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The Walking Dead Attraction (Closing March 4th)

Chris Galindo

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Feb 22, 2015
2,571
LA
Alright so with this announced, does this rule out Walking Dead at HHN this year as a stand alone maze, or included as a part of it? 
 

Aaron

Member
Jul 7, 2013
889
Talk about disappointing. How exactly will they keep this attraction from feeling outdated once a new Season comes out? They should have done something original within TWD Universe, IMO. 
 
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Byzantinefire

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Jan 10, 2016
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Calgary
This attraction seems fine but i do hope there will be more in the future like new Dark rides and Roller Coasters.
 
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GoodO'lDays

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Mar 13, 2016
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On talking dead, they showed a trailer of it, and it is the original sets like the "DON'T OPEN, DEAD INSIDE" door
 

Freak

Veteran Member
Jan 10, 2013
4,620
No man's land: SoCal
Im curious if this is included with park admission. The one in Germany is an up-charge attraction.
Universal has gotten stupid with their prices, but I doubt if they would be THAT stupid. 


Well, I'm kinda looking forward to this. That means I can get my year-round haunt fix again so there is that. This will be good for HHN so that they won't have to make an announcement every year about it. 


Im still puzzled how this would take TWO YEARS to work on this Oh John Murdy. I'll be even more puzzled if half the maze consists of black, unthemed hallways like most of his mazes. 
 
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Jon Fu

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Staff member
Jul 26, 2010
2,840
California
I just don't understand how you can push out rides like Despicable Me and Transformers only to follow up with a Walking Dead maze.


Universal's not going to change if they continue to push out "attractions" like this. What a shame.
 

raffman

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Nov 3, 2013
271
Hollywood
Hey well at least it's two new things this year ...next up life of pets followed by Nintendo world it all in good in hood.
 

Chris

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Jun 23, 2009
2,746
Southern California
They're probably keeping the Globe theater for any future Harry Potter related events, no? Like those Harry Potter weekends with the HP cast could do a Q and A in there.
Something tells me we will never see this type of an event on the west coast.

I really hope they don't advertise this.....
Too late...https://www.facebook.com/UniversalStudiosHollywood/?fref=ts

I don't see this lasting any more than four years...five or six MAX. 
Trim that about 2 years shorter and I'll be pleased.


I think this comes with a dual cost saving measure for HHN and that is why they do it.  Its a backdoor on advertising an additional attraction for HHN with very minimal expense.  Kurzweil must be saying "Sold!"
 
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Freak

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Trim that about 2 years shorter and I'll be pleased.


I think this comes with a dual cost saving measure for HHN and that is why they do it.  Its a backdoor on advertising an additional attraction for HHN with very minimal expense.  Kurzweil must be saying "Sold!"
If anything I'm glad they're doing this as an HHN fan. The show's popularity isn't going to die anytime soon so they might as well do this. Hopefully this means that more money can be allocated for a crazier HHN this year. 
 
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