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  1. 10 points
    I had my audition tonight. It was Interesting. I won't know anything till 4 weeks. I hope to be back to scare you. my areas that I need for total conquest of scaring. most of soundstages 21, 22, 25, B79, new Blding. San Fran, Central Park and Mib, south street. I get hired this year, It would 7th year scaring and 8th year with the company.
  2. 10 points
    SO I made a promise elsewhere, but the information applies here too. Since my wife won a twitter poll, I'm spoiling the official name for Poison. Poison is - "Scary Tales: Deadly Ever After" The Wicked Witch is the primary villain this year... and things get dark...
  3. 8 points
    But they DO fart, right? Just not enough of that at HHN. Although as a scareactor, you may be in disagreement. You're specifically talking Pumpkin Pie and not meat pie, right? I'd really like to see a Sweeny Todd themed house or zone. Wait - an original based on Pumpkin Guts??!!?!?? TAKE. MY. MONEY!!!
  4. 8 points
    Prepare yourselves. This is going to turn some heads.
  5. 8 points
    Sounds like we can strike Blumhouse from the event for the time being.
  6. 8 points
    Hey guys! Check out my custom House for this year!
  7. 7 points
    In Hollywood, it was firmly in the original column for me (but so were the Drac and Frank houses in Orlando in 2009) I wasn't feeling Poltergeist when it was announced. At all. Those feelings could have not been more misplaced... Ghostbusters? Bring it on, Orlando team. Murdy, you can pass on this one; don't even try.
  8. 7 points
    Think a game of Hide and Seek in a graveyard. Like, a cemetery.
  9. 7 points
    I posted this on inside universal forum but I just saw a random comment (thats now deleted) but it said the other 3 original houses are toothfairy, depths of fear, and graveyard: Hide and shriek. No idea if it has any accuracy to it at all but thought it was worth sharing.
  10. 7 points
  11. 7 points
    This reads like a fan-made event and not actual speculation.
  12. 7 points
    No, it's based on logistics and logic. The Studios has immediate guests access to climate-controlled facilities that allows for rigging, indoor-weather effects, and can hold up to 9 houses by themselves. They're easier to build in, build for, and operationally control. That's not an artistic argument. To expect them to support HHN in the new park is to expect Creative (who has nothing to do with the event, remember) to design the park with enough intentionally empty or convertible space to support at least 10 houses. That's over an acre of "empty" space, plus an extra two acres for queue. When the whole purpose of the new park is enclosed, fully immersive lands akin to Diagon, providing that space is not going to be a priority when the Studios already has that space. Do we "have" to the soundstages? No. We can use restaurants, extended queues, tents, and borrowed storage space. That's what the Islands years mostly were. But, using those spaces means they're not available to the new park itself. Universal, as a company, doesn't want a justification to use that space that way - they could justify it in the early 2000s because tourism was drastically down. As time went on and the parks rebounded, they shifted back to the Studios. Because that's where the space was. If we want to argue artistic merit though, there are some effects that can only be done in the soundstages, especially "fliers." No other space has the height or rigging certification to support them. Weather effects can't be done in tents (height and drainage). So... Yeah. The event won't move.
  13. 7 points
    I don't share the concern about the event becoming MNSSHP 2.0 to try to increase profitability. Stranger Things is the flavor of the month, and they will milk it as they did with TWD (which did not cater to the tweenies). Fact of the matter is ST has a certain demographic and that demographic isn't into extreme gore, yet they tend to be shall we say, a bit sensitive. So we saw an event devoid of anything remotely controversial (B&T RIP). But the new generation of GP ate it up. We also saw some of the best originals ever, along with an arguably GOAT Poltergeist that relied on classic scares. I have no doubt that if the next flavor of the month is an extreme gore show, HHN will lean that way. The kids that are coming for ST this year will be grown up in a few years with completely different tastes, and the event will evolve a bit to cater to whatever those tastes are. This reminds me of when I started going to Vegas regularly back in the early 90s. Excalibur and Treasure Island had opened and MGM had a theme park. The regulars there said "That's it! Vegas is done. It's turning into Disneyland, Nevada." Fast forward ten years and the theme park closed, Treasure Island became TI, and Timeshare went up everywhere. The regulars said "That's it! Vegas is done. It's turning into a timeshare wasteland." Fast forward to now and the city is catering to the quick getaway, with ads promising something naughty happening in Vegas, and staying in Vegas. And I'm sure the regulars are saying "That's it! Vegas is done..." Personally, I think the changing state of IP holdings may result in HHN Orlando seeing a renaissance - the return of mostly original houses. The GP have given huge thumbs up to recent originals. IP is going to be harder to come by and maybe more expensive. So maybe we will see a couple of big name IP and the rest Creative's original IP. Honestly, that the CEO touts Hollywood's HHN is troubling to me. It seems to me that Hollywood has had budget constraints that resulted in HHN upping quantity while reducing quality. Yet the masses are still coming (due to ST). My concern is that Orlando will be told "Look what Hollywood is doing with less money, and your budget is 2x that of Hollywood. Do the same thing with 1.5x the Hollywood budget." And then we see Orlando houses filled with black walls and the same scare over and over. I'm honestly shocked to see Hollywood continuing to do as well as they are, all while being roasted for the declining house quality. I truly hope that doesn't spread to Orlando.
  14. 7 points
  15. 7 points
    Well this was unexpected... and it looks AWESOME (side note: how do i just get the tweet to show up in my post instead of just the URL? Sorry.. not savvy with this kind of stuff)
  16. 6 points
    This is the place to share any fan-made wallpapers you've made for HHN 29 or to even request one. Please note: If you wish to have a different size wallpaper made please message the user who created it. Click to Download Full Size Images
  17. 6 points
    Possibly the best scarezone they’ve done in my opinion
  18. 6 points
    There isn’t a “Graveyard” series. The phrase on the list (that being: “Graveyard: Hide and seek with kids”) isn’t a title. It’s a location and story description. The house, as presented, is playing a game of hide and seek in a cemetery. It wouldn’t directly connect to Carnival Graveyard in any obvious way, if it connects at all narratively. They’re two completely different ideas and concepts.
  19. 6 points
    Orlando's HHN budget has increased yearly for nearly a decade.
  20. 6 points
  21. 6 points
    Now that I can get on board with. I know Poltergeist being PG opened a lot of doors of lower rating horror/thrillers but Ghostbusters I am not feeling is a house....but a scarezone....yes I can have fun with that
  22. 6 points
  23. 6 points
    I have no idea what to make of him anymore. I’m still angry about last year’s IT riddles, but he knew Nightingales was happening and the Roman connection. He’s, also, admitted being wrong and seems more cautious this year. I will give him kudos for getting people to tweet in Latin, though.
  24. 6 points
    Sorry, but that is folklore. Universal didn't have a survey sitting on the shelf saying "Here's what we are planning for HHN this year. What do you think?" What likely happened is that a real survey was sent listing MANY IP and asking if people had heard of it and if they found it scary. This exact sort of survey has happened several times before, right around this time of year. In fact whoever originated the story might have been referencing an old survey. I have taken HHN surveys more than once with most of those IPs listed. The IP list would contain a vast array of IP, most of which they never planned to bring to HHN or knew it would not be contractually possible. Rather they are (in my opinion) taking the pulse of the community as to what is still relevant and desired.
  25. 6 points
    Actually, no one really responded beyond the couple in this thread.. I just forgot I had posted this (work and life have been crazy lately).. Anyway.. I have it from what I would consider a pretty damn good source that 2 of the IP's will be 'IT' and 'Chucky'. I haven't followed HHN 29 news/rumors super close yet this year (beyond the official announcements) so I don't know how much those have been speculated on, but .. Well, there it is.. I can't give any details on the source because it would compromise multiple people (and jobs!).. I'm good with an IT house... just so-so on Chucky.. not looking for fame or fortune for supplying the info.. Just sharing what I know and hoping it's good news for someone..
  26. 6 points
    I’ve said this a dozen times. If Bloodengutz returns, it needs to “Bloodengutz Presents: Reality Terror-vision.”
  27. 6 points
    Well, it's the best house that's been announced so far.
  28. 6 points
    Hey everyone. I have been visiting this site everyday day for a couple years, but never made an account because I felt like I didn't have anything to contribute to the speculation. I finally made an account the other day. The first year I attended HHN was HHN 21. I had no idea what to expect going into it, but one of the houses that stood out to me the most my first year going was Nightingales. I'm so excited it's getting a second house!
  29. 6 points
    So, I was wrong on Pumpkinhead. To make it up to everyone, here's a replacement clue: https://imgflip.com/gif/2yemyx
  30. 6 points
    This sums up this place the last couple years. Everyone knows something but cant say what that something is so they give clues about clues. All very hush hush... Ive been going since 2006 and dont have a f**king clue what half this sh1t is... Another one Ive been calling for for years! One of Kings best!
  31. 6 points
    I know the apocalypse is supposed to be clad in leather, but that isn’t why this year’s event received the nickname I gave it. The map is cute, but very wishful thinking. Locations aren’t very well thought out. A house called Frostbite wouldn’t go into a location that isn’t thoroughly climate controlled. The tents can’t produce the necessary temperature. KKFOS would need to be in a soundstage. While derivative IPs have happened in the same year, derivative originals are less likely. If I can easily produce four non-derivative originals to cover the Four Horsemen while producing an end of the world theme, I’m sure A&D can. Pestilence - Plague doctors Famine - Scarecrows War - Nightingales Death - Body Collectors
  32. 6 points
    If last year taught us anything, we should never be sure of anything this early.
  33. 6 points
    That makes sense, except... Take the past 10 years at Hollywood HHN. There was a definite turning point where the black hallways and box scares appeared - and it was 2015 (This is the End). Before 2015, you'd be hard pressed to find black hallways outside Parisian Courtyard. And the Box scares were along the lines of the picture scares in La Llorona. 2016 had some more box scares in The Exorcist and AHS. FvJ had both black hallways and box scares. Then came 2017 and 2018, where we saw the number of both explode. 2017/2018 also had an extra house (7 total, plus TWD attraction and Terror Tram). Prior years had 6. Maybe he was given the same budget in 2017 but had the requirement of an extra house. And then the budget stayed the same in 2018. But if as you suppose, it was certain scenes Murdy wanted, I'm just not seeing what we got more of (scenewise) in 2017, and 2018 that was paid for by black hallways and box scares. <Sorry for all the Hollywood talk in the Orlando section, but the Hollywood board is DEAD, and we don't have much else to talk about. I'm hoping it's not too boring...> I think the evidence for all the hallways and box scares points to budget cutting (or at least budget freezing). And Hollywood is still selling out nights and has big crowds. From management's viewpoint, adding more budget for better houses is not warranted - until people stop coming. So if Hollywood maintained record crowds with a budget freeze, why couldn't Orlando? By that I mean that from the perspective of management, maybe Orlando could add two more houses to handle crowds, but be given the extra budget for one house. A&D can figure out the rest (right team, @Legacy? ). To me, it feels like Orlando has a huge budget, because it's just so damn good. Not suggesting this will happen, but concerned that it could, since evidence points to that having happened at Hollywood. I don't know if you've been to Orlando's event, @themazethinker, but seeing first hand how Orlando is just getting so much better and better every year and how Hollywood is running in place (or backward) is just infuriating. I remember the day when it was a coin flip as to which coast did an IP better. No so anymore.
  34. 6 points
    Main Gate: ???? – (:30) Stranger Things – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein – Stranger Things-Volume I (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack) ???? – (:50) I Am Not Dying, Tonight – Nathan Whitehead – The Purge Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Laurie’s Theme – John Carpenter – Halloween Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ???? – (1:32) ???? – (2:00) Carol Anne’s Theme (End Titles) – The MGM Studio Orchestra – Poltergeist Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ???? – (1:32) Main Titles – Douglas Pipes – Trick r’ Treat Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ???? – (1:55) Halloween II (Theme) – John Carpenter & Alan Howarth – Halloween II: 30th Anniversary Expanded Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Castle Byers – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein – Stranger Things-Volume I (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack) ???? – (2:11) Purge Party – Kevin Lax – The First Purge Original Motion Picture Soundtrack To the Quarry – Douglas Pipes – Trick r’ Treat Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ???? – (1:25) The Tree (Outtake) – The MGM Studio Orchestra – Poltergeist Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ???? – (1:19) ???? – (2:12) Halloween II Suite C Mix – John Carpenter & Alan Howarth – Halloween II: 30th Anniversary Expanded Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ???? – (2:05) **According to a source of mine, the unknown tags are specially designed music for the event and cannot be found, sorry for the inconvenience** Parkwide: Humans Are Such Easy Prey – Perturbator – Dangerous Days Album Too Much Oregano – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Chance to Purge – Kevin Lax – The First Purge Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Halloween II Suite C (Bonus Track) – John Carpenter – Halloween II Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Disobey – Daniel Deluxe – Desync: Original Soundtrack-Volume I Album Enraged – Carpenter Brut – Furi Original Game Soundtrack Turbo Killer – Carpentur Brut – Trilogy Album Hidden Clown Ship (Bonus Track) – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined: Music from the Motion Picture Album Halloween Prank – Douglas Pipes – Trick-r-Treat Original Motion Picture Album Stranger Things – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein – Stranger Things-Volume I (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack) Halloween Theme (Reprise) – Alan Howarth – Halloween IV: The Return of Michael Myers Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Bela Lugosi – John Carpenter – Lost Themes II Album Break Down – John Harrison – Day of the Dead (Expanded) Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Walking Through the Upside Down – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein – Stranger Things-Volume I (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack) The Light – The MGM Studio Orchestra – Poltergeist Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Bloodline – Scattle – Visitors Album (Single) Charlie Bites It – Douglas Pipes – Trick-r-Treat Original Motion Picture Album Set Me Free – Lorn – Furi Original Game Soundtrack Main Titles – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Halloween II Theme – John Carpenter – Halloween II Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Knock My Block Off (Bonus Track) – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined: Music from the Motion Picture Album The Calling/The Neighborhood – The MGM Studio Orchestra – Poltergeist Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Upside Down – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein – Stranger Things-Volume I (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack) Le Perv – Carpenter Brut – Trilogy Album End Credits – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Storm/You Should Be – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Power Core – Power Glove – Far Cry III: Blood Dragon Original Game Soundtrack Evil’s Face Revealed – Kevin Lax – The First Purge Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Unraveled – Lorn – Furi Original Game Soundtrack Halloween Theme – John Carpenter – Halloween Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Tell Me What is Real (TMWIR) (Bonus Track) – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined: Music from the Motion Picture Album Night of the Beast – The MGM Studio Orchestra – Poltergeist Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Main Titles (Reprise) – Krzysztof Komeda – Rosemary’s Baby Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Under His Spell - Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack It’s Halloween, Not Hanukkah – Douglas Pipes – Trick-r-Treat Original Motion Picture Album Night – John Carpenter – Lost Themes Album On the Roof – Alan Howarth – Halloween IV: The Return of Michael Myers Original Motion Picture Soundtrack No Time for Games – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Last Sunrise – John Carpenter – Lost Themes II Album The Return – Alan Howarth – Halloween IV: The Return of Michael Myers Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Lights Out – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein – Stranger Things-Volume I (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack) Vortex – John Carpenter – Lost Themes Album Star Eater – Daniel Deluxe – Magnatron Album ID-7 – Steve Moore – Mayhem Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Castle Byers – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein – Stranger Things-Volume I (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack) Obituary – Carpenter Brut – Trilogy Album The Neighborhood – Douglas Pipes – Trick-r-Treat Original Motion Picture Album Mask – Dance with the Dead – Into the Abyss Album Persia Rising – John Carpenter – Lost Themes II Album Converter – Mega Drive – Mega Drive Album Fatal Affair – Power Glove – The Rise of the Synths II: The Official Companion Album What Else is There to Do – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein – Stranger Things-Volume I (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack) End Credits – Douglas Pipes – Trick-r-Treat Original Motion Picture Album Invasion A.D. – Carpenter Brut – Trilogy Album Angel’s Asylum – John Carpenter – Lost Themes II Album Wednesdays – Steve Moore – Mayhem Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Hourglass – Survive – The Guest Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Sunset – Dance with the Dead – Out of Body Album Fourth (4th) – Gost – Skull Album Hofner Dawn – John Carpenter – Lost Themes II Album Mr. Terror – Dance with the Dead – Out of Body Album Carol Anne’s Theme (End Credits) – The MGM Studio Orchestra – Poltergeist Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Halloween IV: The Return of Michael Myers Haunted Maze: Exterior Queue/Entrance: **NO MUSIC IS USED** Interior: Garage – Alan Howarth – Halloween IV: The Return of Michael Myers Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Return of the Shape – Alan Howarth – Halloween IV: The Return of Michael Myers Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Revenge of Chucky Scare-Zone: Main Titles – Joseph LoDuca – Cult of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Curse – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Under His Spell – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Some Assembly Required – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Electroshock – Joseph LoDuca – Cult of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Only a Storm/You Should Be – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Love Bite – Joseph LoDuca – Cult of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Too Much Oregano – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Compressed – Joseph LoDuca – Cult of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Main Titles – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Hypnosis – Joseph LoDuca – Cult of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Kind of a Blur – Joseph LoDuca – Cult of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack No Time for Games – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Screams in the Night – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Crazy Ones – Joseph LoDuca – Cult of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Three Chuckies – Joseph LoDuca – Cult of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Unsolved – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack End Credits – Joseph LoDuca – Curse of Chucky Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Child’s Play – Matt Fink – Horror Movie Madness: Halloween Edition Album **Plays when Chucky says the incantion and inducts all guests into is cult in the scarezone** Twisted Tradition Scare-Zone: **The music for this area was made custom for the zone and cannot be located, sorry for the inconvenience** Trick r' Treat Haunted Maze: Exterior Queue/Entrance: **NO MUSIC IS USED, Only Sound Effects with intercuts of the Rules of Halloween film in the movie** Interior: Not a Trick/Red and Black – Douglas Pipes – Trick-r-Treat Original Motion Picture Album The Halloween Schoolbus Massacre – Douglas Pipes – Trick-r-Treat Original Motion Picture Album End Credits – Douglas Pipes – Trick-r-Treat Original Motion Picture Album Additional Music for Trick-r-Treat: Sweet Dreams (Are Made of These) – Marilyn Manson – Smells Like Children Album **This music plays in the Werewolf Campfire attack scene in the maze** Seeds of Extinction Haunted Maze: Exterior Queue/Entrance: Spores – Jed Kurzel – Alien: Covenant Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Interior: Dead Exposure II: Patient Zero Haunted Maze: Exterior Queue/Entrance: Prime Numbers – Symmetry – The Messenger Album Hate or Glory – Gesaffelstein – Aleph Album Eraser (Baby Alarm Remix) – Coil & Nine-Inch Nails – Recoiled Album Interior: Eraser (Reduction) – Coil & Nine-Inch Nails – Recoiled Album Slaughter Sinema Haunted Maze: Exterior Queue/Entrance: Turbo-Charged – Colin Webber – Screensport Album Abyss (JG Thirlwell Remix) – John Carpenter – Lost Themes II Album Bela Lugosi – John Carpenter – Lost Themes II Album Bad to the Bone – George Thorogood & The Destroyers – Bad to the Bone Album Klan Meeting – Ry Cooter – Music By Ry Cooter Album Scarecrow Attack – Rob Zombie – House of 1000 Corpses Original Motion Picture Score Album Interior: Maniac – Michael Sembello – Flashdance Album Dennis Bites – Nathan Barr – Cabin Fever Original Motion Score Album Unborn’s Lullaby – Myuu – Horror Soundtracks Album Are You Havin’ Any Fun – Flanagan & Allen – Comedy Classics Album The Horrors of Blumhouse II: Happy Death Day & The First Purge Haunted Maze: Exterior Queue/Entrance: Hospital Pursuit – Bear McCreary – Happy Death Day Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Bell Tower – Bear McCreary – Happy Death Day Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Island Experiment – Kevin Lax – The First Purge Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Isaiah Hits the Streets – Kevin Lax – The First Purge Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Nowhere to Run – Kevin Lax – The First Purge Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The 14th Floor – Kevin Lax – The First Purge Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Interior: Voodoo (Original Mix) – DVBBS & Jay Hardaway – Voodoo Album (Single) **This track plays in the Party scene of Happy Death Day inside the Maze** It’s My Birthday – The Trak Kartel – Busy Day Birthday Album **This track plays in the various dorm-room scenes throughout the Happy Death Day scenes in the Maze** Academy of Villains III: CyberPunk Show: Pre-Show: I Am the Night – Perturbator – I Am the Night Album Cook It – Styles & Complete – Cook It Album (Single) Robot Rock – Daft Punk – Human After All Album Bring Me to Life – Evanescence – Fallen Album Cry Little Sister – Marilyn Manson – Cry Little Sister Album (Single) Renegades of Funk – Rise Against the Machine – Renegades Album Dance, Dance – Fall Out Boy – From Under the Cork Tree Album Take On Me (PELUSSJE Dubstep Remix) – A-Ha – 80’s Dubstep Party Album Shout – Tears for Fears – Songs from the Big Chair Album (Deluxe Edition) Release Me – Diskord – Release Me Album (Single) Main Show: Runnin’ (My Mouth) – Noahplause – Runnin’ Album (Single) Where’s Your Head At (Team Bayside High & Willy Joy Bootleg) – Basement Jaxx – Crizzly Crunkstep-Volume II: Back to Da Streets Album Pump It – The Black Eyed Peas – Monkey Business Album Mr. Roboto – Styx – Kilroy Was Here Album Chariots of Fire – Vangelis – Chariots of Fire: Music from the Stage Show Album Radioactive – Imagine Dragons – Night Visions Album Seven Nation Army (Glitch Mob Remix) – The White Stripes – Seven Nation Army Album Killa – DISTO – Endemic Album Stronger – Kanye West – Graduation Album In My Feelings – Drake – Scorpion Album Trick R Treat – Raydar – Evil Squad Album Let’s Go (Edited Album Version) – Trick Daddy featuring Big D. and Twista – Let’s Go Album (Single) Psychedelic Mutants (Original Mix) – Simulation – Psychedelic Mutants Album (Single) Crazy Train (JEDI Trap Remix) – JEDI – Unknown Album Happy Nightmares – Skorby – ???? Proper Education – Eric Prydz vs. Floyd – Proper Education Album Be Down (Original Mix) – Top $helf X Ta$C!ONE – Be Down Album (Single) Prophecy – TWOFACE! – Prophecy Album (Single) Turnup – Gent & Jawns – Faded Album Post-Show: More Human Than Human (Meet Bambi in the King’s Harem) (Edited Version) – White Zombie – Supersexy Swingin’ Sounds Album Killer Klowns from Outer Space Scare-Zone: Theme (from “Killer Klowns from Outer Space”) – The Dickies – The Dickies Carnival Album Escape from Klown Kathedral – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Muscle Kar Klown Jam – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Truck Escape/Klownzilla – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Theme (from “Killer Klowns from Outer Space”) – The Dickies – The Dickies Carnival Album Klownfrontation – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Klown Hideout – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album The Inevitable – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Final Klownfrontation and Reunion – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Klown Hideout – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Theme (from “Killer Klowns from Outer Space”) – The Dickies – The Dickies Carnival Album Hidden Klown Ship – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Mike and Debbie’s Discovery – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Muscle Klown Kar – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Tell Me What is Real – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Muscle Kar Klown Jam – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Killer Clowns from Outer Space (Bonus Track) – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Escape from the Klown Ship – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Shadow Show – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Theme (from “Killer Klowns from Outer Space”) – The Dickies – The Dickies Carnival Album Hidden Klown Ship – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Killer Klown March – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Galactic Globe Theater – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Knock My Block Off – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Killer Klown March – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Fun House – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Escape from Klown Kathedral – John Massari – Killer Klowns from Outer Space: Reimagined Album Theme (from “Killer Klowns from Outer Space”) – The Dickies – The Dickies Carnival Album Vamp 85' Scare-Zone: Let’s Go Crazy – Prince and the Revolution – Purple Rain Album 99 Red Balloons (English Version) – Nena – 99 Luftballoons Album 1984 (2015 Remaster) – Tina Turner – Private Dancer Album When Doves Cry – Prince and the Revolution – Purple Rain Album Rock of Ages – Def Leppard – Pyromania Album Sucker M.C.’s – Run DMC – Run DMC Album The Reflex – Duran Duran – Seven and the Ragged Tiger Album It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me – Billy Joel – Glass Houses Album Armageddon It – Def Leppard – Hysteria Album Girls Just Want to Have Fun – Cyndi Lauper – She’s So Unusual Album People Are People – Depeche Mode – People Are People Album The Heart of Rock and Roll – Heuy Lewis and the News – Sports Album We’re Not Gonna Take It – Twisted Sister – The Best of the Atlantic Years Album Can You Feel the Beat – Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam – Full Force Album (Expanded) Synchronicity II – The Police – Synchronicity Album Blue Jean (1999 Remaster) – David Bowie – Tonight Album Too Tough to Die (Remastered Version) – Ramones – Too Tough to Die Album (Deluxe Edition) Cruel Summer – Bananarama – Bananarama Album (Collector’s Edition) Talking in Your Sleep – The Romantics – Super Hits Album Burning Down the House (Remastered) – Talking Heads – The Best of Talking Heads Album How Soon is Now – The Smiths – The Sound of The Smiths Album (Deluxe Edition) Tooth and Nail – Dokken – Tooth and Nail Album Real Life – Jake Owen – Real Life Album Owner of a Lonely Heart – Yes – 90125 Album Let the Music Play – Shannon – The Best is Yet to Come Album Dancing in the Dark – Bruce Springsteen – Born in the USA Album Jump (For My Love) – The Pointer Sisters – Breakout Album (Expanded Edition) Breakin’…There’s No Stopping Us – Ollie & Jerry – Breakin’ Album Miss Me Blind – Culture Club – 6x6: Eighties Album In a Big Country – Big Country – The Crossing Album Din Daa Daa – George Kranz – Din Daa Daa Album Legs (Remastered Version) – ZZ Top – Rancho Texicano: The Very Best of ZZ Top Album Footloose – Kenny Loggins – Footloose Album I Can’t Drive 55 – Sammy Hager – VOA Album Point of No Return – Expose’ – Exposed Album Sunglasses at Night – Corey Hart – The Singles Album Bang Your Head (Metal Health) – Quiet Riot – The Greatest Hits Album Friends – Whodini – Greatest Hits Album You Might Think – The Cars – Heartbeat City Album Catch Me, I’m Falling – Real Life – Heartland Album Jam on It – Newscleus – Jam on Revenge Album Middle of the Road – The Pretenders – Learning to Crawl Album Love is a Battlefield (1999 Remaster) – Pat Benatar – Synchronistic Wanderings Album The Politics of Dancing – Re-Flex – Lost and Found-Volume I: Imagination Album Rock You Like a Hurricane – Scorpions – Love at First Sting Album Cum On, Feel the Noise – Quiet Riot – Metal Health Album Holiday – Madonna – The Immaculate Collection Album Somebody’s Watching Me – Rockwell – Somebody’s Watching Me Album Round and Round – Ratt – Out of the Cellar Album Dance Hall Days – Wang Chung – Points on the 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  35. 6 points
    No one ever talks about Canyon of Dark Souls, and I don’t get it, a truly dark and claustrophobic zone without actually impeding the flow of traffic. One of my favorite examples of unique scare zone design.
  36. 6 points
    Weren't people complaining about the event becoming "family friendly" a couple of weeks ago?
  37. 6 points
    I wouldn't mind them tearing down F&F and putting up like 5 tents. ...or a real attraction.
  38. 6 points
    Poltergeist has erased this thought from my mind. Never again will I doubt A&D ability to translate just about any idea into a great house. As for a horror movie that I wouldn't mind seeing become a house: Terrifier It would sure bring back the gore factor in spades. But for 2019, the last thing I want to see is Blumhouse 3 or any mention of Purge.
  39. 6 points
    New a slightly updated Speculation Map
  40. 6 points
    "Cheese" has an important place in horror history. Over the top gore bordering on the ridiculous were genre changers. Schlock horror can surprise with scares and gave rise to the "torture porn" that is so well loved today. Fairytales are the original horror stories. The "happily ever after" that Disney created does not exist in the original stories. Baum's Oz has always contained imagery that is downright terrifying. Someone mentioned Return to Oz and wonder if some of the imagery could be seen in an Oz style house, the answer is yes. While direct copies from the film couldn't be seen, the characters themselves could be used. The Wheelers, Tik Tok, Mombi, Princess Langwidere, Tip... The steampunk stylings needed for The Wheelers has already had groundwork lain. PoW was very steampunk. A hall of screaming heads for Princess Langwidere. Those thirty heads weren't a Disney invention. They are Baum's. There were 14 Oz novels by Baum. There's plenty of source material to mine.
  41. 6 points
    While I appreciate your enthusiasm for figuring out what goes where, the questions have already been answered. Sinema is in Sprung 2. Full Stop.
  42. 6 points
    Coming directly from staffing: no casting emails have gone out yet. They are still making their selections as well as finalizing some other matters related to HHN. But you shouldn’t have to wait too much longer.
  43. 6 points
    So unpopular opinion but I think if you're an Orlando local and familiar with theme park navigation the express pass is unnecessary. If you arrive at opening and head to the back of the park you can knock out quite a few houses. The trick is to go against the flow (common knowledge here but maybe not for everyone). As the night goes on the front of the park will really thin out and more people leave around 10 than you'd think. Every year I grab a frequent fear pass (the slightly cheaper option that doesn't include Saturdays. Days that are blocked out for you will be a nightmare anyway). Our group arrives around 8 to avoid paying for parking. Once inside the park we check the time board and then go to the house with the lowest wait. I've hit all but two houses without fail every year. If its a Thursday it really is as simple as just going from shortest line to shortest line. Fridays don't seem to be much worse until mid-October. That being said, this really only is effective if you have the opportunity to attend multiple nights locally. Strategies like the one @hunnylvr describes have you hitting houses TWICE a night (and if you're new to the event, one viewing will never give a house enough justice). If you're travelling I would say the last place you want to be cheap is with express passes - it can mean the difference between a trip being worth your money or less than fulfilling. Thank you for all your hard work running this place. Outside of everyone's love for HHN and Halloween in general, the board itself one of the best communities on the internet.
  44. 5 points
    I agree. 2016 was a great show by AOV, 2017 was good but would have loved to see what it should have been. Last year, was just OK. As you said, nothing against AOV, but that was just not their style. The Stadium setting wasn't what made the show popular, it was AOV being AOV in an outside environment with the crowd participation. Put them back outside, and let them create their own show and shorten it to about 20 minutes.
  45. 5 points
    I expect a Terra Cruentes house next year, but that’s it.
  46. 5 points
    Us definitely had enough material/scenery to sustain it's own house. I would feel like the cohesiveness of the source material is cheapened if combined with anything else.
  47. 5 points
    yep, you read that right, and i don´t regret anything. Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria As you wait in line for the house, you notice that you seem to be outside in a rural town. The orange leaves on the floor suggest that it’s in the middle of fall. You notice a empty parking lot in the distance, as you walk towards it you see a building. “Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria” there’s a large sign featuring 4 cartoons of anthropomorphic characters. Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy. on the window is a small “Business Closing, Pizza 50% Off” sign in red. As you are waiting in line for the house, the phone calls from Phone Guy (night 1 specifically) would play throughout the queue. Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhKlCp5Sh9I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJlQviJ1aqI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtOMB7ixhVM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7K1Ix8kd9GE Show Stage. As you enter inside the building, you see three animatronics right next to you. Bonnie, Chica, and Freddy. Bonnie is seen holding a red guitar, Chica is holding a plate, on it is a cupcake with eyes. And freddy is holding a microphone. On the wall behind them are some sort of circular decorations that resemble clouds and stars. There is a black and white checkered strip of wallpaper outlined in red on the wall, as well.Surprisingly enough, there isn’t any scares in this room, the only scare here is the balcony light would flicker from time to time. As you look more closer at the animatronics, there eyes seem to twitch every now and then. You cautiously go into the next room. Dining Area. As you enter into the next room, you see it’s darker than the previous. The Dining Area appears to be a large room furnished with six tables lined up in three rows, ready for parties. The tables themselves are covered in white tablecloths decorated with confetti patterns. In the middle of the tables, lined up in a row, are different colored party hats. Chairs line the tables on both sides. These chairs boast confetti patterns as well, and there is a large gold star on the backrest of each one. The floor itself is tiled with blue-and-red tiles. For some strange reason, children's laughter and carnival music is heard playing from a unknown source. A door in the room is labeled “Kitchen, Chefs Only”, from inside that room is the sound of pots and pans being crashed together. As you walk past the door, Chica would come out from the door and screech at you. You run towards the next room through a door labeled “Employes Only”. Backstage. As you enter the room, you are hit with a strong stench of decay. The room consists of a checkered, white-and-black tiled floor and a small table, on which sits an endoskeleton and an extra Bonnie head. To the back and left of the room sits a shelf, holding three spare Bonnie heads, two of Chica's, and three of Freddy Fazbear's. Wires hang loosely from the ceiling. You finally find the source of the smell, a large Freddy Fazbear costume is on a table near the endoskeleton, blood dripping down from the mouth and eyeballs popping out of it. On a hole of the costume, is a small phone hanging on a loose wire. As you walk by it, it will lunge out at you, gurgling for help before going limp again. As you back up away from it, Bonnie would come out from a wall and try to scare you, you run towards the next room. Pirates Cove. As you enter into the next room, you notice a large purple curtain with stars on it. A small opening is seen in the middle of it, a sign is right next to it reading “Sorry! Out Of Order”. You go inside the curtain, and you are transported into a small (25 ft) maze of the curtains from before. As you are traversing through the maze, you hear a small humming noise from behind one curtain, it’s almost rhymic. As you walk by it, Foxy would come out and slash at you with his hook. You go towards the next room. West Hall. You enter into the next room, and it seems abandoned. There is a door on the left with a low light shining through. Star-shaped decorations hang from the ceiling. The walls are gray, the floor is red and blue-tiled, and the bottom of the walls are white and black-tiled and outlined in red. On the left wall, various pictures drawn by children are hung. As you walk past the door, Bonnie would come out and screech at you. You go towards the end of the hallway, a corner is there littered with papers and trash. On the walls hang some papers with writing on them, as well as a poster of golden freddy. A small child's laugh echoes through the halls. There appear to be monitors of some type on the ground, the monitors would occasionally sputter on showing a title saying “Fredbear And Friends”. Star-shaped decorations hang here as well. The floor are bluish and black tiles. A bunch of wires seem to hang from the ceiling over the monitors. On your left is a small room, you enter into it. The Office. You enter into the room, and you see that even though it’s small, tons of stuff is in it. In the center of the room is a desk, on it is a fan, a soda drink, and rolled up balls of paper. Wires stream up from the ceiling. The desk has two drawers, along with a speaker, though spider webs cover it. Multiple monitors are on, showing the rooms from before (live footage inside the house). On top of one monitor is a pink cupcake, with small eyes in it. The wall behind the desk is a poster with Freddy, Bonnie, and Chica with the words “Let’s Celebrate!” on it. You touch freddy’s nose, and you hear a small honk. Once you pressed it, golden freddy would pop out from inside the poster and roar at you (boo-door). Next to the poster are multiple kid drawings, showing multiple of the animatronic characters, and a strange puppet character to. On each side of the office is a window, a bloody handprint on it. Next to each is two buttons labeled “Light” and “Door”. If you try to press the button, they would just make a clicking noise. On the ground near a door, are multiple bloody claw marks and a broken fingernail. A desk is next to it, a bloody security cap on it. The floor is black and white tiled, with some blood stains on it. As you are about to exit the room, the lights go out. You hear footsteps from behind you, and then...music. You turn around and see freddy’s face, his face lighting up in tune to the song. Then the music stops, he then lunges out towards you screeching. You dash towards the next room. Take Cake To The Children. You are then transported outside, you are hit with the warm summer air. You see a smaller building then the pizzeria you entered from. There’s a large sign on the building reading “Freddy’ Pizzeria Circa. 1982”. Through the windows, you can see freddy handing cake to multiple screaming children (projection). As you walk past the parking lot, you see a purple colored car. On the ground near it are several small bloody footprints. The trunk of the cars opened, and you see a sheet covering a small object...and there’s blood stains on it. As you try to look more closely, a kids hand would come out from the sheet and try to reach for you. As you dash towards the next room, William Afton would come out from a large bush and slash at you with his knife. Credit to playstation-jedi on deviantart New And Improved, Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza As you continue going outside, you notice a much larger building then before. A massive sign is out front, reading “Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza” with the words “Grand Reopening” below it. The logo above the sign shows the same animatronics ro before, but more detailed, the colors stand out more and they have more rosier cheeks. You enter into the next room through the front door of the pizzeria. The Game Area. Instead of the first room being the show stage, you enter through the game area. This room features a carousel, as well as several arcades next to it (pacman, donkey kong, etc etc) The animals visible on the carousel are based on Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy. They are notably based on the designs of the originals rather than the toy animatronics. A large banner reading "Happy Birthday" spans the room, hanging from the ceiling. On the right side of the room are some large gift boxes with confetti-styled wrapping paper and balloons in multiple colors. The floor is tiled black-and-white in a checkered pattern. There are many multi-colored stars hanging by strings from the ceiling. There are also two tables draped with white tablecloths in the back of the room, each lined with two rows of party hats. There are several balloons floating around the room, each having the color of the fnaf 1 animatronics (bluish purple, yellow, red, and brown). As you walks past them, you hear a young boy saying “Hi”. you turn around, and you see Balloon Boy, his eyes slowly tracking your every move. As you move away from him expecting him to scare you, Toy Freddy would come out and try to attack you with his mic. Prize Corner. The next room you enter into, appears to be a medium-sized gift shop. The counter on the left of the space contains plush versions of Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie, and Chica. There are also posters depicting the new animatronics on the wall. The poster reads "ROCK!", "EAT!", "PARTY!", and "PLAY!". On the side of the counter, there is a poster with all three of the new animatronics, as well as a poster featuring just Toy Chica. The floor has a black-and-white checkered pattern. There are festive pizza decorations on the walls, one in a pacman shape. and to the right of the room, several colored balloons can be seen. There’s a large purple striped box in the center of the room. Right next to it is a music box, playing a child-like instrumental song. As you walk past the music box, it stops playing...and then new music starts to play. The song “Pop Goes The Weasel” is heard coming from inside the box. Once it hits to the verse “Pop”, the Marionette will leap out of its box and lunge at you, releasing an animatronic roar. You run towards the next room Kids Cove. As you enter into the next room, you hear loud static blaring through the room. The pizza decorations from before are on the walls. To the left are presents wrapped in ribbons of differing colors, as well as a table with two rows of party hats placed neatly in the center. Balloons can be found next to the table in multiple colors. A poster is on the right of the room, showing Toy Foxy with the words “The New Face Of Fun”. various drawings are on the walls, showing kids tearing apart the new Foxy to bits. There’s a pink curtain in the room, you find out that’s where the source of the statics coming from. As you walk by it, the Mangle would pop it’s head out and try to bite at you (animatronic). You go towards the next room, as the static blares throughout. Parts And Services. As you enter into the room, you smell the stench of decay. The room is dirty and dusty, with wires and pipes along the walls. The floor is smooth, with a black and white checkered pattern, and appears to have a dark fluid splattered on it - possibly oil. There is a grey wall decorated with a green-and-blue checkered stripe that comes from the left side of the dark room. In the middle of the room, a narrow wall divides the space in half. This wall also appears to have the same dark fluid on it as the floor. On the floors are withered bonnie, withered chica, and withered freddy. Multiple hook stains are right next to them. As you walk past them, withered bonnie and withered chica would lunge out at you, and release a loud roar at you. You dash towards the next room. The Office. You enter into the next room, and it’s massive. The Office has a large, dark entrance in front of you, with vents on both the left and right walls. In front of you is a desk with balls of paper, a fan, and a drink. There’s a chair near the desk with the security guard on it, a Freddy mask covering his head (dummy). There are two warning symbols on the wall above the entrance. On the left wall there is a poster that reads "CELEBRATE" and features the toy animatronics. If you honk toy freddy’s nose, it will of course honk. The right wall features children's drawings of the animatronics. Each drawing seems to have the words "My day at the NEW Freddy Fazbear's Pizza!". There appears to be colored stars hanging from the ceiling and black and white tiles used for flooring. Monitors are positioned against the far wall with thick wires connected to them, seeming to lead from cameras throughout the building; there are also wires leading to nowhere on either side of the room. The walls appear to be made of either gray concrete or moldy/fading wallpaper with confetti as decoration. On the left side of the entrance is balloon boy, in his hand are multiple batteries. He’ll laugh at you, as fast footsteps are head near the entrance. Suddenly, Withered Foxy would lunge out from the darkness and roar at you (bungee). You run towards the next room. Give Gifts, Give Life. As you enter into the next room, it seems to be a hallway. Multiple posters of the animatronics are hung on the walls. Below each poster, is the body of a dead kid with an animatronic mask on them. In front of the bodies, is a small gift box. As you walk past them, some will jump out at you and reach for help. As you are about to exit the room, Withered Golden Freddy’s head would lunge out from the darkness and roar at you (animatronic). You go towards the next room. Credit to playstation-jedi on deviantart Fazbear’s Fright. As you enter back outside, you see a massive building in front of you. There’s a logo on top of the building, it reads “Fazbear’s Fright, The Horror Attraction”. Right next to the building is a small ticket booth, the panel to the window shut. There’s a sign on the window reading “Opening On October 19th To October 31st”. Some of the brick walls on the building are left unpaint, a small ladder is hung onto a wall. You enter inside the building. Cam-08. You are now in what seems to be a long hallway. This hallway has a Chica head with flashing lights on the far left next to a small air vent, and on the far right, The Puppet's head can be seen next to a doorway from the right side. Children's drawings of Balloon Boy, Toy Bonnie, The Puppet, and what appears to be Freddy Fazbear are visible. A large pile of presents can be seen. The floor and certain sections of the wall are checker-tiled. Wires can be seen hanging from the ceiling. As you walk past a vent, Springtrap would come out from it and lunge at you. You dash towards the next room. Cam-10 You are again in a small hallway. On the far wall of the room a glowing sign with the word "exit" upon it can be seen above a door. On the wall to the right of that, a cartoonish poster of Freddy Fazbear can be seen next to a pizza. This room bears the same black-and-white checkered tiled floor as the rest of the attraction. A few stray tubes can also be seen on the far right wall. As you walk through the room, Phantom Balloon Boy would come out from the floor and screech at you (hole in ground). You dash towards the next room. Cam-07. You enter into a small corner. The floor consists of black and white checkered tiles, and two vent panels can be seen on the left and right. Bangs and thuds can be heard coming out of them. To the front of the room is a large arcade machine, on top of which an image of Freddy Fazbear's face can be seen. Another arcade machine can also just barely be seen to the far left of the room with Foxy’s head on the screen. As you walk by the Freddy arcade cabinet, Phantom Chica would tear her way through the arcade screen and screech at you. You go towards another door. Cam-01. This room is really small, a exit light illuminates the room. Pieces of wires are hanging from the ceiling. The floor consists of black and white checkered tiles. A freddy mannequin is seen right next to a door, armless and legless. As you walk past it, Phantom Freddy would pop out from behind the mannequin and roar at you. You enter into the door it’s next to. The Office. You enter into the room, and it smells awful. it’s a long room with a large window set in front of you. Between the doorway and the window lies an old-looking cardboard box filled with old animatronic parts and relics, consisting of the toy animatronics, as well as the BB paper-plate cut out and what appears to be Foxy's hook-hand. To the right is a desk, mostly clear, save for some wadded up paper balls, a soda cup, what appears to be a half-eaten hot dog, a table fan, and three figurines of the main animatronics, Bonnie, Freddy, and Chica. To the left of the desk is a waste basket, filled with a few more balled-up papers. Attached to the walls (and the window) are several drawings of the various characters of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, half of which appear to be official posters, the other half seeming to be drawn by children. The entire room is fairly dark, and takes on an eerie greenish-yellow glow. Wires hang down from the ceiling in several places, both inside the room and in the hallway on the other side of the window. The tiled walls throughout this room appear water or age-damaged, or both, lending an old, decrepit feel to the area. The floor is also made of tile though it looks cleaner. 2 vents are seen right next to a wall. On the office chair, is the body of the guard, his body mangled and disfigured. In front of the window, is Springtrap staring at you. Thinking it’s a dummy, you walk past him. Suddenly, he punches his way through the window and tries to grab at you (no glass in the “window”, air/water would simulate glass flying, and strobe lights would go off for the scare). You enter into another room. Safe Room. You enter into another dirty room, and the stench of blood hits hard. The room is mostly empty, besides a few arcade cabinets, a tape recorder on top of one cabinet, and blood stains on the floor. At the center of the room, is William Afton writhing on the floor in the Spring Bonnie suit (animatronic). Blood sprays out through the holes in the suit, as he screams and gurgles in agony. As this would distract guests, the Ghosts Children would pop out from the darkness and start to cry loudly at you. You quickly go to the other room. Credit to freddyfredbear on deviantart The Fire. You enter into the room, and it’s chaos. It appears to be the office from before, but it’s burning down. Flames are seen rising (projections), parts of the ceiling are caving in, and the wires are sparking (light effects). Smoke (fog) covers the room, as the cackle of the flames are heard. As you walk past the hallway door, a burnt up springtrap will come out and rush at you, roaring and screaming in agony. You go towards the last room. Happiest day. You enter into a party room, it’s empty besides a few tables and balloons. All of the tables have a large birthday cake on it. Several kids wearing animal masks are seen sitting near it, plastic smiles on their faces. At the end of the room, you see the table and cake is in black and white. On the floor are multiple masks of the freddy fazbear mascots, along with the puppets. The theme from the good ending is heard as you exit the maze.
  48. 5 points
    I sit here starting my holiday break, sipping a Totally Rad Punch (nailed the recipe), and wishing all of you Happy Horror Days. Aiello bless us, everyone! If any of you wonders what Zombieman does as a hobby during the non HHN season, check out the light show I do every year at my home. This was the show in 2016. Back to Speculation! I have a feeling we might get another Stranger Things house next year
  49. 5 points
    Five nights at Freddie’s would make an excellent house though, ignoring the demographics it would bring in, if you just take the concept by itself, a house in an abandoned Chuck E. Cheese with disturbing imagery, dead children, and lots of use of puppets would be great
  50. 5 points
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