General consensus seems to be not nearly as bad as recent years.
I think I would be okay with this. Last year's black walls weren't that bad. The only reason they really stood out was because every maze ended with a series of black walls. If you removed those sections from all the 2018 mazes, then the only maze that I recall having a major black wall problem was Trick r' Treat during the transitions.Aaron said that it has more black walls than 2016, but less black walls then last year. Honestly I think the reviews just says black walls once and the whole fan base flips out. If it has less black hallways than last year then I’m fine, I barely noticed the black walls last year.
that's disappointing, Orlando ngl has the better use of season 3 for their maze.Hopper's Cabin with the Mind Flayer attacking.
just seeing this makes me want actual ice cream now. that mindflayer's milkshake better be worth the wait on Thursday.Just the Scoops Ahoy ice cream shop.
I think the main disappointment people have is due to a media outlet incorrectly stating that both coasts would have a Battle of Starcourt scene, and instead of that we just got the cabin sceneMurdy straight up said barely anything from S3 would be in there, wow smh
But as much as I don't care for Stranger Things being at the event, it clearly brings in a lot of business and their mazes get a huge budget, so I'm all for a round three.
I mean it would be a pretty big missed marketing opportunity if they hadn't, I guarantee a lot more people are gonna get ice cream at scoops ahoy that wouldn't have even considered it if they hadn't added the theming. Plus its fairly evident at this point that the season 3 content is just meant to be a tease for next year, so assuming both parties are happy with this maze, we'll get our Season 3 content eventually, wouldn't be surprised if they reuse the starcourt and scoops ahoy stuff next year if thats the case.I get marketing material and all, but for a maze mainly based on season 2 yet only features one scene from season 3, why even have the scoops ahoy and starcourt mall food locations open to begin with?
It's weird, considering Ghostbusters. I think we can all agree that Orlando did a better job filling the maze up with actual theming, but I just straight up prefer the way Hollywood did pretty much all of their scenes (except maybe the Gozer temple, which Hollywood didn't have). Terror Dogs were bigger, actual change for the Librarian ghost, practical slimer, disappearing walls in the containment chamber, cute little bit with the poker players in the containment chamber itself, massive Stay Puft. I think, honestly, if they just add some blacklight art to the halls (not even much, just some pink goo or ectoplasm) it'll be the better of the two.I honestly feel Hollywood is neck and neck with Orlando this year, I went to Orlando’s and felt a lot of stuff Hollywood did turned out better then Orlando’s and vice versa. both have great stuff and both have bad stuff, I feel overall both coasts (especially Hollywood) came for it this year and succeeded for the most part