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Halloween Horror Nights 29 Speculation

Discussion in 'Halloween Horror Nights 29' started by Brian G., Nov 4, 2018.

  1. Legacy

    Legacy Veteran Member

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    Just did some rough calculations.

    Carnival Graveyard took up a space that was about 125'x50'. This isn't precise, but feels pretty close based on some of the other calculations I've done.

    Once you start designing houses by dimensions, you start realizing how "small" everything is. Most of my rooms are between 14'-16' square. Walls are rarely more than 10' (unless it's intentionally tall).
     
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    Could the SeaLab clue be referring to Re-Animator?
     
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    Don’t you also have to allow a certain amount of space for fire exits?
     
  4. Necessaryevil

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    Ok so random thoughts.

    Sealab 2021. Never seen it but the episode from the gif is season 2 episode 7. One of the most famous season 2 episode 7s is Twin Peaks. The reveal of Laura's Killer.

    Bizarro sparks is a head in a floating jar. Return to oz featured changeable heads for Mombi.
     
  5. Legacy

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    That's after the clearance around the sides. They're using about 15 feet.

    Scary Tales is a bit narrower, but same length.
     
  6. RevFreako

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    Return to Oz is a Disney joint.
     
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    This. This every time this movie comes up.

    Also, why do Oz again when we just saw it last year? Unless it is a different kind of Oz...
    [​IMG]
     
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    Which is a house I would love, although Carnival is the HBO show in want to see as a house.
     
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  9. Necessaryevil

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    I'll update my thoughts.

    Princess Langwidere.

    I never made it through Carnival but enjoyed what I saw.
     
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  10. Tobias

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    An C.G. was a great example on cramming so much into a space that's smaller then you think. That layout made the most out of every inch it had, and it honestly felt like one of the longer houses last year. Conversely, ST:DEA felt like the shortest house of the event in the same SS. No doubt a Catch-22 to the huge two-part façade. (Hallway with tapestries, castle with flying witch.)
     
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    I do wish they had made it more wide open.
     
  12. Legacy

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    Well, ST:DEA WAS one of the shorter houses.

    The biggest wrinkle is that each house has their tech room built into the design. It's fairly central, about 6'x6'.
     
  13. Tobias

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    That's what I thought, it was really the only house last year where in the back of my head I was wondering "Wait, it's over already?". Meanwhile Trick r Treat had at least three scenes which felt really big, but length-wise it didn't feel short at all.

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    An as for the clues, admittedly I'm still drawing a blank on the Sealab 2021, unless it's something akin to Project Evilution with hybrids.

    As for the Simpsons, I do like the idea it's the UCM since they started out in B&W, but we'd now be seeing them in color. Plus, I'd really like to see a UCM house in the next year or two. I got a feeling it will happen, the question is what year.
     
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    Regarding the Sealab clue, forgive me if this has already been theorized and shut down, but could it possibly be C.H.U.D.? Cannibalistic creatures/people living below the surface of the city.
     
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    Did anybody see Ifrit tweets this morning ?
     
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    ""

    Sounds like The Nun to me.

    Nuns are seen as benevolent, but the truth is she was malevolent.
     
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    As much hate as mentioning a “modern” horror movie gets on this page it seemed like la llorona to me but I would prefer the nun. The movie wasn’t the greatest but man the atmosphere was creeepy and translating that into a house could be amazing!
     
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    Reads like Classic Monsters, some kind of underwater maze and I agree with you on La Llorana for the third clue.

    From what I understand though, his clues should be taken with a pinch of salt (heh) due to getting a lot wrong in the past.
     
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    I'm just going to say this, it's not The Nun or La Llorna. Once you know what it is, it makes perfect sense. There's no real deeper meaning in that one. The Ifrit is being REALLY obvious this year.
     
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    I will assume this is a IP and not a original?
     

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