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  1. Blumhouse-Oween because it’s a promotional house. And I can’t see it being much progressive from the other Halloween houses.
  2. Me thinks that was probably liked back when The Thing prequel came out in 2011.
  3. Leaked dates are indicating September 14-November 3 as the running time. https://mobile.twitter.com/SunshineFrights/status/958527203423281153?ref_src=twsrc^tfw&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fs9e.github.io%2Fiframe%2Ftwitter.min.html%23958527203423281153
  4. Orlando 23-27 10. American Horror Story (26) 9. Insidious (25) 8. AHS Vol 2 (27) 7. Dollhouse Of The Damned (24) 6. Dracula Untold (24) 5. The Exorcist (26) 4. Tomb Of The Ancients (26) 3. Scarecrow - The Reaping (27) 2. Cabin In The Woods (23) 1. Jack Presents (25)
  5. Would be interested in seeing a reverse thread of this. Dracula Untold - People put way too much focus on the "promotional maze" aspect before even going in. The Purge - Was one of the more fun mazes at 25, which IMO is sort of overrated house-wise. TWD 2015 - Always got good scares here, only bad set piece was the tubs. Exorcist - Don't get entirely what was wrong with this and why Hollywood's is portrayed like this god-like maze when it seems it have the same issues they're complaining about this year. Ash Vs Evil Dead - The opinion has curved so much on Blumhouse I can't list it here. But apparently this maze is bad...somehow. I don't know, I think people have too much expectations of 20 episodes in 10-12 rooms. Also apparently one-liners don't fit Evil Dead, which is a huh? Thought it was fun and a great adaptation. At least it was interesting, unlike the Shining.
  6. Interesting rando thing of note: Singapore also used "The Best Nightmares Never End" in their commercial.
  7. 2013: Afterlife - Read all the stuff about IB and PT and had it in my thoughts this wouldn't be bad for my first year. It was lame, a "throw all the cool effects we got" 3D house instead of any attempt to put anything together. 2014: Roanoke - Not scary, and sets were generic. A tour of Roanoke. Finale surprise wasn't really worth the hype. TWD avoids this because I didn't go in 2013's so it was a newish experience for me (*Cough* 2013 Zones *Cough*) 2015: RUN - Scareless on all runs. Things come and go too fast to make sense. Lots of the same transition room. Meh. Purge and TWD had decent scares at minimum over this. 2016: LP3D - What zombieman said basically. My least favorite HHN house. Icon having a 3D house should ever be an idea again. Once again, 3D for the sake of throwing in effects and stuff instead of trying to tie together. 2017: The Shining - Horrid queue line for a honestly more boring house than anything. Sets feel grand enough. Scares happen, but they don't hit, exception of Gold Room. The abstract stuff was inconsistent with the real stuff, unlike Exorcist where they at least stuck with the artsy stuff the whole time, and the non-artsy stuff connected better in my opinion. Still not in my bottom 5 though. Bottom 5: LP3D Afterlife RUN AWIL 2015 (Night and Day on this one between two houses.) La Llorona (Lots of ladies reaching out of the dark. The 2nd half was basically incomphrensible.)
  8. Less memorable and more just an effective gauntlet of scares in my opinion. It got a good jump out of me for every run I did of it and is one of the better cast houses from my runs. Don't know what the looking up is all about.
  9. Nah, Ouija got Purged like Scream was in 25? Why? Who knows.
  10. Black and orange suit I believe was Harry S. Pumpkins without having seen the show. The description is similar though.
  11. I saw Jigsaw and the Pablo (who also did pretty good on his own from what I saw) ping ponging the hell out of people
  12. Some tour guides definitely seem more into it and willing to slip stuff than others. I believe David is the best one, though someone else can verify his exact name. Had him for my 26 UTH and his info made it worth the lack of photos.
  13. I have thought up a Final Destination maze concept. May try to write it out to preempt my original.s.
  14. Overall from worst to best: Afterlife - Death’s Vengeance 3D Lunatics Playground 3D RUN - Blood, Sweat, and Fears AWIL 2015 Urban Legends - La Llorona HAVOC - Derailed Roanoke - Cannibal Colony Alien Vs Predator Resident Evil - Escape From Raccoon City Ghost Town - Curse Of Lightning Gulch The Walking Dead (2016) From Dusk Till Dawn Texas Chainsaw Massacre HIVE Giggles & Gore Inc. Asylum In Wonderland 3D Evil Dead The Shining Freddy Vs Jason Horrors Of Blumhouse TWD - Living & The Dead Saw - Games Of Jigsaw AWIL 2013 Halloween Halloween - Hell Comes To Haddonfield The Purge Body Collectors - ReCollections Dead Waters Krampus The Walking Dead - End Of The Line The Fallen Ash Vs. Evil Dead American Horror Story Insidious American Horror Story - Volume 2 Dollhouse Of The Damned Dracula Untold - Reign Of Blood The Exorcist Tomb Of The Ancients / Scarecrow - The Reaping (Tied) Cabin In The Woods Jack Presents - 25 Years Of Monsters & Mayhem
  15. Whoops. Shoulda explained. 41 is all the different houses I've been in in 5 years (all minus TWD 2013).

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