Discussion in 'Scare Zones & More' started by Joe, Aug 12, 2019.
As long as we have the Zombie-Clown and the Zombie-Birthday-Princesses, I will be happy.
...Should have been Ghostbusters...
This would probably just end up being a genetic zombie zone unless they added a lot of carnival rides. And carnival stores and stuff
The only thing that was iconic about the movie was the ending
Disagree. Plenty of other things to pull from. Bill Murray, rules on the wall, giant hillbilly zombie, children party zombies.
Out of context those things wont necesarily look right. And im not sure if they will have a ghostbusters bill murray.
The one of the perfect movies to be in New York scarezone is 28 Days Later or if they are doing both Zombieland 1 and using part 2's name, they end up just doing 1 and 2, it'd be really cool to see how they'd replicate those films into a scarezone even as house, because those films were really cool for their time and since there is talks of a third film coming soon, I mean it could be an awesome possibility in the future hopefully.
If you’re in the park during the day, go take a look inside the cars. There are some rules hidden with the props/dressing inside the cars.
So they're going to add a ride vehicle to the drop tower, right? And move the Zombie Kill of the Week strength test thing somewhere else, instead of right in front of the drop tower, right?...
If it wasn’t going to be there, it wouldn’t be there.
And ride vehicle added to the drop tower? Yay or nay?
The props are pretty cool but because the zombies look like regular people they gey lost in the crowd and it doesnt feel like a zone but like a regular night at the park. The music doesnt have the energy of vamp 85, so it feels very underwhelming . The actors do a great job as zombies but the zone felt so crowded that it gets lost
Oh, fun tid-bit:
The limo in this zone is the screen-used one from the movie.
The drop tower and hammer game thingy are now fully lit up!
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