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THE WALKING DEAD: THE LIVING AND THE DEAD

From the burnt ashes of Terminus, through the flooded community food pantry basement, and into the darkened churchyard, hordes of walkers surround you as you relive gut-wrenching moments of the most recent season.

 
 
 
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Season 5 of AMC’s The Walking Dead was amazing. And at Halloween Horror Nights this year, we can’t wait to put guests right in the middle of last season’s most gruesome moments.

There are some new disgusting Walker looks and immersive environments that will thrill new guests and long-time fans. You’ll encounter everything from the freshly-turned Terminus butcher—who has slashed the throats of many trough victims—to the Walker with a flare-filled face lighting up the storm-ravaged forest.

Some of the goriest moments will be captured from Season 5. A grenade blast pins an unlucky soul to the wall as Walkers feast on the still live survivor. And one of the most horrific scenes will play out as you try to wind your way past the semi-truck Walker traps.

You’ll also have to keep to the dry path and steer clear of the engorged faces of Walkers that wade through the water of the food bank basement.  Yes, you heard correctly. It will be a first for the event—we will have Walkers attacking through the waist high waters of the flooded food bank.

With new environments, massive gore, and lots of Walkers…who will survive?

Encounter the atrocities of the “W” #walkers and witness the horror of victims besieged by AMC's The Walking Dead in season 5 at #HHN25. If the #hordes don’t get you, the flood waters will.
 

 
 
 
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Part of this event was a lights-on walk through Insidious (Tent 2) and The Walking Dead (B-79), but we were also asked not to share any details about either of the houses, which sucks. After The Walking Dead had the largest house in HHN history last year, a lot of people were hoping it would go out on a high. Well, it’s back this year with a very condensed version of Season 5. By condensed, I mean there are locations being ignored that were part of massive story arcs during this past season. However, tightening up the house could make this year’s house the best Walking Dead house since its first year considering there are supposed to be MORE walkers than ever before AGAIN.

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I'm just glad we got the Walking Dead announcement out of the way. Now we can focus on the good stuff. 

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Well, it's an announcement.

It's only a house.

it seems to mention walking hordes as well, for whatever that means.

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Well, it's an announcement.

It's only a house.

I thought it might be but with it saying walking hordes I just wanted to check :) 

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It seems Hollywood and Orlando are doing different things with their house. Also our house is called "The Walking Dead: The Living and the Dead."

At Universal Orlando Resort, the maze will be titled "The Walking Dead: The Living and the Dead" and will place visitors in a famed scene from Season 5 — the flooded food bank scene where "they'll be surrounded by hundreds of gallons of water as flesh-hungry walkers attack," according to the release.

This year, Universal Studios Hollywood will introduce the original "The Walking Dead: Wolves Not Far" maze — which it promises is the "biggest, longest, most gruesome maze ever built at the West Coast destination...with twice as many, never-before-seen walkers."

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What about the 2nd Walking Dead house? Fear the Walking Dead!

 

Also to add to above about the TWD...

Following in the footsteps of the The Walking Dead cast, Horror Nights guests will begin their journey at the Terminus safe-haven compound "where an unspeakable hunger has consumed the demented souls of those dwelling within," according to the release. Guests will also witness "the horror of victims besieged by the living dead, and step onto the loading dock of the Del Arno Food warehouse to face hordes of 'W' walkers."

I assume the beginning will take place at Terminus after/during Carol's commando assault. The watery food store could be a very interesting room. I'm definitely anxious to see how well that 1 is executed. I wonder if we'll get lucky enough to get a Morgan cameo?

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What about the 2nd Walking Dead house? Fear the Walking Dead!

what are you talking about?

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Looks like we've got a bunch of psychics on this board. Everyone already knows the house is gonna suck. You know I thought about going this year... What with 9 houses, the 25th Anniversary, Jack returning and all...... THANK GOD you all know this house is going to be terrible. Saved me some big time money. Im going to let this house ruin any happiness about this event for me. Those hundreds and thousands of guest who left last years house clapping and cheering as they exited are just dumb GP. Their overwhelming opinion doesnt matter like us 1%-ers. They dont even know how many dots Jack has on his blouse. Amateurs. I mean, so what if Jacks been repeated over and over again. Hes gets a Hall Pass because we say so.... unlike that Walking Dead.

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did you  guys see the picture that jack actor mr keaton posted it a picture of jack making fun of the walking dead with the hashtag biteme and the tile the walking dead dead yourself

here his twitter https://twitter.com/Mrfurious32821

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did you  guys see the picture that jack actor mr keaton posted it a picture of jack making fin of the walking dead with the hashtag biteme and the tile the walking dead dead yourself

here his twitter https://twitter.com/Mrfurious32821

He used the Dead Himself app. Its called cross promotion. In no way was he making "fin" of The Walking Dead

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Oh, so awesome!  Now they can bring back some of those stunningly realistic and phenomenal special effects like the running  zombie hoard with flashing strobe light!  Those masterminds!

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He used the Dead Himself app. Its called cross promotion. In no way was he making "fin" of The Walking Dead

okay then never mind then

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He used the Dead Himself app. Its called cross promotion. In no way was he making "fin" of The Walking Dead

C'mon... Some of us haven't recovered from Sharknado 3 yet, cut him some slack.

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I'm having difficulty imagining the "hundreds of gallons of water". 

They won't have guests slog through water in a house (if it's raining you may have to slog through water to get to the house, but that's different). Catwalk?

And how will the scareactors be situated? I just can't see them having 45 minute sets in the water. 

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I'm having difficulty imagining the "hundreds of gallons of water". 

They won't have guests slog through water in a house (if it's raining you may have to slog through water to get to the house, but that's different). Catwalk?

And how will the scareactors be situated? I just can't see them having 45 minute sets in the water. 

watch this house be the worst ever this year and the only people will go to the house are diehard walking dead fans

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Blah blah Walking Dead...we all saw this coming. I thought the house last year was pretty good, in fact I thought it was better that AVP. So I look forward to this year's house, if not worried about a possible lack of material.

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I'm having difficulty imagining the "hundreds of gallons of water". 

They won't have guests slog through water in a house (if it's raining you may have to slog through water to get to the house, but that's different). Catwalk?

And how will the scareactors be situated? I just can't see them having 45 minute sets in the water. 

Yeah. It almost can't be as cool as what it should be, so I'm excited to see exactly how they do it.  

Maybe use some of these?

http://www.amazon.com/Allen-Company-Brule-River-Chest/dp/B004I8LE9G/ref=sr_1_2?s=sports-and-fitness&ie=UTF8&qid=1438270154&sr=1-2&keywords=waders

 

On a side note, I'm actually more excited to see TWD return this year than having AWiL return. 

 

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Huh, USAToday claims we have a different subtitle. Ours is "The Living and The Dead" , not "Wolves Not Far" like Hollywood.

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