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  1. Not in it's current format. It just uses the water spray to create a movie screen. And if you watch the video you'll see that the show is just basically commercials for the rides with parts of the rides in the show. It's really nothing more than the marketing channel you see in your on site hotel room. Here's to hoping HHN is better. Edit: From the Universal site: It may well run continuously and recycle hourly or it will be a 20 minute show 3 times a night? A new lagoon show is debuting at Universal Studios Florida during Halloween Horror Nights on select nights Sept. 6 – Nov. 2. Watch as the lagoon transforms with a spectacle of neon and synth, featuring iconic scenes from top horror films, cult classics and TV shows in “Halloween Marathon of Mayhem”. Grab a bucket of popcorn and get ready as the lagoon lights up with iconic scenes from Netflix’s Stranger Things, Ghostbusters, Universal Monsters and Killer Klowns from Outer Space. This new show features a blend of fountain-based media, state-of-the-art technologies and special effects in a new way. This is one 80’s nightmare you won’t want to miss. Show times each event night are 10PM, 11PM and 12AM. Download the Official Universal Orlando Resort Mobile App for updates and more info.
  2. UNIVERSAL ORLANDO’S HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS COMES TO LIFE IN TWISTED NEW WAY WITH ALL-NEW SHOW HIGHLIGHTING HORROR AND POP CULTURE GREATS IN THE HEART OF THE UNIVERSAL STUDIOS LAGOON The Greatest Names in Horror will Illuminate the Nighttime Sky of the World’s Premier Halloween Event during “Halloween Marathon of Mayhem” - Filling the Lagoon with Must-See, Terrifying Moments from Popular Halloween Classics ORLANDO, Fla. (August 15, 2019) – The screams featured at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights will come to life in a whole new way with the debut of the nighttime lagoon show, “Halloween Marathon of Mayhem.” Guests will watch as terrifying moments inspired by some of the Halloween classics taking over the event come to life right before their eyes in the Universal Studios Florida lagoon. Giant water screens highlighting iconic horror scenes, accented with more than 100 fountains, awesome special effects, pounding electro music, lasers and more will bring this all-new experience to life – creating a larger-than-life mix tape that guests won’t want to miss. Guests will witness a twisted new take on Netflix’s Stranger Things, Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters, Universal Monsters and Metro Goldwyn Mayer’s Killer Klowns from Outer Space as they invade the Universal Studios lagoon for “Halloween Marathon of Mayhem,” running on event nights at the world’s premier Halloween event. Halloween Horror Nights 2019 kicks off September 6 and runs select nights through November 2, bringing the most terrifying names in horror to life in 10 all-new elaborately themed haunted houses, five scare zones, live entertainment and more. And when they need a break from the screams, guests can enjoy Universal Studios’ most exhilarating attractions and the “Halloween Horror Nights Mobile Game featuring TERROR TRIVIA,” where they can test their Halloween Horror Nights knowledge, compete to get their name on the event leaderboards of 11 horror-packed levels and more My initial reaction to this is that it will be a 100% dud just like the nightly show. If it is anything like the nightly show, this will just be a commercial for HHN houses with zero additional content. Note to Universal, you don't need to market to people who have already bought their tickets.
  3. No, they have a fountain style show a la The Bellagio where they project onto the water spray. We watched it during our trip in June 2019. One and done. It has absolutely nothing outside of commercials for the rides.
  4. I'm betting something to do with the fountains.
  5. Found on twitter that there well may be a second show in Orlando, this year: Haunt Scene Twitter
  6. Any leaks or ideas on what scarezones Orlando is getting? 1. Selfie Zone Thats an easy one. But after that, what's the deal? Music of Rob Zombie....what scare actors would be in this zone?
  7. I wish they would bring back projections like they had at 26 where the building was falling and such. It really would be super cool to see that type of projection on the front entrance.
  8. Thank you and I love what you guys have been doing to update the site!
  9. Does it lend some help to the idea that Ghostbusters will be involved if you knew that they are using Stay Puft as a giveaway for games in the parks along side Frankenstein and, I think, the Wolfman? Source: Tim Tracker video
  10. Definitely scary! Then I can use my dad voice and tell them to stop running with scissors!
  11. There is absolutely nothing HHN about Get Out. I dont know what haunt would consider something that polarizing for a scare. 8 people sitting around a table eating dinner with brain scrambled servants standing nearby is not my definition of scary.
  12. I made a decision that I needed a bit of me time. But, as a mid 40s married man with 2 kids, yeah, its not easy. But I want to play Batman Arkham City dammit and I wish I could get into Red Dead 2, that looks fun.
  13. You are very correct. ST shifted the demographic age down. Adding anything HP would definitely drive it down further. Then comes the parental units of those HP kids screaming about the rest of the event being too scary and that's how we get UNSSHPH. That being said, it makes the argument for HHN becoming two tiered and in two parks. Scary to the left, not so scary to the right. But, I am sure there is not a return to be had in that method.
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