Discussion in 'Halloween Horror Nights 29' started by Brian G., Nov 4, 2018.
No I loved Halloween. I just don't get butt hurt over opinions that differ from mine.
So maybe at 30 they do like WD5 and make it a compilation?
Haha, trust me I'm the first one to make that argument usually. I'm the one that loved our version of Trick R Treat last year, which used Black Hallways full of scares and sounds between these big set-piece moments. I loved it, though alot of people said there were just too many black wallz. Still, it's all in good fun.
I said that area of the Orlando Stranger Things house was the scariest, not the prettiest
It’s pretty cool that HHN is starting to incorporate the puppets more and more. I get why they can’t do animatronics being that every year is different, but the houses did feel like they were missing something (in the case of themes that would benefit from the use of large creatures). I actually prefer that they use puppets over animatronics because they move so much more organically. I don’t know why I felt the need to say that but basically it gets me excited for everything related to GB, and ST doing the big goop monster thing this year.
Puppetry would also be a safer bet 'cause animatronics have the unfortunate ability to break down. I myself hope to see more puppet use in the future.
Considering airfare, hotel, and ticket costs, perhaps WE have been the puppets all along??
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Ghostbusters is definitely going to be an effect heavy house.
I rewatched Ghostbusters last night and a lot of the action is gonna take place in the apartment complex. Curious to see if they reuse the alleyway from Resident Evil with the giant Hunter for the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man scene
The hunter is around 10 ft. Stay puft is 100 ft. Unless we'll in a huge alleyway, that scene would not work.
Wait, what? Ghostbusters is a house?
Yup. If you go on Hollywood's thread, theres an image from the casting director and if you look at the bottom left, theres a picture of the Ghostbusters. And I believe they're doing this because of its 35th anniversary and that its involved with the 80s theme.
Wasn't there a rumor a while back about the 10th house being split into two?
legacy thought that was what stranger things will be with season 1 and 2 being a dual run house, but that turned out to be false.
Yep. In SS 22.
I’m honestly shocked no one’s mentioned or started a thread about this yet.
A new haunt in Orlando, even one put on by Queen Mary, won’t be more than a blip to Universal.
And while I agree, I do think it's something that might need a proper thread to be discussed on, considering their quality in the west coast.
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True, but still it’s probably the first real alternative high-budget haunt in Orlando since Terror on Church Street
I went to Dark Harbor a year ago and it wasn’t good. There were three rooms that were cool because they used the massive space of the ship, which isn’t something you see in haunts but the acting, sets, etc. were not very good.
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