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  1. Okay, so back with the second part! Let me know what you think! Scarezones and the final house next time. Thanks to Fear2010 and Twilight59 for your ideas! Time Terror Wolfstock - Turn out, tune in, and drop out…just don’t forget you may find some groovy ghoulies turning the mud pit into a monster mash. You happen upon a music festival in Wolves’ Hollow, Texas. The lineup isn’t quite Woodstock, but an up-and-coming psychedelic rock group, Bad Moon Rising, makes you pull over and sit a spell. Lost in plaintive howls and mind-blowing guitar solos, you hardly realize that night has fallen over the desert. The crowd of sexy hippies and the band on stage transform into beasts, and all seems like a bad trip…until a lost soul like you gets his arm chopped off. Now, it’s feeding time, and the tourists are supper. Soundtrack: Bad Moon Rising - Creedence Clearwater Revival Help! - The Beatles Summer in the City - The Lovin’ Spoonful Born to be Wild - Steppenwolf For What It’s Worth - Buffalo Springfield The Director: First Cut - After months of rehearsals and solo table reads, Paulo Ravinsky is ready to make his American debut… as the director. You’ve initially heard the rumors about a suspicious character lurking in the East Village. Then, you found a name: Paulo Ravinsky, a film student on foreign exchange. Chief made your case top priority, so when you get an address, you leave without a word, confident you don’t need to back up to subdue some malnourished, deluded creep from Yugoslavia or wherever. But ahead of you is a blackout. The street is filled with kids openings hydrants, people looting ATMs and shops, and savage, bloody beatdowns taking place. The apartment building Paulo lives in is void of human life, either due to the rioting, or one of the rickety elevators that you take up. The way to Paulo is ominously dark and you finally find him, you see the blackout end and the true darkness unleashed. Soundtrack: Paranoid - Black Sabbath Night of the Living Dead - Misfits Cherry Bomb - The Runaways Tubular Bells - Mike Oldfield Psycho Killer - Talking Heads Teen Dancerama - Every teenager in Wyandot County, Ohio, wants to be on WKNB’s Teen Dancerama. It’s all good, wholesome, clean fun - nothing like D&D, heavy metal, or those nasty horror films the station used to air. The host, Lance Kaye, is warm…and very familiar. The current rash of youth crimes can’t possibly be related. But, all too late, the adult residents of Carey find themselves enraptured in horror, unable to leave their dens, as their children wreak havoc and take no prisoners in an attempt to build their own teenage wasteland. Soundtrack: Hangin’ Tough - New Kids on the Block On Our Own - Bobby Brown The Killing Moon - Echo & the Bunnymen Bad Boys - Wham! I Think We’re Alone Now - Tiffany Base - It’s hot, it’s edgy, it’s radical! It’s totally extreme, in-your-face, it’s got attitude! It’s Base! The newest energy drink is Base, a neon green delicacy known for its sugary sweet lemon-lime flavor and the energy boosts it provides, far beyond that of Jolt and Josta. In fact, health risks are disregarded as sports teams and athletes worldwide fight to be sponsored by Base. Musicians appear in countless advertisements. But the Olympics brings horrific things to light. Team members turn on each other in competitive rage. Orgies (clothed writhing, to keep it PG-13) nearly break out on the field. Confessions of doping are shouted to the heavens. Outside the arena, in the streets of America, everyone begins fulfilling their basest instincts, all self-control lost. Anarchy reigns throughout the world as uninfected grunge rockers, gangster rappers and other corporate rebels hide in a outwardly abandoned mansion…until a massive horde of very infected and very avid fans find them. Travel through the mansion’s halls as you witness the ultimate meet-and-greet gone horribly wrong. Soundtrack: Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana Guilty Conscience - Eminem ft. Dr. Dre Boys & Girls - Blur (You Drive Me) Crazy (The Stop! Remix) - Britney Spears When the Lights Go Out - Five RUN! - The reality TV offering du jour is Run!, a show where D-list celebrities go on grand scale scavenger cities in world cities with ridiculous time limits. This evening’s edition is a bit more…cramped. A new host named Eddie has replaced the ubiquitous overgelled pretty boy, and the hunt is on in a warehouse. The difference is that Eddie’s releasing the hounds…and his ire. Pooki, India Tilton, Davy Dave, Damon Fowl, and Lila Frank have one objective…when the entitled scavengers become the hunted, Run! becomes RUN! Soundtrack: Everywhere I Go - Hollywood Undead Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz Kill You - Eminem Waidmanns Heil - Rammstein Lapdance - N.E.R.D.
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  2. Wait, we already have potential IP information about next year? That’s interesting
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  3. I hope Mark opens up the actual spec thread soon, cause some info is starting to come out.......
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  4. Oh, I’m totally liking the idea of some of the IP’s being used in a Post-Apocalypse theme cause It makes me wonder what type of scenario the characters would be in while being themselves at the same time.
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  5. The kind of modern response our marketing team is looking for. You’ve inspired a new commercial! Well, you and OK Soda. https://youtu.be/U5_MuBQDy44
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  6. Sure you can add it if you like. I’m actually thinking about adding an extra scene with Frankenstein’s Monsters as a Kyle who attacks with a “Frankenpunch” while holding a Monster Energy can and drinks.
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  7. I suggest checking out this fun one made by a Facebook user using our template from 28.
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  8. The description is awesome! “Bad Moon Rising” is one of the best choices for this idea, since CCR played at Woodstock. The Beatles makes sense too cause they were supposed to play there, but never happened. If there’s one thing I could add is a Werewolf-themed parody of Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze.” Furry Haze are on my skin Human days are fading out Going violent without a clue ‘Scuse me while I slash this guy
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  9. Not sure Mark would allow us to post a speculation thread this soon when the event is still going on right now, but I figured we’ll be getting four IP’s again like now and last year. My early IP predictions are….. The Exorcist: What’s the best way to celebrate the classic 1973’s 50th anniversary? By bringing it back to the event that is the same as 26 with some improvements and an extra scene or two as a preview to the upcoming reboot. Stranger Things (Seasons 4 & 5): We should be glad it’s not back yet right now cause otherwise It would be a let down quality wise. The A&D team are probably having more time to make up the expectations of Season two in order to be good as the first one or maybe exceed it. I can totally picture it as a Megahouse. Slipknot: I hope The Weeknd is the catalyst of the music based houses for HHN. With The End, So Far album coming out this month, It perfectly makes sense for Slipknot to go next, going by the original lineup that fans are familiar with the most and also as a tribute to their deceased members. Though, not as big as The Weeknd and Alice Cooper, but the beloved masked metallers from Iowa sold over 35 million copies worldwide, had three number one albums on the Billboard 200, and even won a Grammy. They’re big enough to draw a lot of crowds. Universal Monsters: We had the Frankensteins last year, and currently with Dracula, the Wolfman, and the Mummy. So, next year would be a toss up between the Creature From The Black Lagoon or Phantom Of The Opera. If 5 as an extra Wildcard Nightmare On Elm Street: It seems like the Slasher icons are being represented one at a time in recent years. Last year was Leatherface, this year is Micheal Myers, and Freddy Krueger is probably next in line for 32.
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  10. I decided not to make any more for this year but if you tell me what house you want and if you want mobile or desktop I’ll see what I can do
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  11. Had a good time at the Studios for the event as a one night trip in Orlando, and I’m now back at home to show you guys my overall review of HHN31. Houses Dead Man’s Pier: This is easily my house of the year! The set and layout designs were jaw-dropping, the intro scene has a really good dark ride vibe, and the telegraphed scares are excellent despite being the most silent house. It’s more than a “GOAT” - It’s a “BOAT GOAT.” Descendants: I knew this house has the best scares overall, and I knew I was right about it. But the sets and darkness were surprisingly even better than I thought, and the tilting effect inside the subway train is awesome!! Halloween: I’m pretty sure most of y’all will say “Oh, it’s Michael Myers. That guy again. Been there and done it already.” But not me cause they were lots of good scares and great pieces filled with the iconic and nostalgic score. There were a handful of weird minor choices, but really good overall. Weeknd: Finally! A good music based house in Orlando!! It has a fun party vibe and wacky visuals, and some which are probably not in his music videos but were a good fit that made me feel like I was in it. I was very impressed with the scareactors being on point both creatively and genuinely. If he paves the waves for acts to have their own houses in the future, then I wanna thank him so much greatly. Chupacabras: Though I wish the puppets were scarier and less cartoony, the sets and effects were done very well, and it’s even more enjoyable to see the people scares than the Chupacabras. Unlike some of the other puppet-driven houses such as American Werewolf In London, this one has a very limited articulation. Bugs: I downright love the aesthetic of the house at the beginning that is delivered so well. It gave me the Leave It To Cleaver vibes but in a completely different theme, and it even made me feel like I was in a B-Rated movie. The victim characters who were “eaten alive” are so freaky. I just wish the ending of this house was better so that it doesn't make me say “Oh, I guess it’s over” again with some more big bug scares. Legends Collide: Though the sets are great, and some of the scares are also great. But for a house that is super long, it seems to be dragged by a lot of guests. I’m just disappointed with the unequal balance of the monsters’ appearance that revolves around the Mummy way too much. Despite a couple of very noticeable flaws, it’s good. Blumhouse: The sets weren’t bad; it’s just weird with unimpressive mediocre scares. But at least the Black Phone scareactors did their best. It’s way too clunky for me to like it than I am supposed to, and I don’t think we need another compilation of two IP’s under the Blumhouse name when some coulda been a more full fledged house. Hellblock: The sets are repetitive, but there are a few interesting pieces. The “jail” aspect of the house works well despite my disappointment with the facade, since it sells the idea of entering a penitentiary and it’s overall the most retro house. Spirits of the Coven: This is my bottom of the barrel that disappointedly failed to meet my expectations. The entire energy felt so slow and low with too many loose scares, bad triggers, and way too confusing for a 1920’s bar with a hook and Witches making potions. Scarezones Graveyard: A beautifully dark zone with both surprisingly and interestingly excellent costumes, and the sets look even better in person too. I’m really glad that they treat the concept of this zone very seriously by both embracing the tropes and breaking the cliches of the graveyard theme. My zone of the year! Conjure: Much better than last year’s zone in the San Francisco area; the pathways in the front and behind the mind-blowing stage are easier to take pictures and walk through now. The scareactors are very ambitious when they come up to you in your face, offering the best scares than any other zone. Scarecrow: Not mind-blowing as Graveyard but it’s a fun and beautiful zone to walk through that really made me feel I was at an Abandoned Farm in a rural area. I’m mostly critical of the barn cause of the slaughterhouse vibes with the distracting lack of the trap roof. Horrors of Halloween: Though it sort of feels empty and needs some orange lighting, but It’s a better photo-op zone than CryptTV with some scareactors actually doing their own thing, and seeing the Pumpkin Lord first while walking through felt like a very welcoming introduction of the event which truly makes him an icon. Sweet Revenge: I’m actually shocked how disappointing this zone is. I wanted this to be over-the-top and downright ridiculous other than the Trick or Treaters, but its personality is so lacking and bare-bone. Shows Ghoulish!: Easily the best Lagoon show of all time. There are no IP mandates like the last two, and it felt a lot like I was watching a deleted scene from the Nightmare Before Christmas. It’s a fun and experimental show with vintage artwork. My only complaint is for not including a pyro for the ending. Nightmare Fuel Wildfire: Was expecting to see something new here and there, but it’s the same as last year that is all copying and pasting. If they’re keeping it the way it is years from now, then it’s gonna make me want them to bring back Bill and Ted. My observations at the event: The crowds were rough, but I was able to hit all the attractions, and I’m so glad they installed raised walkways for the tent queues, which is something we needed after a heavy rain. One big issue I’ve noticed that needs to be taken seriously is the trash cans always get overfilled very quickly. If they could expand the garbage staff, they could clear them out actively during the event, so it stays empty at all times.
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  12. ICE NINE KILLS 2: Welcome to HorrorWood Are you misunderstood? Are you more bad than good? Welcome to HorrorWood, where anyone would kill for a callback. LA Police are on the lookout for Ice Nine Kills frontman Spencer Charnas, who is suspected of murdering his girlfriend in cold blood. Found at the scene of the crime was a mask and a CD, hand-labelled Welcome to HorrorWood, containing audio reminiscent of several horror movies. Investigators believe the disk to contain hints to other murders Charnas has potentially committed, with the film of reference being a reference to how the victims were murdered. Those with weak stomachs are advised to tune out now, as the murder scenes can and will be gristly. I have seen less of these movies than I did the first Silver Screams album, so a lot of these are probably rather inaccurate. As with my first INK house idea, a lot of the characters will be captain ersatz'd with legally distinct variations, and the IX will be hidden throughout scenes. ROOMS: Facade: A live recreation of the Horrorwood album cover. As guests walk up to the street, the hills of "Horrorwood" visible as a giant matte painting, the music plays previous Ice Nine Kills songs, and alternative versions of songs from WtH (Orchestral and Aucoustic). However, between the two buildings the audio switches to a loop of Opening Night. Opening Night: Guests enter a building and find a homicide detective puzzling over a theory wall, images of grotesque movie scenes, photos of band members, and a few easter egg photos connected by pin and string. as guests get to the end of a hall, an image drops and a killer wearing an INK mask (the one with the roman numeral IX over the eyes) stabs at guests with an icepick. Welcome to Horrorwood: Guests enter a room whose walls are decorated with portraits of film directors, horror memorabilia, and masks. Spencer's silhouette can be seen in a room over, as he writes the songs, before getting frustrated and picking up an ice pick and leaving. In the next room, with walls covered in sheets of lyrics, music, and music video scripts, is a woman's body, stabbed to death numerous times. Charnas will emerge from a wall with a pick. Leaving through a curtained door, guests find police investigating the house. One will emerge from the bushes, holding the INK mask in front of his face, in reference to Officer Dewey providing a similar fakeout in Scream. A Rash Decision: From a Beverly Hills home to a log cabin bathroom, guests walk past a sink covered in blood and a two-way mirror with a woman with a horrible rash on her face picking off her skin. In the next scene, necrotized rash victims are on the floor (and... almost anything else but the main body is like, on the floors or furniture), and a man shoots his friend, a puppet of a guy practically melting into the corner, which shoots "blood" as the shotgun "fires". Another rash victim will rush guests into the next room, scratches on her arm revealing bone. As guests exit the cabin, they find a woman, still alive, fallen to pieces, a dog eating her lower torso. She reaches for the guests with her one good arm, and the man with a shotgun emerges from the other side, his lower jaw falling off from rash. Assault and Batteries: In a city apartment, guests pass by a human-sized INK Doll box, which contains a homicidal Charnas Doll. The doll will break through the box, stabbing at guests. In the living room, guests see a corpse of a woman, her neck on the tracks of a toy train, and a son holding her head, smiling evily. Charny will attack guests with an axe. Leaving the apartment, guests find themselves in the ruins of a toy store. Surrounding them are walls of INK Doll boxes, some containing dolls and others containing scaracters. As lightning crashes outside, a horde of Charny dolls on a cart will charge forward while guests enter the next scene. The Shower Scene: In the next scene, Spencer greets guests at the office of a motel. The walls are covered with taxidermy and paintings of Norma Bates, and everything is black and white. From one of the Norma paintings, eyes can be seen peering from the painting's eyes. Then guests find themselves in the Bates house attic, where a lighting fixture swings, making it appear that the corpse of Norma is laughing at guests. Finally, guests find themselves walking through a shower. On the curtain, guests can see a shadow approach, and Spencer, dressed like Norma, attacks guests with a knife. Funeral Derangements: Guests find themselves leaving the Bates Motel on a dark highway. A semi truck will light up, blaring its horn, and drive towards guests. Then guests enter a pet "semetery", where Spencer is waist-deep in a grave, digging into the dirt with a pickaxe. From behind a crude tombstone, a feral cat animatronic lunges at guests. Entering the next room, guests see a procession of children in animal masks, and a zombie child stabbing an adult. One of the masked children will attack the guests. Rainy Day: Guests find themselves in the lobby of the LAPD office, except the building has been trashed and the lights are flickering. A pair of double doors is barricaded by a board through the handles, yet the zombies on the other side have nearly broken their way through. Guests go past the desk into a lab, where Jill fires a pistol at several zombies that have broken through an observation window. A licker-esque zombie will lunge at guests from behind a cabinet, and guests find themselves in a room full of mutating corpses. On a catwalk above the corpses, Wesker strangles Chris with his tentacles. From behind a terminal on the other side of the room, a Nemesis will lunge out. Hip to be Scared: Guests find themselves in a bedroom where someone was filming snuff porn. Two women are laid out on a bed, or more accurately, their body parts are scattered on the bloodied sheets, and the bonewhite walls are splattered with blood and gore. Spencer, playing the role of Patrick Bateman, will emerge from a closet, swinging an axe at guests. Then guests find themselves in Paul's apartment newspaper lining the floor. As they walk around the doped-up Paul's chair, Spencer approaches him from behind, wearing a bloodstained rain jacket. "HEY PAUL!" As the axe swings, Paul doubles over, and "blood" sprays on guests. Exiting the living room, guests find themselves in a room full of hanging drycleaned suits and seranwrapped corpses. As they push their way to the exit, Spencer, wearing nothing above the waist and probably nothing below the belt (the scaracter is probably wearing pants but his lower body is covered by the bannister), shouts at guests before dropping a chainsaw onto guests. The chainsaw is on a cord, and will stop above guests, before being reeled back to the Spencer scaracter's reach. And it's probably a fake chainsaw, what with the gas fumes a real saw would have. Take Your Pick: Guests find themselves passing the front office of the Hanniger Mines. On the side wall, "SOON HEARTS WILL BE BROKEN AND THE DAMAGE SEVERE/YOU'LL FALL HEADLESS OVER HEELS ONCE THE 14TH IS HERE" is written in blood, lit with UV lights, and a heart rests in a box of chocolates. Hanging through the window is a victim of Harry Warden, who will come alive and reach out to guests, begging for help. From behind the bushes, however, Harry Warden will attack. Guests then enter a cave where a party was abandoned, littered with solo cups, beer cans, and other rager party detritus, and on the wall is another poem, "ROSES ARE RED AND VIOLETS ARE TOO/THEY'LL NEED YOUR DENTAL RECORDS TO IDENTIFY YOU". Through a door, guests can see a Harry dummy, but from another door emerges a man whose face has been fractured by Warden's pickaxe. Warden will emerge from behind the victim and pull him back. Then, in the mine showers, Guests see a woman impaled on a shower faucet, the shower head still running. As guests exit the showers, Harry Warden shoots at them with a nail gun. The Box: Guests find themselves in a burning church, a glowing opened Lament Configuration, Pinhead behind the pulpit with nails in his palms. Exiting the room, guests witness Butterball flaying a victim pulled taut with chains. Rushing from a wall covered in flesh, Spencer rushes at guests, peeling the skin off his head. Guests then find themselves in Hell, surrounded by chains, spiraling pillars of flesh and gore, and overlooked by (a matte painting of) The Leviathan. From behind the pillars, Pinhead will attack with a bloodied hook. F.L.Y.: Guests find themselves in a trashed laboratory, two telepods flashing. From behind a messy counter, a mutated Spencer emerges, wearing a labcoat, dripping green slobber from his mouth, his skin oddly colored and warty. Then guests enter a room and find a man, skin dissolved by acid dripping from above, screaming in agony. As he begs guests for help, a further mutated Charnasfly pops down from the ceiling. Back in the lab, Charasfly has started to merge with his machinery, the puppet screaming and writhing in pain. At times, a giant, grotesque mutant fly limb will reach out and try to grab guests. Würst Vacation: Guests emerge from the lab, into a German gentleman's club. A woman auctions off guests to enthusiastic bidders, with one "claiming" his reward at the end of the scene. Guests then find a man slicing open a victim on a table, butchering him for meat. The victim begs for help, but the victim shuts him up, humming along to the song. The guests then find themselves in a room full of hanging corpses, and two living victims. A torturer takes a drill to one, and another prepares to slice into the other victim, but instead turns their knife to the guests. Ex-Mørtis: The scene turns to the den from the Evil Dead cabin. From the windows, guests can see Deadite Linda dancing, and Henrietta will bang on the cellar door, demanding release. This distracts guests while Cheryl and Scott attack from behind the furniture. Going through the door, guests find themselves in the kitchen, where Spencer/Ash cuts his arm off with a chainsaw, splattering guests with water. Guests then proceed down a hallway of dirt into a cellar, where Henrietta has transformed into a grotesque monstrosity. From behind a bookshelf, a Deadite Ash will attack guests with his chainsaw. Farewell II Flesh: Guests find themselves in a dimly lit bathroom covered in blood, with the image of the Candyman flashing in the cracked mirror. Suddenly the mirror opens along the middle, and Candyman's hook swipes at guests. The next room is pitch-black, but buzzing accompanies the music and shots of air make it feel like bees are attacking. The walls, as dark as it is, are waxy golden honeycombs coated with amber slime. Guests then find themselves in a burning room, the only way out through the mouth of a mural of Candyman. However, from the fire, Candyman emerges to take a final swipe at guests. Finale: Guests pass by a police lineup of Charasfly, Spencer Bates, Ash Spencer, and Harry Warden, with a Spencer wearing the Silence mask in the middle and closest to the glass. Opening Night loops once again. At the exit, Charny and Spencer Bateman attack guests with a knife and an axe, respectivly. Can you guess which of these movies I haven't seen and relied on TV Tropes for ideas? There's like... 9 oh god, I bs'd 9 segments in an ice nine kills house
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  13. It is WAY too early to begin speculating for HHN 32, but I wanted to post a list of IPs that I think have a chance of coming. Let me know what you think! The Exorcist (2023 Reboot) Chucky Movie Franchise/TV Series What We Do In The Shadows Nope - It would be difficult to translate into a haunted house, but I feel Universal could pull it off Terrifier Scream - Almost had it this year The Last of Us TV Series - Would've had it this year if it hadn't been delayed to 2023 Thirteen Ghosts Silence of the Lambs They Live The Thing Tales From the Crypt Controversial IPs Scooby-Doo Casper (2023 Series) Lady Gaga Melanie Martinez The Addams Family
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  14. Next year is the 50th anniversary of The Exorcist. I know Universal doesn't really do IPs just based on anniversaries, but with the reboot coming next year, it lines up pretty well. The only problem I have with it is that Hollywood just had the original Exorcist last year. If it's the reboot that comes, then it works out. But I wonder if it would be an Orlando exclusive if it's the original. Dang, I said "if" a lot lol.
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  15. This should be interesting; It’s making me wonder what went out so far. The reason I want the Exorcist to come back that is exactly like the one from 26 because I personally felt doing it based on the upcoming reboot would be too much of a spoiler, and it’s also too soon to tell if the sequel trilogy does well. Otherwise it’d a be ball-dropping moment for Universal, but an extra scene or two won’t hurt as a preview.
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  16. This is what the Studios looks like after Ian, and it doesn’t look like the backlot areas were flooded, which is good news. I just hope the facades of the sprung tent houses weren’t damaged by the wind.
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  17. Sounds like they could reopen the park for the event on Saturday, but you might have to wait until next week if they need some extra time to clean things up and fix all the damages. I hope all of you HNN regulars from Florida are safe from Ian.
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  18. And it’s a heartfelt middle finger to Ian.
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  19. I would love a Shaun of the Dead house but yeah, not too sure if that would come next year.
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  20. ^ Not sure if that’s on the table right now.
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  21. GIVE ME SHAUN OF THE DEAD OR GIVE ME DEATH!!!!
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  22. Here is a version everyone can edit and use freely without causing any confusion for the regular speculation maps we release.
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  23. For the other event ideas I have in mind. One would focus on the return of Marty Mindfield with the theme of it being breaking the fourth wall again with some signs of something being brewed on around the world, hinting at the end of the world, the event idea after that would be themed around the Apocalypse that's going on around the world, and the final event idea would be basically be post-apocalyptic. I got haunt ideas for the post-apocalyptic event idea like one focusing on insane followers of Jigsaw and continuing his legacy, and Chucky taking over a Good Guys doll factory and transforming it into his own territory after the apocalypse happened.
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  24. I’m guessing he was referring to Descendants of Destruction.
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  25. I'm not sure anyone pointed it out but entering into beginning of the house Spore from the Alien Isolation film plays, same track that played in the beginning of Seeds of Extinction.
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  26. Also for the Scream/New Nightmare crossover haunt, i'm actutally thinking of adding in a few other characters from Wes Craven's horror films, including Freddy Krueger himself (the original, not The Entity in its Freddy Krueger form) who appears at the end of the maze holding the head of The Entity.
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  27. Finished the doc, for the Metal Three show, I imagine there'd be pre-shows in-between each band, focusing on the three metal mascots (Vic Rattelhead, Eddie, and The Guy) being trapped in either the tour bus or in the dressing room, they'd be like this:
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  28. Heh, yeah LOL. Maybe, i'd probably do that sometime. Also, if the event idea were to happen, i'd like to see a return of interactive webpages, i've actually thought of it when I re-thought about my old event and rebooting it, it'd be pretty cool and fun to see it return
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  29. I could even picture Charlie, Alan, Pim, Glep, and even DJ Spit from Smiling Friends with that idea too. “I love Horror Nights, Charlie! I love Horror Nights!” I remember last year, you thought of doing an International overall theme like if the event have its own take of Epcot’s World Showcase, and each house and zone represents each country. I actually like to see your own descriptions of my house ideas inspired by The Jungle Book that is my take of a Scary Tales type of house (India representative) and Inuyasha that revolves around Naraku (Japan Representative).
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  30. That'd work, i'd also thought up of a series of videos on the HHN event that shows of how it all even happened in the first place, it'd be kinda like Roger Rabbit, blending in animation and live-action to the mix, it'd probably also be kinda a horror comedy as well. I'm thinking of some of the videos to have like interviews of some of the Adult Swims characters like Stan Smith, The Warden, Robot Chicken (the character), and Brock Sampson.
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  31. Yup, pretty much the event idea has a metafictional theme to it from the houses to the scare-zones and maybe even the shows. Of course for the show ideas, I thought of having a Gorillaz concert and a Bill and Ted return show to my event idea.
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  32. No problem! Checking out some of your ideas, and they all look like the Fourth Wall breaks are the overall theme of it.
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  33. Thanks, btw here's my the link to the doc i'm still working on. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IoFz26Rpi7LIz9N0LVi3prkc_5IJK5t3Oc1l_Bmo76c/edit
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  34. Just wanna know, is it alright if I add in your haunted house albeit with some tweaks to it (mostly on the ending) to my event idea lineup i'm working on my doc? It's a rebooted event lineup of an old event idea of mine that features Marty Mindfield in it. Apologies for double-posting btw.
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  35. I always liked the mobile versions of the entire event collages, gave me something to look forward to every time I looked at my phone.
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  37. I’m kinda surprised we have HHN 32 speculation already. The IPs I expect at next year’s event are Creature From The Black Lagoon, Blumhouse’s Exorcist Reboot, The Thing, Scream, and Chucky. I would’ve loved to have seen them do another Resident Evil game house but because the Netflix show was awful, I feel that diminishes the chances. If we get another music artist, I’d love to see Ice Nine Kills or Slipknot but not super sure of the likeliness of those.
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  38. This is just my idea or speculation, so take this with a grain of salt, but here they are. Haunted Mazes Hazbin Hotel (Curious George Tent 1) : Charlie Magne, the princess of Hell, sets about fulfilling her seemingly impossible dream of opening up a hotel called the "Happy Hotel", now called Hazbin Hotel, which aims to rehabilitate sinners. However, the demons of the second Hazbin Hotel, here at Universal Studios, have other ideas, and they're coming for you, wanting to steal your soul! An American Werewolf in London (Curious George Tent 2) : Cult-favorite An American Werewolf in London is one of the greatest horror films to feature special effects without the aid of CGI, and now, it's coming to life as an all-new, effects-packed maze.There is something evil lurking on the English Moors...an ancient, cursed creature with overpowering strength that prowls the countryside at night, searching for unsuspecting prey. A Four-footed Hound from Hell. Legend has it that those who have been attacked by a werewolf and survive become a werewolf themselves. Now, you must escape the monster's fatal fury or you'll be next! Beware the moon, stay on the road, keep clear of the Moors...and God help you! Universal Monsters: Dracula's Bloodbath (Parisian Courtyard) : Welcome to Castle Dracula on the night of “The Calling.” Vlad Dracula bids you welcome – be you one of the chosen men and/or women who has been called or merely a mortal man. Those who have been chosen must decide whether to join the Dark Prince in everlasting life as his sire or brides, or reject his offer and suffer for all eternity. The blood must be renewed. Alien vs. Predator (Waterworld Queue) : In a lab that has turned into an alien burrow you encounter a nightmare sight. A predator who is ferocious and devoured by aliens who are cruel and outrageous. The fierce battle between the strongest monsters will eventually transform into a “hunting” aiming at your life thoroughly! ! Experience the despair of the real thing in the grotesque world that has been recreated with amazing quality and scale. The Exorcist (Soundstage 29) : The film that fueled your worst nightmares has returned to Halloween Horror Nights. Enter the most haunting scenes from the film as 12-year-old Regan is possessed by a demon, possibly the devil himself. It’s a battle of the wills between good and evil. Clowns 3D: Music by Slash (Mummy Queue) : Legendary guitarist and horror aficionado, Slash, has teamed up with Halloween Horror Nights to bring a frightening new sound to this original 3D maze. Welcome to Clowns 3D: Music by Slash, where you will experience a mind-blowing, sensory overload of your darkest fears. A dilapidated roadside attraction that was once a thriving ice cream factory awaits you. Once you step through the funhouse doors, you quickly realize this establishment is run by psychotic clowns who have murderous designs on their unsuspecting patrons. This place is really a hellish torture chamber and the key ingredient in their twisted desserts...is you! Scarezones Helluva Boss: The Awakening (Front Gate) Dark Angels (New York Street) Terror of London (French Street) Zombie Invasion (Metro Lot Tunnel) Holidayz in Hell (Metro Lot) Jurassic World: Extinction (Lower Lot)
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  39. I could easily see the Exorcist coming back in Orlando more, since Hollywood had it last year. I actually wanted it to be the same as it was in 26 with some improvements and an extra scene or two as a preview of the upcoming reboot.
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  40. Digging the Cramps-esque Garage Punk songs they’re playing at the maingate and parkwide of the Studios during the event.
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  41. I’m very curious to how the runs of the houses, scarezones, and shows will go for me when I attend the two nights next month. I’ve been avoiding any sort of photos and videos of the event and just reading people’s personal thoughts on their runs. This year sounds solid and I bet a lot could potentially change in the next month, making some houses rise and drop in people’s rankings and reviews. Getting more and more excited to return to the fog.
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  42. After Hours Nightmare Exterior Queue/Entrance BGM: "Save Your Tears", "Blinding Lights", "In Your Eyes" - The Weeknd
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  43. Interesting. Whichever location has Dead Man’s Pier i exactly where I’ll be lol.
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  44. Drop more wallpapers lol.
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  45. I’d love to see PsychoScareapy back at the event. Here is an original concept and artwork I came up with!
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