Discussion in 'Haunted Houses' started by Brian G., Aug 3, 2019.
Everyone's talking about the bugs, but guys, carpets! That's neat.
I think thats just the standard carpet they use for the mazes, if im not mistaken
Media tours are coming out, as Horror Buzz got to go into Creepshow.
Would’ve been more realistic if the roaches covered more of the actual room but it looks good how it is.
I'm guessing they'll handle walls with projections.
While I like the scene they got in mind for the ending...
Sadly, it's sure feeling that way.
Don't worry about the roaches. They already said there will be projection effects. Otherwise, everything looks really good.
I’m somewhat optimistic that theyll use the comic book panel walls for it rather than the black rooms, but we’ll see how it ends up
Some more stuff for Creepshow
Monday cannot come soon enough
This is all very encouraging.
For whoever was asking about the mannequin versus performer: public casting notices went out a while ago specifically seeking this character. It's possible they couldn't find enough suitable look alikes, so one of the positions was eliminated. It's also possible it's a stand-in, or there is both a lying down performer and a "kill" mannequin (think Old Man Kreeg from Trick r Treat).
Its possible that its placeholder, but I think you're right about the casting call thing, though in terms of placeholders...
So the surprise room in creepshow is...
oof very interesting
So Murdy, how many cockroaches will be in the maze?
Previewing Creepshow at Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood | Inside Universal
I don’t know if this has been brought up in the maze forum for creepshow but I just realized that preview is spelled wrong on the facade of the maze . Is this done on purpose or was this how it was spelled on the actual comic ? If it’s misspelled wow ! Sorry just thought I would ask if anyone knew
Prevue is considered a variant of the word "preview". I have seen it used on old-timey advertisements for movies and shows, which probably explains why it's used on this facade, fitting the old comic look, as well as sticking to the type of vocabulary a comic from that time period would use.
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