Seeing as there isn't a general HHN discussion forum here not pertaining to the Orlando or Hollywood attractions, so I figured this thread was appropriate here. The moderators are welcome to move it to a more fitting forum though if they want.
For fun, let's say this year there's no time or money to make up new HHN attractions but you have leftover sets, props, costumes, etc. from all past events and you can choose up to 13 attractions from all previous HHN events from both Orlando and Hollywood you can have in your Universal park for this year's HHN. What thirteen attractions do you choose to bring back for your HHN this year? You can also pick a previous icon to use to represent the event.
If I was faced with the decision, my HHN would have the thirteen following:
Friday The 13th: Camp Blood
A Nightmare On Elm Street: Freddy's Nightmare
Halloween: The Life & Crimes Of Michael Myers
Saw: Game On
Scream 4 Your Life
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Saw Is Law
Crypt Keeper's Dungeon Of Terror
My Bloody Valentine: Be Mine 4 Ever
The Thing: Assimliation
Evil Dead: Book Of The Dead
Clive Barker's Harvest
I'd like to have so many of the major Horror icons present at the same event, I think it'd be a lot of fun to see them all together in one setting. I think the theme of my HHN event with these attractions would be that an all-out war has broken out between all of these killers like Freddy, Jason, Michael, Jigsaw, Ghostface, etc. and they're all warring throughout the park, terrorizing the guests and trying to wreak the most havoc. In the process, The Caretaker at Scream House has been doing sinister experiments which have opened up portals around the park which have allowed the Vypex creatures from Harvest to infest. The situation gets no better with the Deadites and Thing aliens also loose around the park, adding to the mayhem.
I have a hard time picking which icon would be best for the event, maybe the Crypt Keeper? I can see him as kind of an MC of sorts amidst the battle between all of the killers and monsters loose in the park.