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  1. 8 points
    Sounds like we can strike Blumhouse from the event for the time being.
  2. 7 points
    This reads like a fan-made event and not actual speculation.
  3. 6 points
    I know the apocalypse is supposed to be clad in leather, but that isn’t why this year’s event received the nickname I gave it. The map is cute, but very wishful thinking. Locations aren’t very well thought out. A house called Frostbite wouldn’t go into a location that isn’t thoroughly climate controlled. The tents can’t produce the necessary temperature. KKFOS would need to be in a soundstage. While derivative IPs have happened in the same year, derivative originals are less likely. If I can easily produce four non-derivative originals to cover the Four Horsemen while producing an end of the world theme, I’m sure A&D can. Pestilence - Plague doctors Famine - Scarecrows War - Nightingales Death - Body Collectors
  4. 5 points
    Conclusion #3 Universal asked what WB's operational costs and profits were during last year's event. They gave them that money times 10 to use their properties. WB closed up shop for 2019's event and said...yeah...we're good.
  5. 5 points
    Hmmmm..... What could IT mean? I honestly have no idea...
  6. 5 points
    This will probably merge so caplocks: HORROR MADE HERE IS NOT HAPPENING IN 2019. Murdy’s tweet about a surprise pitch is officially far more intriguing than before. It happened the same day as Mike’s tweet about a successful pitch. Now...everyone remind me to be cynical. Cause my inner King fangirl is trying to freaking claw her way to the top.
  7. 5 points
    Oh wow those facades are incredible!! This may be the wrong place to ask but does anybody have any info on what it’s like being a scare actor? If they work around other schedules? I’ll be in the DCP soon but I would love the opportunity to work in a large scale haunt like this!
  8. 5 points
    Who would even want to go to Florida where it’s hot enough as it is to walk into a house thats just as hot?! I honestly think I would skip a “heated” house
  9. 5 points
    Mark Hamill doesn’t do impressions. He does voices. He IS the Joker, and has been since the 90s.
  10. 5 points
    The flames were outside the house. Heat was an issue in Disaster! and Jaws. Scareactors became ill from it. Adding heat creates a liability issue to Universal. No theme is worth making scareactors ill.
  11. 5 points
    I doubt we will ever get a house that increases the heat. Too much of a liability. Not the guests, but the scareactors. Besides the fact that makeup can be effected by heat, heat could make the scareactors lethargic and heatstroke is a real risk in Florida.
  12. 5 points
    This year isn't shaping up to be rehashes. I expect at least 3 IPs to be brand new to Orlando. And yes, there's likely a couple of drastic curve balls in there. We should get something before then.
  13. 5 points
    This is the place to share any fan-made wallpapers you've made for HHN 29 or to even request one. Please note: If you wish to have a different size wallpaper made please message the user who created it. Click to Download Full Size Images
  14. 5 points
    Us definitely had enough material/scenery to sustain it's own house. I would feel like the cohesiveness of the source material is cheapened if combined with anything else.
  15. 4 points
    Well I sure as hell didn't make it. Otherwise there would have been two stage shows - both using Bill & Ted
  16. 4 points
    So pretty much, the story of the Body Collectors started with a 2005 haunted house called Body Collectors. The year had a huge backstory about a country that was run on human sacrifice. The inhabitants of the country, called Terra Cruentus, would use some of the parts to make the Terra Blade, used for sacrificing the Terra Queen on Halloween night every 15 years. The Body Collectors, were the ones who would process the bodies and sort the parts. They would use these parts to make "art" and tools. The house that year involved guests entering their industrial factor located in Terra Cruentus. Inside, guests could see them mutilating bodies to salvage their parts. HHN 2008 expanded on this, in a prequel house and scarezone titled Body Collectors: Collections of the Past and the Streets of Blood respectively. The stories behind these two, were that the Body Collectors were using cover ups of mass murder and plague to hide their "body collecting" (taking bodies to harvest their organs). The event featured in this house and scarezone was the Jack the Ripper murders. The Body Collectors would take the bodies and blames it on Jack the Ripper. Their assistants also appeared in this house and scarezone, as people who would help the Body Collectors collect. Now, fast-forward to HHN25 and the lore of the Body Collectors was expanded even further. Body Collectors: Recollections was a haunted house tie-in with another famed HHN franchise, Psycho Scareapy. The lore behind that house was that Shadybrook Asylum went through a blizzard, and that the Body Collectors, finding a perfect opportunity as everyone was trapped inside, started to collect bodies. They enlisted the help of some of the inmates, and together, they all started to kill people in various ways. Also, the Body Collectors were based on The Gentlemen from A Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode called Hush. That's all I know. Hope, this helped!
  17. 4 points
    Alright, someone made a serious speculation map. Houses Stranger Things - Soundstage 22 Slaughter Sinema: Director's Cut - Soundstage 24B Dead Waters: Black Tide - Soundstage 24A The Haunting of Hill House - Soundstage 25 Halloween - Tent 3 Killer Klownz from Outer Space 3D - Sprung Tent 2 Frostbite - Sprung Tent 1 Seeds of Survival - New Parade Building The World's End - Parade Building The Four Horsemen: Reign of Terror - Shrek 4D Theater 2 Scare Zones The Gateway - Plaza of the Stars Vamp 2K - New York Zombies!!! - South Street The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror - Springfield Silent Hill - Central Park Classic Monsters - Hollywood Show Academy of Villains
  18. 4 points
    Yay! The website is devolving even more. I want to look at it as a potential evolutionary step, but I’m sincerely doubting it. It appears that they are attempting to garner more clicks, but they know what used to bring the traffic. Daily traffic with multiple refreshes at that. This reeks of an attempt to appease fans while trying to lure in the GP for clicks. Yes, I’m still salty about the lack of decent websites.
  19. 4 points
    I don't know if it's been mentioned, but the website sure took on a different look this year. Looks almost exactly like Knott's Scary Farm's last year, showing placeholders for every single house, scarezone, show, and even attraction. This is in the "Haunted Houses & More" section. Houses - 10 placeholders (ST revealed so far) Scarezones - 5 placeholders Attractions - 6 placeholders (there were 6 attractions last year) Live Entertainment - 1 placeholder
  20. 4 points
    If we're stuck with another Blumhouse, I hope we get US in it - definitely some potentially cool HHN moments. I'd prefer The Horrors of Jordan Peele with Get Out and US though.
  21. 3 points
    No. Stop this. I can't get excited for this two years in a row before proof. Who would Murdy be meeting with that he was a huge fan of growing up? Unless he's having tea with Mr. King, I'm not sure who that would be. I'd like this too much to be true. It's probably The Mule. Meeting with Eastwood about The Mule.
  22. 3 points
    You guys want me to torture you, don’t you? You are not helping me here!! So...I know something you don’t know, and I’m not giving hints now!!!
  23. 3 points
    I know it’s highly unlikely, but I will be so happy if Treehouse of Horror happens. Plus haven’t the press releases already confirmed 5 scarezones? That list has 6.
  24. 3 points
    House of 1,000 Corpses would work considering that 3 Days From Hell is supposed to be out this year. Plus the carnival idea with a Captain Spaulding would be fitting for a icon-less year to help fill that void. Killer Klowns will happen. Other IPs is likely to probably not... purge or walking dead no. Purge will be back either way it’s universal. Chucky would be fine for a house but it would be more align to 2009’s version. But unlikely... but i wouldn’t be surprised. Originals... Slaughter Sinema will probably come back, and some newbies. The theme is probably either 80’s revamped or all over the place. I know right before the event is done.. we will have a 2020 sneak peek which would make us feel like a kid on Christmas morning. 2020’s event shines with some IPs and a bunch of tributes from other events and chance gets hotter lol.
  25. 3 points
    This page hasn't been touched in a hot minute, and I have a lot of ideas for houses, so why not? PREQUEL Where Evil Begins - Travel back to 1940s New York, where struggling author Elsa Strict discovers a mysterious storybook that grants her anything she writes into it. However, the dream soon becomes a nightmare when she begins to go insane. (yes, i'm biased. so what?) SEQUEL PsychoScareapy: Squeaky Clean - After years of abandonment, the old Shadybrook Rest Home and Sanitarium has been reopened! Filled with cutting edge technology and caring wait staff, it seems like the days of Shadybrook's treacherous past have been forgotten. However, there seems to be something in the water... MASHUP All Out War - In the midst of the Vietnam War, the Body Collectors have taken shop in an abandoned weapons factory. Eager to begin the next chapter of their business, their victim count has dropped due to the arrival of a gang of bloodthirsty nurses. Who will prevail, the Body Collectors or the Nightingales? No matter who wins, both armies will lose.
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