!Be warned, some of this stuff may contain spoilers.
Walking Dead: Am I the only one here who LOVES this maze? They seriously did a great job with this and some of the stuff there were very gruesome.
Cabin: Another very gruesome maze. Seriously, most of the gore were almost disturbing to see! Very awesome!
Werewolf: Also a super scary maze! I'd say the first three mazes are part of a high tier of the best (WD, Cabin, and Werewolf). The actors in Werewolf (particularly in the theater scene) caught me good.
La Llorona: Initially, LL wasn't that scary, but last night they really got their act together! Plus, the theming is great!
Evil Dead: Another great maze. Probably tied with La Llorona. Gotta try this one again though.
Afterlife: Pretty good! Like the 3D effect! Could be a tad better (compared to some of the others).
Havoc: It would have been better if the line wasn't so LONG. It was an hour wait, and I was expecting great things... but while it was fun, it wasn't worth that long of a wait. Was disappointed.
Resident Evil: Hands down, my least favorite. BIG let down, and it just wasn't scary.
Only did one, but I'll do the other next time.
Bill and Ted: I never laughed this much in any other theme park show, except *maybe* Horror Make Up Show. When they (WARNING: SPOILER) brought up Animal Kingdom's Avatar opening in 2065, that really caught me breathless.
Overall, well done event! This is my first HHN, and I hope to visit more in the future! :happy:
Now here's my rankings from Worst to First:My pre-HHN rankings:
1. Havoc: Derailed (I loved the original house and I have high hopes for the sequel)
2. The Cabin In The Woods (I enjoyed the movie and the ending of this house should be great)
3. Urban Legends: La Llorana (A well executed house from Hollywood move to Orlando. Lets hope it'll be better than last years export from Hollywood, "Alice Cooper: Welcome To My Nightmare")
4. The Walking Dead: No Safe Haven (I HATED The Walking Dead House last year. The actor were in the open, the wore plastic masks that were very cheap and fake looking instead of makeup from the Universal Horror Crew and were in the cramped Disaster Quene to try and fit two seasons worth of content into. Now they are in the parade warehouse. Hopefully they can turn it around.)
5. Afterlife: Death's Vengeance (Could be great or it could suck. Just going to have to wait and see.)
6. Resident Evil: Escape From Raccoon City (I know nothing about the franchise besides the fact that the movies suck. I know it's game based, but I've never played it. Silent Hill was a huge letdown for me last year and I think that's why I'm not high on Resident Evil as others are.)
7. Evil Dead (Saw the movie and its just a gore fest. I just don't know what to think about this house yet. It could suck or it could be "Groovy")
8. An American Werewolf In London (Ok. I just got done watching "An American Werewolf In London". I know others enjoy this movie and I'm not here to **** on your opinions of the movie. However, I thought this movie was incredibly boring from start to finish. Yes, the transformation scene was good, but it took forever to get to. For a werewolf movie, I think the "werewolf" was used for all of 15-20 minutes of this movie. The rest was a guy in a hospital bed with bizarre nightmares and being haunted by his friend, male ass shots and watching porno at Picadilli Square. Seriously, if I didn't know any better, I'd think this was a soft core pornonabout a werewolf. Plus the movie ends so abruptly that its jarring. I was looking forward to this house because of the hype the HHN Community has been giving it, but I think this house is going to suck big time. Could anyone explain what I missed in this movie that is going to make this a good house?)