Halloween Horror Nights 29 General Discussion

JawsVictim

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It fits the tone of the event itself.

The "fan base" should stop acting so self important.
It should be pointed out that this is HHN’s own doing. For years they went above and beyond to connect with fans. After Comcast came along, they cut most of the fan oriented content that created that fervent fan base.
 
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Legacy

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It should be pointed out that this is HHN’s own doing. For years they went above and beyond to connect with fans. After Comcast came along, they cut most of the fan oriented content that created that fervent fan base.
And? Universal (and HHN) was always a corporate device created to make money.

The fans forgot they're consumers of a product. Any loyalty they develop as a result of their own consumption is on them.
 

JawsVictim

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And? Universal (and HHN) was always a corporate device created to make money.

The fans forgot they're consumers of a product. Any loyalty they develop as a result of their own consumption is on them.
True but they’re not wrong to complain about it. Universal could do a lot more to deliver HHN content to fans, especially within the realm of social media. And they’ll still make a crazy amount of money while doing it.
 

RevFreako

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True but they’re not wrong to complain about it. Universal could do a lot more to deliver HHN content to fans, especially within the realm of social media. And they’ll still make a crazy amount of money while doing it.
They could, but they're under no obligation to do so, and are doing no wrong by not doing it. I _could_ make you happy by buying you a lap dancd, but the fact that I don't doesn't open me.to criticism.

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