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  2. DocNiktMarr

    FOUR Doomsday is upon us! The Four Horsemen have entered the world of the living, and their heralds among them. The question isn't "Will you survive?", it's "How long before one gets you?"! FOUR is a Scarezone, something of a followup to 7, where the zone is cut into quarters. Each quarter has a theme, with War being filled with rusting weaponry, Famine featuring dead crops and broken farm equipment, Plague being set up like a quarantine zone with blood and vomit everywhere, and Death set in a Graveyard. SCARACTERS: War: A stiltwalker wearing armor, a horned helmet, and a red cloak. Carries a giant sword. Famine: A stiltwalker wearing a long black cloak, with skeletal facial features and ribs visible through the cloak. Carries a pitchfork. Plague: A stiltwalker wearing a lab coat over a rain jacket (with a hood). His face is gangrenous, and he carries a weapon not unlike Bloodborne's Saw Cleaver weapon. Death: Death. A stiltwalking Grim Reaper with a scythe. Knights: Two of War's heralds. Men wearing rusted suits of armor, carrying battleaxes. Soldiers: Two more of War's heralds. Men wearing decayed camouflage fatigues, they carry assault rifles that look like they've been left in a swamp for a few years. Scarecrows: Two of Famine's heralds. Decayed scarecrows with burlap heads, gingham and overalls, and sickles. Butchers: Two more of Famine's heralds. Men wearing apron-and-stripe butcher outfits, coated with blood in varying states of dryness. They carry cleavers. Plague Doctors: Two of Plague's heralds. Classic plague doctors, carrying sticks and daggers. HAZMAT: Two more of Plague's heralds. Zombies in broken HAZMAT suits, with cracked visors and bonesaws. Valkyries: Two of Death's heralds: Skeletal women wearing black viking maiden robes, with flowing raven hair. They carry claymores, and have feathery wings. Ferrymen: Two more of Death's heralds. Men wearing a black cloak that hides their faces, with aged grey hands and old oak oars.
  3. Dr. Phibes

    I'm sorry to hear that. I lost my mom quite suddenly in May. She would always get very enthused about the holidays, so it's certainly been an adjustment not having her around. I feel for you
  4. Dr. Phibes

    As of this writing, it seems like the website is live, but nothing is being done with it. Pitty, that. The Vault is where I came from.
  5. Earlier
  6. In your Vamp 85' list, you have Real Life – Jake Owen – Real Life Album listed but that's a song from 2015
  7. Luigi1851

    Does anyone have an information/ memories on the following houses? I am very curious about them. Trip Report of the Halloween Horror Nights IX Houses Anxiety in 3-D Pitch Black Superstitions (What myths were in it) Jungle of Doom Any information will be highly appreciated.
  8. C_D

    Me with my son's wife before they even knew each other! Last Halloween hanging out with Pennywise
  9. Ah, that's because I'm a dummy. Edit: Back in the day I tried my best to figure out the track. It sounded very similar to some Zomboy stuff I found, but I couldn't find exactly this. I'm stuck in the 90's musically, so take this feedback with a grain of salt. Here it is:
  10. ameliaharry654

    I don't think all is lost there are many other online stores, explore Spirit Halloween Coupons I saw there when I was ordering my Halloween dress. Hurry go there and this time don't miss your chance.
  11. ameliaharry654

    Must read "It"
  12. ameliaharry654

    Horror obviously
  13. ameliaharry654

    Search on Google. You will definitely find there
  14. ameliaharry654

    My favorite movie so far.
  15. ameliaharry654

    Search on Google
  16. So I was finally able to take the production tour of The Mummy during HHN 28 and I come to find out that it has a lot more hidden secrets that people haven’t discovered. In this video I uncovered all the Easter eggs of The Mummy including a few Kongfrontation Easter eggs
  17. Thank you for continuing this tradition. My neighbors will be happy (?) when I play all of this great music on Halloween!
  18. PeoriaBJJ

    I actually made a video of this. Sync up all the movies and then some. If anyone is every interested in it message me. I had it up on youtube but they flagged it an took it down.
  19. I'm in the middle of a brand new book with tons of cool info about the beloved JAWS ride. It's called Adventures in Amity: Tales from the Jaws Ride It's nearly 300 pages long, and contains the usual amount of history that we have all read before. But this book goes a lot farther... Half the book is interviews with people who designed (and re-designed) the attraction, skippers, the big-wigs behind the project, etc. Most of us know that the ride closed shortly after it opened because it was an operations nightmare, and that Universal sued Ride & Show Engineering, right? Well this book contains interviews with the Ride & Show Engineering guys! It effectively tells both sides of the story. It delves DEEPLY into the "shark bites boat" portion of the ride that existed only in the original version. Why it was destined to fail. Why Universal made decisions that guaranteed it would fail. It does not get very deep into engineering. There are some pictures at the end of every chapter - none of which are particularly great. You can fine much better pictures at www.AmityBoatTours.com I'm only halfway through and have no idea what is to come. Seems like there has already been 30 interviews - all fascinating. I'm hoping the last third isn't just pictures... If it ended right here, I'd be completely satisfied. It's available on Kindle for $10 or in paperback for $20. EDIT: Finished the book today, and the remainder of the book was even more interviews till the very end. Not filler pictures or references. If you get a bit teary eyed when you think about the loss of Jaws, you will LOVE this book.
  20. Most of the songs used in Leave It to Cleaver and Usher Archway video came from this album: https://www.amazon.com/Show-Original-Music-Roach-Comedies/dp/B001UBMB0U
  21. HHN Pro

    Yup, that's what I'm talking about.
  22. Alucarda

    Listen carefully to what the people doing the audition want. Prep a death scene and practice your stalky walk, but most importantly take cues from whoever is speaking.
  23. I know this is 3 years late, does anybody have photos of each of the tickets from HHN 25 (the full card, not just the part used for admission)? If possible, each ticket individually would be ideal. I have a display from Publix, and I thought I took photos of each card, but I didn't. I would like to print them and hang them on the display. Thanks.
  24. mystiquephreeq

    I never shared mine. I've been using this name since 1998. It comes from the stories I write that will probably never get published. As the cocreator of a fictional world, I am the epitome of a Mystique (world's name) Phreeq (fan/freak).
  25. So a few weeks ago, when I went and set the world record for ET Adventure, I visited a store I’ve been dying to visit for a while Williams Hollywood Prop Store. I love collecting props. Whether it’s game used sports memorabilia or movie used props I love collecting history. So I asked the shop keeper if he had anything of ET and he said just some cards. So I bought the cards. Later when I get back to Miami, I’m rewatching the video when I recognize a small truck sitting in the corner of the store. It was the toy truck from the ET Adventure store. I was furious with myself and I didn’t know how I didn’t see that when I was there. So, not wanting to live with the regret that I missed out to own a piece of ET history (I already have enough regret not buying the Jack mask at HHN a few years back) I contact a guy on eBay who buys all types of props from the store (and luckily for me that day I had sold a Lebron jersey for $100). We came to an agreement and he went to Universal and bought the truck and a lanyard. So now I own a piece of my favorite ride. Now I have one question, WHERE IN THE BLUE HELL AM I GONNA PUT THIS? Lmao it’s a lot bigger than I expected.
  26. I noticed that there was no longer a thread for the music from Halloween Horror Nights 17: The Carnival of Carnage. I think that out of all of the years that were recovered, this was the only one that did not come back. So, if no one minds, I'll just put the music from that year down here using the old thread, old recordings, and Reaper's + Gambit's audio mixes as a basis. If anything needs to be either changed or added, please let me know so I can update it. Main Gate: The Legend by Graeme Revell Jason's Surprise Attack by Graeme Revell (Both of these songs are from the Freddy vs Jason soundtrack by Graeme Revell) Houses: Dead Silence: The Curse of Mary Shaw Main Title by Charlie Clouser Mary Shaw by Charlie Clouser Family Album by Charlie Clouser (All of these songs are from the Dead Silence Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) A Nightmare on Elm Street: Dreamwalkers Dream Attack by Charlie Bernstein (This was in the queue video) Sleep Clinic by Charlie Bernstein Prologue by Charlie Bernstein Main Titles by Charlie Bernstein Run Nancy by Charlie Bernstein (All the music is from Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Friday the 13th: Camp Blood Overlay of Evil/Main Title by Harry Manfredi - Friday the 13th (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Virtual Crystal Lake by Harry Manfredi - Jason X OST Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Flesh Wounds Insect Eyes by Devendra Banhart - Rejoicing in the Hands Birth by Steve Jablonsky - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning OST Main Title by Steve Jablonsky - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning OST Psychoscareapy: Home for the Holidays Jingle Bell Rock by Bobby Helms Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee Feliz Navidad by José Feliciano Jack's Funhouse in Clown-O-Vision Main Theme (Music Box) by Phillip Glass - Candyman (The version I use on Spotify is by Halloween Scream Theme Team from their Halloween Scream Themes album) Waltz of the Ghouls by Verne Langdon - The Phantom of the Organ: The Vampyre at the Harpischord Carnival of Souls by Verne Langdon - The Vampyre at the Harpsichord Flight of the Vampyre by Verne Langdon - The Vampyre at the Harpsichord Vampyr: Bloodbath Blackest Rose by Midnight Syndicate - Vampyre: Symphonies from the Crypt The Thing: Assimilation Main Theme (From "The Thing") by Gareth Williams - The Essential John Carpenter (If you're a purist who wants the original piece, it's called "Main Theme - Desolation" by Ennio Morricone) Streets: Troupe Macabre Living Dolls by Nox Arcana - The Carnival of Lost Souls album Caliope by Nox Arcana - The Carnival of Lost Souls album The elephant man theme by John Morris - The Elephant Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) The Ferris Wheel The belgian circus episode by John Morris -The Elephant Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Parkwide Ghosts of the Midway by Nox Arcana After Hours by Nox Arcana Madame Endora by Nox Arcana Hall of Mirrors by Nox Arcana Dr. Treves visits the freak show and elephant man by John Morris - The Elephant Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Haunted Carousel by Nox Arcana (All of Nox Arcana's music throughout the park is from The Carnival of Lost Souls album) Shows: The Carnival of Carnage Pre-Show Dark Carnival by Paul Roland - Pavane album (Don't Fear) The Reaper by Blue Öyster Cult - Agents of Fortune album Within by KISS - Psycho Circus album Show Intro by Korn - Untitled album (The first scene in the show where the girl and the security guard are looking for her friends) Psycho Circus by KISS - Psycho Circus album (Jack the Clown's first appearance) A Party for Me by Marc Shaiman - The Addams Family (1991) Soundtrack (When Jack introduces his "Troupe" and the "Security Stretcher" scene) Circus Music by Richard Bellis - Stephen's Kings IT Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (When Jack tells Tiny to drag "Zac Effron's" ass out of the cage) Be a Clown by Judy Garland & Gene Kelly - The Pirate Musical (Paint the "volunteer" into a clown) Unknown song playing when Dr. Panetti is searching for the laughing place There's also another song I can't find that plays when Jack asks for the victim's opinion on the show as well as when he catches Dr. Panetti playing doctor with Chance. Main Title - Stephen King's IT by Richard Bellis - Stephen King's IT: Soundtrack from the Television Motion Picture (Plays when Jack picks the second card and drags out the next "volunteer") Unknown Circus/Carnival type music playing duriing the "Woodchipper" bit Big Bad Clown by Richard Bellis - Stephen's Kings IT Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Jack breaking the jaw of the chivalrous "volunteer") Storm by Nox Arcana - The Carnival of Lost Souls album (plays during the "Hammer Time" scene) Trust by Megadeth - Cryptic Writings (plays when they're preparing the Aztec Spikes of Death) Post-Show Blood by My Chemical Romance -The Black Parade album If there is anything that I'm missing, feel free to add on to the list!
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