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  1. Also I do have a haunt idea that maybe considered too much like fan fiction and most likely wouldn't happen at HHN.

     

    The haunt itself takes place in Metropolis (the setting from the 2004 Deadtropolis scare-zone and the 2006 Deadtropolis: Zombie Siege) and follows a festival/convention gone wrong that celebrates all types of media due to a spell gone wrong that was supposed to open up a gateway to the multiverse to prove that all fiction are real out there somewhere and a result, fictional characters from all types of media have been summoned and the city itself has gone to chaos because of it with the humans fending them off to survive in this hellhole.

     

    This all happened before the Apocalypse started (the fictional event that happens in my Apocalypse-themed HHN event) btw.

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  2. 2 hours ago, Fear2010 said:


    This may sound too much like fan fiction, but what If there was a crossover of her and Terra Queen? The Storyteller could speak about how they connected their home worlds and formed an alliance as she turns her own story into life. I sometimes get the feeling 15 and even Gorewood at 30 may had a hint of Narnia influences.

    That sounds pretty cool.

     

    It could make for some really cool haunts and scare-zones if that were to actually happen.

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  3. 10 minutes ago, Fear2010 said:

    Here it is! My take of a Narnia zone called The White Witch & The Stone Table! 

     

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ArUW8xOLoYqEoCpyM9hGBhTkfiFkaEysrKB702vNmXU/edit

    Nice.

     

    As for how I imagined a HHN event that has Jadis as the Icon, maybe it could be kinda like HHN 15 where it'd take place in Narnia when Jadis ruled it or just a mix of original and IP haunts with some of them probably having a conncection to Jadis herself.

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  4. 1 hour ago, Fear2010 said:

    I was checking CS Lewis’s list of books and novels he written. He actually dabbled the sci-fi horror genre once with one book called the Dark Tower that began as the conclusion to the Space Trilogy. Man, he is definitely one of those authors I’d make him represent at the event of his most notable work with a haunt attraction treatment in some form if I was a show director for HHN other HP Lovecraft and Rudyard Kipling - It totally makes sense now! 
     

    Another thing worth mentioning about Narnia is the Stone Table from The Lion, The Witch, and Wardrobe. I could picture Jadis practicing a sacrificial ritual where she kills the Narnians on the table that were kidnapped by her while the guards paste around the zone to scare off the guests. I wouldn’t include Aslan for this idea cause that would be too controversial, and it should instead set between the first two books from the series during the Age of Winter. 
     

    I’m just not sure how they could pull off the snowy settings for this zone idea. When Jadis took over Narnia, it was winter for centuries and no Christmas when the witch only celebrates for herself. 

    They could probably use snow machines to give the effect that it's always winter.

     

    Also if Jadis was the Icon for a HHN event (even if it'll most likely never happen), I imagine the Jadis-ruled Narnia scare-zone would be her Icon scarezone.

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  5. 5 hours ago, Fear2010 said:

    I know this will never happen, but I could easily picture them pulling off a Narnia house that revolves around Jadis the White Witch while setting it between the Magician’s Nephew and The Lion, The Witch & the Wardrobe.

    Interesting, what scenes do you imagine for a haunt centering around Jadis?

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  6. On 9/15/2022 at 11:42 AM, Fear2010 said:

    No problem! Checking out some of your ideas, and they all look like the Fourth Wall breaks are the overall theme of it. 

    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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  7. On 9/15/2022 at 11:29 AM, Twilight59 said:

    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 

    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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  8. 52 minutes ago, Fear2010 said:

    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).

    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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  9. 8 minutes ago, Fear2010 said:

    I’ve noticed a couple of ideas related to Adult Swim, have you ever thought of throwing in Dethklok from Metalocalypse as a show idea too?

    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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  10. 7 minutes ago, Fear2010 said:

    No problem! Checking out some of your ideas, and they all look like the Fourth Wall breaks are the overall theme of it. 

    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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  11. On 4/13/2022 at 8:36 AM, Fear2010 said:

    Here it is! My newest fanmade house idea called Horror Nights: Revenge of The Rejects!

     

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/13xch3djf93-7PpwjobB1ROZiCxqQf2D3g__QaYM0GhM/edit

    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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  12. 53 minutes ago, Fear2010 said:


    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

    Pretty cool.

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  13. Blazing Apocalypse (Scare-Zone based on the Blazing World's invasion of Earth in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Tempest)

     

    Description: The end of the world is here and Prospero himself finally enacts his revenge on humanity! The League and their allies have left the Earth and now humanity is forced to fend itself against the ones that were driven underground by their descendants, will they manage to overcome them or will the entities from the Blazing World finally complete its revenge on humanity?

     

    Scaracters

    Prospero

    Ariel (The Tempest)

    Frankenstein's monster (The Curse of Frankenstein)

    Universal Monsters version of Frankenstein's Monster

    Frankenstein's Monster (Mary Shellery's Frankenstein (1994))

    Spring-heeled Jacks

    The Nemesis of Neglect

    Wilfred Glendon

    Leon Corledo

    David Kessler

    The Gil-man

    Count Orlok

    Petyr

    Yoyneh Shagal

    Dracula (Dracula 2000)

    Carmilla

    Cornelius (Planet of the Apes '68)

    Dr. Zaius

    Captain Prypar

    The Wendigo

    The Ape from Murders of the Rue Morgue

    The Three Witches from Shakespare's Macbeth

    Demogorgon (Stranger Things)

    Francois Delambre (The Fly)

    Survivors (some of them will look like they've been through hell with their clothes being almost tattered and bloody while others have post-apocalyptic-like clothing)

     

    Props: Thrown-around and crashed cars, broken lamp-posts, torn up-posters of fictional films, tv-shows, and upcoming concerts, a few tents that hold up the human survivors, and lastly, a large and beautifyl throne for Prospero to sit at.

     

  14. On 8/27/2022 at 12:33 AM, FierWryter said:

    I created an account just to post here. I have to give props to you guys, and I hope some of you can give some feedback on my ideas.

     

    Time Terrors pt. 1

     

    ICON: Lord of Time - an ambiguous figure, the Lord of Time has come to Universal with a message. In order to teach us a lesson, the Lord has unleashed ten houses representing the folly of man throughout time. His goal is to remind us of injustices past in order to stop those in the future. “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”

     

    Nightingales: Shipwrecked - The sinking of the Lusitania is plenty horrific enough, a maritime tragedy permanently captured in our memories forever. But the already haunting imagery of the iceberg hitting the ship omits from memory the most disturbing losses of all: lifeboats not so much capsized as torn to pieces, surrounded by rivers of blood, with bodies split down the middle like the ship. Shrieking fanged banshees tore three boats apart with deadly precision - and almost as soon as they descended, they flew away. Angered by draft dodging socialites, the Nightingales used the tragedy as a chance for retribution. Relive the horrible night the ship sank - and the Nightingales gave a new meaning to the phrase “Eat the rich”! 
     

    Soundtrack:

    I’m Still Standing - Robyn Adele Anderson 

    Feel Good Inc. - Robyn Adele Anderson

    Closer - Robyn Adele Anderson

     

    Vamp ‘25 - New Year’s Eve at bootlegger Sal Verona’s Art Deco mansion promises to be a shindig for the record books, filled to the brim with booze, flappers, and a swinging band! But, hey, what’s with that cat necking on with Sal’s dame? It turns out the old folks of our favorite greaser vampires know how to party just as hard! But these party snacks are well armed in more ways than one - and soon enough, you’ve found yourself in a deadly battle between vampires versus gangsters.

     

    Soundtrack:

    Ain’t Misbehavin’ - Fats Waller

    Levitating - Sweet Megg

    Chicago - Mr. Jazzek

    Re-Charleston - Wolfgang Lohr

    Gangster’s Paradise - Robyn Adele Anderson

     

    Hooray for Hollywood! - You’ve been invited to the grand opening of Bauman’s Grand Japanese Theater, a red carpet affair alongside the greats: stars like heartthrob Mark Sable, juvenile darling Julie Darling, blonde bombshell Jane Marlowe, and more, alongside a bevy of chorus girls, reporters, scouts, directors, and big time producers. You might even be discovered tonight. But beware, because celebrity isn’t all it’s cracked up to be - especially when the lights go down…

     

    Soundtrack:

    Minnie the Moocher - Cab Calloway

    Sing, Sing, Sing - Benny Goodman

    Toxic - Melinda Doolittle

    Gloomy Sunday - Paul Robeson

    All Eyes on Me - Or3o

     

    Call of Duty: Nazi Zombies - You’ve been chosen to retrieve lost artifacts stolen by the Nazis for experimentation. But you’re far too late - with the powers of Geistkraft on their side, Nazi Germany won’t take your attempt at seizure or the Allied Army lying down. Relive the original game: a train collision with a colossal beast sends you off track, into a barn where you encounter a Nazi zombie army. From there, you travel through fan favorite cutscenes, now unarmed, until a smashing final encounter with the God-King might just mean the end. And this time, you’re playing with one life.

     

    Soundtrack:

    Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen - Andrews Sisters

    Seven Nation Army - Haley Reinhart

    No Diggity - Ariana Savelas

    Where is My Mind? - Allison Young

    Zip Gun Bop - Royal Crown Revue

     

    Bunker Madness - Carey Mayor Johnson McCartney has solidified his position by ferreting out any and all suspected Communists, effectively running them out of town - if they’re lucky. If not, they find permanent employment in the back of Meetz’s Meats. When the sirens for an alleged atomic bomb attack goes off, the general populace goes to the bunker under City Hall, while Mayor McCartney goes to his special room, with amenities fitting his elite status. There, he finds himself haunted by the ghosts of his victims - and targeted by his citizens for his increasingly suspicious behavior.

     

    Soundtrack:

    Sleep Walk - Santo & Johnny

    Yakety Yak - The Coasters

    Tonight You Belong to Me - Patience & Prudence 

    Sway - Rosemary Clooney

    I Only Have Eyes for You - The Flamingos

     

     

    Any suggestions for the next five houses (I think ten’s a good round number). Can anyone help with writing treatments as I’m not too confident about that area? I’d collaborate with you in Docs. And most of all, what are your thoughts on what I have so far, and do you think it’s any good (albeit a bit repetitive)? 

    Apologies for not being specific, I meant like the Treyarch Nazi Zombies gamemode, but this is fine.

  15. 5 hours ago, FierWryter said:

    Oh that’s the plan! I’m sorry that wasn’t clear. Paulo would be THE mini-icon in a way, featuring in the 1970s NYC house. He uses that night and into the next afternoon for shooting. You’re a cop or private investigator who wants to stop him but you have to go through the outdoor chaos and then an “interior” apartment building, maybe an elevator ride (hell, it’s a dream haunt, I can be frivolous) and then Paulo’s place, possibly done Dead Exposure style.

    It's okay, also that sounds pretty interesting and cool.

  16. 19 hours ago, FierWryter said:

    Oh, the blackout was one of the peaks of the crimewave, almost a boiling over if you will, with muggings to the nth degree, looting, break-ins, assault, you name it. I’m already think either Dead Exposure or maybe even a humid, hot house with the Director (a big part of the madness was that it was a heatwave with no AC or fans, making even normal civilians turn to worse behavior).

    Why not both of them? Or hell maybe you can include the ideas in the 1970s NYC haunt idea while also including the Blackout, Son of Sam, and even disco in some way.

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  17. 7 minutes ago, FierWryter said:

    I’ll admit I know nothing about this, but I think it could be the 1940s house, with Miss Lunar Princess becoming a scarezone or a house at a second LoT-hosted event. 
     


    For the initial event, I pictured ten decades for ten houses, but future events could be the 1800s, the same decade from different perspectives, and the future. The New York house is brilliant, I’m thinking something to do with disco, Son of Sam, or the blackout, or a combination of these.

    A combination of these is pretty fine, I think the 1970s NYC would also focus on the crimewave it had back then but add in monsters and emons into the mix.

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  18. 11 hours ago, FierWryter said:

    I created an account just to post here. I have to give props to you guys, and I hope some of you can give some feedback on my ideas.

     

    Time Terrors pt. 1

     

    ICON: Lord of Time - an ambiguous figure, the Lord of Time has come to Universal with a message. In order to teach us a lesson, the Lord has unleashed ten houses representing the folly of man throughout time. His goal is to remind us of injustices past in order to stop those in the future. “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”

     

    Nightingales: Shipwrecked - The sinking of the Titanic is plenty horrific enough, a maritime tragedy permanently captured in our memories forever. But the already haunting imagery of the iceberg hitting the ship omits from memory the most disturbing losses of all: lifeboats not so much capsized as torn to pieces, surrounded by rivers of blood, with bodies split down the middle like the ship. Shrieking fanged banshees tore three boats apart with deadly precision - and almost as soon as they descended, they flew away. Angered by draft dodging socialites, the Nightingales used the tragedy as a chance for retribution. Relive the horrible night the ship sank - and the Nightingales gave a new meaning to the phrase “Eat the rich”! 

     

    Vamp ‘25 - New Year’s Eve at bootlegger Sal Verona’s Art Deco mansion promises to be a shindig for the record books, filled to the brim with booze, flappers, and a swinging band! But, hey, what’s with that cat necking on with Sal’s dame? It turns out the old folks of our favorite greaser vampires know how to party just as hard! But these party snacks are well armed in more ways than one - and soon enough, you’ve found yourself in a deadly battle between vampires versus gangsters.

     

    Hooray for Hollywood! - You’ve been invited to the grand opening of Bauman’s Grand Japanese Theater, a red carpet affair alongside the greats: stars like heartthrob Mark Sable, juvenile darling Julie Darling, blonde bombshell Jane Marlowe, and more, alongside a bevy of chorus girls, reporters, scouts, directors, and big time producers. You might even be discovered tonight. But beware, because celebrity isn’t all it’s cracked up to be - especially when the lights go down…

     

    Miss Lunar Princess - In 1946, the town of Carey hosts a pageant in honor of both the return of the WWII soldiers and the full moon for the night the pageant is scheduled. The selection process for the contestants is brutal, with women being eliminated based on superficial flaws, size, age, and race. The judges culled only the most beautiful, all-American girls for the final ten. Unfortunately for those judges, these girls have a dark, hairy secret - one that’s unleashed at the peak of the full moon. And they intend to avenge their rejected sisters in womanhood…

     

    Bunker Madness - Carey Mayor Johnson McCartney has solidified his position by ferreting out any and all suspected Communists, effectively running them out of town - if they’re lucky. If not, they find permanent employment in the back of Meetz’s Meats. When the sirens for an alleged atomic bomb attack goes off, the general populace goes to the bunker under City Hall, while Mayor McCartney goes to his special room, with amenities fitting his elite status. There, he finds himself haunted by the ghosts of his victims - and targeted by his citizens for his increasingly suspicious behavior.

     

    Any suggestions for the next five houses (I think ten’s a good round number). Can anyone help with writing treatments as I’m not too confident about that area? I’d collaborate with you in Docs. And most of all, what are your thoughts on what I have so far, and do you think it’s any good (albeit a bit repetitive)? 

    It's pretty good and as for house suggestions: Call of Duty: Nazi Zombies (a haunted house based on the lore of Nazi Zombies), Deathwatch (a haunted house based on the horror film of the same name), A haunted house that focuses on the origins of Lightning Gulch, A haunted house that takes place in New York City during the 1970s, and Bram Stoker's Dracula (a haunted house based on the 1992 film by Francis Ford Coppola)

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  19. 18 hours ago, DocNiktMarr said:

    TERROR TRAM:

    Weird Al-loween

     

    The good news is, your tram driver has been directed to send you to Weird Al Yankovic's Halloween Polkarama Block Party! The bad news is, the path you have to take is a little suspicious. From shady agents, clueless surgeons, and homicidal maniacs, to deranged revelers and a questionable diner, the path to and from the party seems more dangerous than it's worth. You might want to brace yourselves, things are about to get weird.

     

    So the Grinch sets were demolished? That means there's no use having the first scenes be Christmas at Ground Zero and The Night Santa Went Crazy.

    ~~~

    EXPERIENCE:

    • Tram Ride: Weird Al songs play over the intercom as guests wait for the bus. Giant vintage-style cardstock Halloween cutouts adorn the station, though they all have a theme of Weird Al and polka. As the bus departs and the tour guide gives a spiel, the screens begin to play a video of Al congratulating the guest for being chosen to attend the Halloween Polkarama Block Party, with a list of directions including "An abandoned government headquarters, a creepy old motel, and the ruin of a summer camp", promising entertainment and food provided by the "quality" Kappowitz Diner. Once the invite video ends, a news alert flashes hinting at the various threats of the path.
    • Midnight Star/Party in the CIA: Once off the bus, guests are attacked by suit-clad agents wearing old tabloid pages as crude masks. Most of them have chainsaws.
    • Like A Surgeon/Cavity Search: Entering the Bates Motel section, a sign marking it as the Lye Kasserj Inn, with hospital gurneys holding victims in varying states of disassembly while doctors switch between tending to their patients and attacking guests. At the exit, a victim is tied to a dentist chair, with overly long drillbits sticking out of their lower jaw. A dentist will attack with a power drill.
    • Nature Trail To Hell: Heading down a dirt path, guests find a campground that has been torn apart by slashers. Masked maniacs will attack from the broken tents, brandishing instruments bloodied and bladed survival instruments and body parts.
    • Halloween Polka Block Party (Polka Medley Section): In the War of the Worlds section, the remains of the neighborhood are decorated for Halloween. The buildings are lit up with Halloween lights, the Yankovic Halloween Cutouts return, Skeletons representing Al and his band are in front of one house, and partygoers are dressed like various artists that Al had parodied. However, while Al happily greets guests, the partygoers seem to be infected by a rage virus, possibly from the plane that crashed into the set?
    • Kappowitz Diner (Food Song Section): The indoor area is set up like a grimy diner, with a Big Boy-esque Hollywood Harry mascot. In the diner, guests are assaulted by the smell of rotten meat, as mad chefs demand they eat it. Venturing into the kitchen, guests find butchers carving into living victims and turning them into various foods Al sang about. Fat Al will probably be in this area, maybe in the dining area, maybe as a jumpscare near the exit.
    • Last Scare: Exiting the diner, guests pass by a photo op where two costumed attendees have been pinned to the backdrop. As guests walk past the scene, a flash blinds them. Al will jump out in front of them with a Camera, hoping to see them next year.

    Not gonna lie, that'd be pretty cool as hell if that were to happen.

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