Discussion in 'Haunted Houses' started by Brian G., Jun 3, 2016.
Exactly. See now you get it!
I'm clearly in the vast minority, but I don't mind this. Granted I have only experienced last years house. But I viewed it as less of a "house" and more of an entertainment piece. A chance to see reenactments of the last season. My wife actually found it entertaining because she enjoys the show. Given the money it makes the event as a whole. I don't mind having a house. I am however surprised it wasn't a Fear The Walking dead house this year.
...In an interesting turn, the website has been updated; with NO mentioning of TWD on the front section on the site. Its only mentioned in the Announcements section..
There seem to be a lot of broken or misdirected links, so I get the feeling that it's an oversight.
At this point, I think I'd rather just have the year round TWD haunt that Hollywood is getting than constantly getting this at HHN. I feel like the IP would work better with a bigger budget, more permanent location and some AA walkers. It would be a draw to people and be unique in the parks during the day and be something for the "OMG SCREENZ" people. Plus I'm tired of having a HHN location wasted every year for this.
so a brand new rehash of things we have already seen in the past 4 years :horse:
I wish they made it a ride, not a full year haunt but a 3D ride. or have it replace the horror make up show..... make a Terminator style ride....
Jesus Christ when will it end???
Actually your in the vast majority which is why the Walking Dead keeps coming back.
I just thought of this. Everyone was expecting Walking Dead to be in the MiB tent but it ended up in a sound stage and is based on all the seasons. What if they keep the house open after HHN is done as a day attraction to help with capacity? It would work as a tamp attraction to keep around for the next year or two. Just a thought but it wouldn't surprise me to see this happen.
I meant on this board
I would love to see that. We get down to Univ 2-4 times a year (hhn always being one visit) and would love one haunt to stay open year round.
So who else is hyped for this?
Me, I'll give it a fair shot.
It's the last year of it, mind as well go out with a bang. It's the best of house, as long as they use the scene with all the walkers outside, that scene was nuts during HHN 24.
It's not my top house, but I'm looking forward to it. I didn't get to see TWD in 22 or 24 in Orlando, so I like being able to walk through those scenes from the show, which I'm a fan of.
That being said, my first HHN (23) was the year TWD took over the streets. Not knowing much about the event, I thought that it was pretty standard to have it be IP-centric, with the originals just as filler. (Now being a little more caught up on history, I know that's not the case.) With this year's original houses looking so awesome, I can see how my enjoyment of seeing scenes from a TV show could be overtaken by wanting to walk through really cool, unique concepts.
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