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OhHaiInternet95

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  1. OhHaiInternet95

    Since Legacy said they had It back in December, Poltergeist miiiiiight've been It's replacement?
  2. OhHaiInternet95

    Shakespeare and Aesop's Fables come to mind. It's never going to happen because copyright hell and how obscure his books are aside from Chocolate Factory--and even then it's more of a Shining case where the movie is so different from the book that people barely recognize the book version anyways--but a Roald Dahl compilation house would be a dream come true for me.
  3. OhHaiInternet95

    So which of the houses this year are actually scary?
  4. OhHaiInternet95

    It was only #7 on my anticipation list but I’m getting way more excited for Poltergeist.
  5. OhHaiInternet95

    Which house had the best scares to you?
  6. OhHaiInternet95

    Hopefully a walkthrough structure like this: https://youtu.be/3dqm_0m2y7Q?t=155
  7. OhHaiInternet95

    Glad you're back. I hope the event wins you back over.
  8. OhHaiInternet95

    Yeah, but that's still WAY more decorative than the streets have been any year since 2011. Which is great IMO.
  9. OhHaiInternet95

    Not that I'm complaining, but how are they gonna get parade through those? Seems like more day standing street sets this year than any year since SSP started.
  10. OhHaiInternet95

    Eh, since the witch was the villain anyway, wouldn't that take away from the scariness? Unless they want to eat everyone...
  11. OhHaiInternet95

    I loved the screaming guest clip for Slaughter Sinema.
  12. OhHaiInternet95

    I remember the room in Once Upon A Nightmare where her corpse was dangling from the castle wall: I'd love for them to expand on that, especially since Tangled has come out since then. Surprised HHN Bear isn't returning. The story they set up in the Three Bears room in OUAN was actually quite depressing: Goldilocks kills Mama and Baby Bear, and then Papa Bear (presumably) kills Goldilocks. The eight-foot tall Papa Bear was terrifying, but I felt really bad for him. Really hoping for a Snow Queen room. Legacy said that the facade (I'm guessing the witch's castle?) will take up almost 25 percent of the space. I'm pretty sure that back in March when Aiello teased "Splatter" that it was scene 7, so it'll be at least seven scenes long--and I don't see Humpty Dumpty being the finale (flying monkeys?). Therefore, I'm going to predict that Carnival Graveyard will be very short, though it's still my most anticipated just because of the "wide open" concept, and I think it has the widest range of potential (could be an all-time great or a complete flop).
  13. OhHaiInternet95

    I agree with the first paragraph. Disagree with the second. I generally like the originals FAR more than the IPs (although strangely enough my favorite house at 26 was an IP, one that many disliked). Most people who are newcomers to HHN have no idea about the originals. I'm not saying that to belittle people who are drawn to the event via TWD/AHS/Saw/Stranger Things, but to highlight the fact that their attendance shot up starting in 2012. As zombieman said a couple months ago, an average newcomer will hear about something like Scarecrow and understandably not get that excited--it's a house with scarecrows, and those are done all across the country. But they have AHS? Almost no haunts have access to an IP that big! Of course, that tide might be turning a little bit, and I couldn't be happier.
  14. OhHaiInternet95

    Not entirely within their control. Horror Made Here and Disney's Fox acquisition are in large part to blame.
  15. OhHaiInternet95

    I think the conga lines catch a lot of newcomers off guard.
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