Discussion in 'Haunted Houses' started by Brian G., Mar 27, 2019.
Dumb question but what classifys a house as a mega house?
It’s the length/size. I don’t think we’ve actually had one in a while.
It's not strictly defined. As it stands, it's a "mega house" if it has more than the typical number of scenes AND Universal decides it's a mega house. Previous mega-houses had about 16-18 scenes. A traditional house has 8-11.
This is extremely exciting and sounds like this house is more 50/50 with season 2 and 3 then I expected!!!
Yep! I wish I could say more but my lips are sealed.
It's going to be an amazing year!
That's a big 54 my friend. Though I hear some things may be different tonight for opening so you never know.
Oh that's not good.
I sincerely hope they both reported the injury so that actor can be pulled.
I’m waiting to get more information but from what I heard those guns were too heavy and were difficult to handle.
The days at swinging props in people's faces will soon be a thing of the past (which I personally don't mind). Shocking they couldn't find a way to create a lightweight/foam prop gun? That's prop-making 101. TV / Movie productions only let actors near heavy/working guns to film them actively discharging it or for close-ups, then they take the guns away and use safety/foam props for the rest of the production. This should be no exception.
Frankly, I'm surprised that we still have actors jumping out at people as is. I fear this will really make the event less aggressive.
That really depends on the actor. Some of them can handle it, others get WAYY to into it and become a danger (point and case, this gun swinger). I predict more strict screenings / rehearsals for safety will be in play in the future.
From the IU guyyyssss~
Can someone confirm (via spoiler tag) if we get a Mind Flayer puppet at the end?
I can’t wait to see a walkthrough video!
How do i find it?
Sure dude, trusting you going to FB before someone at the park. Cool.
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