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    I kinda like the idea of maybe looking at the "uber house" as something different. Has it been confirmed that the Uber/Mega house is the longest one in history or that it is just considered a Uber/Mega house? If they haven't said longest ever, Krampus could easily be the Uber/Mega house. The amount of puppet work alone is going to be insane...by far the biggest number of puppets in a house. The costumes also have to be insane to design and construct. It will also need a large facade and ideally and large "outdoor" section as well. Everything about Krampus was big so giving it a Uber/Mega name attachment works. I still don't think people understand that the only CGI element of that movie was the little gingerbread men. All the other monsters were physical costumes that took hundreds of hours to build and a ton of time each day to put on. That giant Jack in the Box had THREE people inside of it to pull off the effects. The evil "elfs" all had names and specific elements in their design that made them all different and fit with their name. Even if all the elements didn't come together to tell an outstanding story (I personally loved it), you have to give credit to the creators for not taking the cheap way out and making everything, including Krampus, CGI because it could have been a LOT worse. It is, by far, the most anti-CGI and technically challenging horror movie in a VERY long time.
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    ^ agreed Absolutely loved the first house, so this can only be awesome. So since there is some house buildup, what I would hope is that they make the start of the hospital scenes with a big huge open eerie hospital parking lot scene (like what they did with the courtyard scene in forsaken)
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    AHS, as much as it pains me to say (because I've never been a fan). Classic horror movies bring in a certain clientele but AHS is modern and popular with a wide swath of the population. It will bring in 10 fold more people... No, not really. I can't back that up. But it will bring more people than typical.
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    HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr Done till after I go back on Friday!!!
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    HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr
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    HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr
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    HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr
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    HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr
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    HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr HHN 25 by Mark Walter, on Flickr
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    I see the man was actually named. Apparently this is considered inappropriate or a violation of privacy or something? I don't know whether or not James would really mind. But as I have known him for many more years than I have known anybody at all on these forums (I first met him in 1991, he was working The Adventurer's Club at Disney's Pleasure Island. About a year later I started there myself and he trained me!) I will try to clear up as best as I can the confusion about the way he has and does play Jack. He is an actor at Universal NOT a scareactor. There is a difference. He is considered talent, a professional actor as opposed to laypeople who take part time jobs scaring each year for HHN. Thus Icons in scarezones like Jack and the others in Fear Revealed back in 2010 were scareactors. That being said, there is nothing to prevent someone who starts out scaring from later auditioning for a real acting role. And I believe one of the Fear Revealed Jacks from 2010 has done that. James has played so many different characters for Universal I cannot possibly remember them all, even while working the Adv. Club with me back in the early 90's he was already doing Doc Brown and Beetlejuice. I'm not 100% sure but he may even have been Beetlejuice at Fright Nights. He was the very original Jack in 2000. But there were others who also played the Clown that year as well. James was Jack in all promotional materials yes, but he did also appear in the park as Jack then on occasion. In 2007 he was the main Jack for the Carnival of Carnage Show. I'm not certain if he did the Clown for the Arrival in 2006, but I believe he did. In 2010 as I said he did not do Jack in the scarezones or houses, but he was there on certain nights for the photo op. i got my picture taken with him. And this year he has played Jack for the video that you have seen. But the question is - will he play Jack in park this year? Most likely not in any house or zone that features the Clown, but if there is, as rumor has it, a Jack stage show this year, then yes he may very well be appearing in that. As for what part he plays at Universal nowadays, well let's just say he has managed to really get ahead in his career!
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