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Mae

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  1. I've got one for the Alice Cooper queue. It's one of my favorites by him, ever and it was playing on my way into the house on 9/30. Be My Lover, on the Killer album. Sigh. Yeah, had good times to this record. Mae
  2. Um.....hi....what'd I miss, guys??

  3. Finally get to go to HHN. Phew.

  4. Hi. It's been a while. I do have an excuse, though. Promise. I have a question: when we started gettting info regarding dates and FFP's, was it indicated anywhere that the second weekend would be included in those dates? I know it doesn't NOW, but I swear that it was stated that it would be the case. Does anyone have a link to a conversation where it was discussed? Thanks all! Mae
  5. Just renewed my Dreammaker membership!

  6. I pulled out last years' HNN shirt today for casual Friday. I wore it.

  7. You talented types make me so jealous... Mae
  8. Woot! My frient just bought me tix for Queensryche in Nov as a birthday present!

  9. I was watching some of my old videos the other night...2001, I think, and there were scareactors right at the gate to 'greet' you. They've had some activity there; 2007 had some clowns and the carousel bikes added, and 2008 had the mirror people, could we looking at more interaction there this year? We could have more of a theme to the entry, making it an official scarezone. Mae
  10. All the talk of Easter is making me think of this little darling... Mae
  11. SO STRESSED OUT....

  12. When you consider what you get for the costs, the price actually evens out quite a bit. I love local haunts and support them as much as I can, but I still see the draw to a massive haunted event. 8 houses - Even meccas like Netherworld and Bates Motel charge 20-30 bucks for 2-3 haunts. So, they match up at 10 per haunt. Scarezones - I have yet to be at a haunt with as extensively decorated outdoor areas as a theme park can provide. They do great stuff in their queue's and sometimes even in the parking lot, but for sheer immersion the parks have the obvious advantage. Rides - If you are so inclined....I don't think local haunts can provide much more than jumpy houses or, occasionally, a traveling carnival ride. They would probably upcharge for those, too. Please do not think that this is in any way a slight to independent and regional haunts; I love, respect, and envy what they do and would love to join them someday. However, dollar vs dollar, HHN, Knotts, HOS, and the large theme park variety haunted events do provide equal to the costs. If they go much higher, I may not be able to enjoy as much as I'd like, but that is due to my own financial burdens and not the fact that it's a fair or worthy price.
  13. Keeping it brief: The first house in 2007 did not take place on the base shown in The Thing; it was supposed to take place in Florida. It did have a pool table. Pool tables don't mean anything specific; however, in consideration with what we do know, the chances are rather high that Dr J is completely on the money. Mae
  14. I found the one on the HHN site on YouTube and timed it that way. What was on the screen at 1:52 was....wow. Mae
  15. They put THAT in the soundstage? This is going to be amazing! Mae
  16. Not to imply that this is the inspiration, but there's a really terrible anthology movie about holiday horror...I can't remember the name now, of course, but it had stories about the Easter Bunny and Valentine's Day...plus there's some sort of villian in Batman that did the same... Mae
  17. Ooo, nice!!! Way to tie it all up! I would be totally into the campy Creature Feature/Fright Night type house. I don't think any of the Fright Nights (1, 2, or the remake) are done by Universal, so I doubt there's a direct link, but the idea could be fun to toy with in a house...or even for a future icon... Mae
  18. Could this and the "Floyd and Nurmi" clues point to the show in Beetlejuice? Mae
  19. Mae

    ScareWear

    This stuff is awesome! Are we non-actor types allowed to purchase and wear them? I want a VICTIM shirt!!! Mae
  20. Horror movie hosts... Vampires.... The first thing that came to my mind was Fright Night, but I doubt we're getting Peter Vincent. (More's the pity- I'd take either incarnation!!) How about a Wayne's World type, local access horror show? Mae
  21. Holidays can be scary...come to my house and see!!

  22. Never forgotten! However, it was overwhelmed by the other scenes...The Thing's space was really, really small and consisted of crates, crates, and more crates. There was one static prop on the nights I went, not even an actor. In comparison to the rest of that house, it fell very short; The Strangers, Sean of the Dead, Evil Dead, and even the beautiful, abbreviated, and isolated Phantom of the Opera scene was more memorable. It just didn't fit in with the scope of the house. Which is another reason I look forward to it getting the soundstage treatment. Mae
  23. An actual Easter basket? Mae
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