I agree with him the reboot wasn't without issues, but it was a hell of a lot more entertaining than a lot of more successful movies that summer.(which, the reboot isn’t necessarily classic cinema but it’s a HELL of a lot better than the sequel)
Thanks for this Joe - yes I would be attending Media Day, not the preview.There's a media preview and a media day, preview is usually a week or two before with concept art, costumes, talking to creatives, etc. I don't know if that's happened the past few years, last time was 25 I think? Media day is opening nights when there's a presentation then media goes on RIP tours of the houses so they can review them.
Umm can I order one ?My girlfriend made this shirt for the event this year since the theme is technically supposed to be 80s. I'm still working on mine, which will be different, but just wanted to give you guys a peek at hers.
EDIT: It’s missing Depths of Fear but we’re adding it.
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FWIW - it's one thing to make a licensed property shirt for yourself.Umm can I order one ?
Worse every year, with the growth in social media "influencers" and just the popularity of the event. Plus media/corporate VIP tours hold up lines most of the night. Of course, as it's been pushed back almost a month, also leaves it directly in afternoon rain season, which brings its own headaches. Mid-event the better way to go if you can't come back.In the past opening night has had pretty manageable crowds especially with express. How has it been in the past couple of years?
I've really wanted to see a house co-created by a bunch of more horror inspired drag monsters for a looooong time, even beyond the mainstream stars like Sharon Needles or the Boulet Brothers! (...that is assuming we were on the same page with Dragula, haha, gets confusing when Rob Zombie is also involved)Would love to see Dragula come to HHN. Those floor shows are perfect for the event and would offer something entirely new.
Yep! I was referring to the Boulet Brothers’ Dragula. I agree that it’s surprising there’s never been a haunt produced by someone in the monster scene - especially since someone like Vander Von Odd started out in make up and special effects through haunts.I've really wanted to see a house co-created by a bunch of more horror inspired drag monsters for a looooong time, even beyond the mainstream stars like Sharon Needles or the Boulet Brothers! (...that is assuming we were on the same page with Dragula, haha, gets confusing when Rob Zombie is also involved)
Would literally never happen at horror nights, (they're willing to push the envelope, and drag is somewhat mainstream now, but I doubt there is much mass appeal), but I'm surprised it hasn't happened at a more local level in LA or NY!