Discussion in 'Haunted Houses' started by Brian G., Apr 29, 2019.
Plan A: lighting effects/AWiL rooms
Plan B: projection windows.
hope it's plan a, because they did a amazing job in the awil rooms.
Oooh, maybe a mid-transformation Larry Talbot as a scare?
done right, that'll be scary and tragic (like the "friend" scene last year). imagine a room where he's seen writhing in a distorted appearance, and he asks for you to leave before "it" happens.
Happy to see this actually happening; and Slash coming back pleases me greatly.
Is there a reason he turned into a wolf in the last one? I don’t know much about Dracula lore but that part in the maze bummed me out, not only because you barely see Dracula and he doesn’t even scare you, but he turned into a damn wolf which confused me
in the original movie dracula turned into a wolf, it even happens in the book.
Interesting. Did he ever end up turning into a bat? Or is that something they changed later so he wouldn’t get confused with the wolfman? Regardless, I think Dracula deserved a lot more shine in that maze, his design kicked ass.
In the movie? Yes he turned into both a wolf and a bat
Part of me is wondering more, if Murdy and his team already have a trilogy planned of sorts.
It could make sense, as the Universal Monsters would not only be extremely easy to use (due to that there isn't anyone to really stop it, outside of if it bombs); but it could be a easy way to reuse assets and props, while giving the service to the iconic group.
Plus, fill in with the motif going on, we have the beast of science against the beast of nature for this round.
“It is within the gypsy encampment that the Frankenstein Monster meets The Wolf Man and where the madness begins as guests are led along a path of destruction through the murky Moors, to a creepy cemetery and into the smoldering ruins of Castle Frankenstein and its icy cellars beneath.” This part is probably what I’m most excited for. I love the icy environments that HHN have done something about them are really cool to me
So this is apparently a sequel..
Edit: Murdy has confirmed Metro.
I'm disappointed, tbh
I felt like we had a good dose of Frankenstein in the last maze
Excited for Wolfman but all the other monsters that either were cameos or got the shaft on the last maze, this just seems like a weird move
This just doesn't excite me at all
I'm sure it'll be beautiful, fun, and scary, but I'm more hyped for ST and Holidayz.
Guess no one was asking the question he wanted to answer lmao
Wolfie is getting some redesigns. (With the word few, wont be surpised if wolfie slowly turns more beastly the more you go through the maze)
Dang im glad we get a bit more Ygor action, under appreciated universal monsters character tbh
Forgot how good the village in AWiL felt, so I'm expecting no less here. Hoping for some English countryside vibes
Not gonna lie... at first I was very underwhelmed because of just how much Frankenstein was in ‘18s Monsters maze but I’m actually pretty excited. The gypsy village seems really cool and a Vs maze is always good.
I was expecting a UCM 2 but this is a pretty good curveball
This is a cool concept. I'm pretty much game for focusing on the individual Monsters with 1 or 2 in a maze. Although Frankenstein was used heavily in Monsters last year, this maze sounds kind of even.
Might actually be balanced but every single Versus maze has always been heavy on one side (FVJ - Freddy, AVP - Alien). Maybe this will break that trend but Metro Sets is huge but the last 2 years have been terrible mazes with AVED and First Purge so hopefully this maze will break that trend too.
I'm sure this will probably be the best maze this year anyway considering how much Murdy cares about the Monsters.
FMtW: “Hey, can I copy your homework?”
AVP: “Sure, just don’t make it to obvious.”
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