I have to disagree. I loved walking through the Whoville and War of the Worlds sets. One of the most unique aspects of HHNH for me.The Terror Tram should be exactly like the one in 1986, where people simply stay inside the tram while being attacked by monsters, not like being dropped off and go through another walkthrough-like maze. It can be repetitive and boring at times over the years. The TT should at least try something new for once.
Yep, 100% this. One of the things that makes USH unique is its proximity to an active film production studio. It's a legendary space where a lot of what we experience at HHN -- like Bride of Frankenstein, for example -- was conceived and created. Getting to walk around the backlot is a pretty cool and rare experience because normally they reserve that stuff for VIPs, but during HHN, it's open to everyone. Definitely one of my favorite aspects of the event.I have to disagree. I loved walking through the Whoville and War of the Worlds sets. One of the most unique aspects of HHNH for me.
Considering the tragic accident that happened with the Terror Tram in 1986 (which was most likely the reason HW didn't try another Halloween event till 1992), I don't see them trying that format again.
If past events are anything to go by, any Purge-affiliated attractions will not include performers holding or menacing guests with firearms. They'll have blades and the like, instead.i don't know how much it would even affect the event, but i know universal tends to kind of overshoot with the sensitivity so i think it's worth mentioning. there was a shooting in my city, about an hour from LA, during a screening of the newest purge movie.