Horror Nights Wish List - Orlando


Apr 20, 2013
Ocala, FL
Dream IP'S
The Thing (1982)
The Return of the Living Dead
They Live
The Lost Boys

Also, I know the last two attempts at video game houses haven't gone over so well, but I would really love to see a Castlevania house at some point. Lots of iconic imagery from those games in my opinion.


Dec 9, 2019
Where do I begin? I will break mine up in catagories.

Music inspired
Marilyn Manson
Trent Reznor/NIN
Gwar (would be fun to get messy)
Babes in Toyland

MoMo (terrifying costume)
The Plague Doctor

Video Games
Ghosts n Goblins
Silent Hill
Resident Evil

X-files (episode HOME)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Hush)
Simpsons Tree house of Horrors

more to come.....

Here are my dream IPs and OGs

Project X
13 Ghosts
Lost Boys
Pumpkin Head
Chopping Mall
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (scarred me as a child)
Tim Burton's Batman

The Morgue- It would be unnerving to walk through a room of hanging body parts.

The Camel Spider Den-something like the spiders from The Forbidden Forrest.

Anything from Japanese folklore (icon ?)

Or Florida Man....LOL!
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Aug 18, 2017
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (scarred me as a child)
A chocolate version of Saws N Steam? I'll take it!

Anyhow, here's my kinda realistic (as in, nothing that absolutely can't happen cough Mary) wishlist for HHN 30:

Houses (10–7:3 in favor of originals)

Icons of Horror Nights (basically Monsters but for the icons)

Terra Cruentes: Season of the Queen (duh)

Scarecrow: The Harvesting (open floor plan, similar to Field of Screams just with fake corn to accommodate lack of sunlight indoors)

Deja Vu (same room over and over as Legacy pitched a few years back)

The Unknown (Sorry I couldn't think of a more creative title lol; an update on my "Arachnia" idea--you would start in a lab with scientists and technicians freaking out and screaming incoherently about an experiment gone wrong and a monster being unleashed; next would be scenes of extreme gore caused by the monster(chests ripped open, brains clawed out, etc.); the last half of would be you being hunted by the monster without actually seeing it--would make new use of the Graveyard Games tunnel, ala Alien Encounter (air and water effects to simulate drooled on, breathed on, crawled on); the finale would be actually seeing the monster, which would be a giant spider (think the crawl effect from Winter's Night--the actor would be wearing the head of the spider and using his or her arms as the spider's front arms); basically it would be an attempt at something new and innovative, a house where you don't see what you're supposed to be afraid of until the very end.)

<more to come>
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May 6, 2012
Realistic Houses

Gremlins: This movie was one of my childhood favorites, I would love to see the story brought to life and receive a proper stateside attraction. I think the biggest obstacle would be portraying the Gremlins.

Scream: The first slasher movie I ever saw. I think it is about time Ghostface made an appearance. I think this also could have a fun mobile text game waiting in line(messaging Ghostface) similar to Graveyard Games.

Realistic Zone

The Lost Boys: It would make sense to put it in the San Fran area due to the California boardwalk setting of the movie. I think the movie lends well to a scare zone, having the boys walking around being a nuisance. With the protagonists prepping to fight them.

Slightly Realistic Zone

Halloween III: This movie is a love it or hate it kind of film mainly because it has nothing to do with the rest of the franchise. I think a lot of other fans have brought this IP up. I think it would work best as a zone. Imagine a bunch of monitors playing the Silver Shamrock jingle. Scareactors walking around with the Silver Shamrock masks on squirming and screaming as their heads are being devoured by insects (or whatever the masks do, I don't think they ever make it clear in the movie lol). Stonehenge-like ruins with the witchcraft-like ceremony from the film. Also, some type of Michael Myers photo op in the back for the people confused about where Michael is.

Completely Unrealistic Houses/Events

The Devil's Carnival: This is a nightmare like horror musical film which visually feels like an HHN house. I think it would make a rather interesting house, it would never happen though because no one knows about the film.

The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs: This Shudder exclusive Horror host show hosted by the entertaining and informative Joe Bob Briggs could lend itself to an awesome house/event. Joe Bob Briggs could serve as a host to vignette B-movie house with his interesting commentary. He could also potentially do live tapings of his show during the event month. I think this probably wouldn't happen due to the show being somewhat a cult hit on a smaller streaming service and a horror host role already being filled by H.R. Bloodengutz.

Ghostwatch Inspired Tour: If you are unfamiliar with the history of Ghostwatch look it up it is quite interesting. It would be cool for there to be a tour under the guise of being a behind the scenes tour turning into its own horror attraction.
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Mar 6, 2019
Dream line up
1. Conjuring
2. Scream
3. The Thing (1982)
4. IT
5. Cabin in the Woods ( Yes, bring it back)

1. Hansel and Gretal (horror take on it)
2. Chuppacabra
3. Scarecrow sequel or prequel
4. Jack the Ripper
5. Sleep paralysis


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Apr 29, 2016
Anyone see the Locke & Key trailer that released today? I’m so pumped for that show. Hoping it will be a hit so I can live my dream of walking through Keyhouse.


Jan 12, 2018
Skyrim dungeon with draugr
Treehouse of Horror
Star Trek: Borg
House of the Dead
Locke & Key
Revival (comic)

And no, I don’t care if you consider some of these not “horror” enough for HHN.
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May 8, 2019
Totally unrealistic, no attention to rights, Top 10 wish list:

  1. The Thing - 1982
  2. Cabin in the Woods - Missed that year so never got to do the house
  3. Planet Terror - Robert Rodriguez's half of Grindhouse
  4. Return of the Living Dead - Love this movie
  5. They Live - Has to be some kind of gimmick where you put on the 3D glasses or something and see hidden messages like OBEY.
  6. Hellraiser - cover all 3 films at once so there are more cenobites to choose from (I refuse to acknowledge all the direct to video sequels)
  7. Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors - one of my all time favorites growing up
  8. Mad Max Fury Road - It's not horror, but the look and feel of the movie, Imorton Joe, Babyman, and the guitar guy would just be amazing
  9. Jason X - one of my biggest guilty pleasures. Would be a cheap house to construct too since I think the movie set builders had like a $35 budget. Have Jason grabbing a real woman's head, and thrusting it down behind something, hear a shattering sound, and then have him switch his hand to a dummy to bring back up into view with a smashed up frozen face like the movie. Perfect gag.
  10. From the mind of Marilyn Manson - His music is just perfect for a house, he's a lunatic, lots of imagery to choose from, and it would just be fun.
Honorable Mentions that Will Never Happen: Robocop (realize it's not horror, but to see Robocops walking around with sound cues from the movie would just be amazing) and Godzilla (other than looking out a window at miniatures/paintings and seeing a giant head, there's no real way to do the scale).


Feb 25, 2016
It's not really mentioned but I would love to see Orlando's take on Crimson Peak. On my wishlist would also be Gremlins. It would fit the "family friendly" house pretty well but yet slightly more horror themed.


May 24, 2018
I would love for Body Collectors to return somehow. Love to see the Nightingales again since I loved the house last year. An idea I would love is Body Collectors vs. Nightingales. I would also like to see Gothic and Catacombs since I never got to see those. Graveyard Games last year was cool so I’ll like to see a sequel for that or an original idea similar.

As for IPs Scream and Conjuring are my tops with The Thing close behind. I would also like to see a longer version of Universal Monsters. The Invisible Man would be cool to see but I don’t know how that will work as a house since you can’t see him:grin:. I would like to see Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street since I never saw them. Hellrasier would also be cool. I would also like to see a Grudge house and with the remake on it has it on my mind. The Shining is one of my top horror movies so I’ll like to see a house again on it and of Doctor Sleep but I doubt that with SK.
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Feb 28, 2015
New Sabrina trailer makes me want it to come to HHN more. Provides plenty of scenes and scares between the three seasons.