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  1. Does anyone know of some real haunted places they can vouch for being truly haunted.
  2. I NEED DETAILS! How long did the maze take to walk through? Halloween Horror Nights quality mazes (i.e. movie sets)? Did they space everyone out?
  3. I'm looking for some haunted spots in Southern California (Prefer Inland Empire or Orange County) to check out on Halloween. I want something that's actually scary with a backstory to it. Anyone have suggestions?
  4. You canceled Haunt? Well your going to miss out on DOLL FACTORY which IMO is probably the BEST house out right now. It's so good its worth admission alone.
  5. If you haven't been to Knott's this year, get over there, NOW! I just got back and was blown away by one particular maze called DOLL FACTORY. I'm not going to give anything away but imagine the budget of GRUDGE 2 MAZE with the creativity and acting of KNOTT'S. If you've ever wondered how much a "scareactor" makes a difference, get to this maze NOW! Almost half the actors are female and they all give Oscar worthy performances. They even recruited the GRUDGE girl from last year, known to contort at your feet, to imitate a doll down to the last virgin footstep. 10/10 - This is
  6. Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood Overall the quality of the mazes at HHN was suprisingly good. The tram ride (Horror Tram) was quite a relief from the typical walkthrough maze. Although it did feel a little short and the scares weren't as personal, the overall ambience and themeing from actual horror sets made all the difference. The Asylum was the second of three mazes and was equally impressive. Theme and scares were abundant and the quality of acting was, shall I say, superior to that of the "other" asylum. I found myself jumping quite a few times and other times marveling at the sets.
  7. i will be attending Knotts Scary Farm tonight. I will have a full review (with ratings) posted tomorrow Knotts vs. HHN Knotts is gonna win but by how much?
  8. Just got back from USHH last night. I must say that I have a bit of a mixed review for them. First off, the mazes (2 of them) and overall theming of the park was fantastic, dare I say BETTER than Knotts. Universal took it beyond smoke and dark places and actually made a unified scare zone. The Terror Tram was by far the best thing they had which is no surprise. But with a 110 minute wait an hour after the park opens it just kills all the joy. I was constanlty pushing just to walk around the park and they easily sold too many tickets. I know they are trying to make a good buck but they
  9. Disney is good blazin asian Lol but they need some new stuff they also made that craptastic califronia adventure so that obviously hurty their rep. but whatever, its disney.. they will always prevail
  10. Your correct.. I can't bring myself to go back to six flags for one ride but since my roommate gave me great reviews I may make the trip.. I have ridden stealth when it was at PGA and was dissapointed. Since then flying coasters dropped off the map for me, but I will give it another try.
  11. So after reading some threads and a few captions on photos from the Japan and UK tour it seems that there is some animosity towards knott's whats the deal? Now I know I am gonna get flamed but I think Knott's is easily the best Amusement park in California. It's main competitor (six flags) cannot hold a candle to most of its properties. I didn't put disneyland because in my humble opinion I don't think any park can compete with the disney empire. It constructed it's own niche and adopts followers before most of them hit 1st grade. back to Magic Mountain, what a disgrace. It's
  12. USH doesn't have the resources to match what UO's capable of. The tram tour is about the only advantage... but didn't someone die the last time they used that at HHN? Ok sorry I'm not trying to be mean but HHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAH Have you ever been to USH? They make movies there! I am a New York Film Academy student and we are constantly on the back lot filming. They have this huge wardrobe wearhouse with just about every single costume and prop ever used in every movie (including horror movies). There are like a million sound stages and they are enormous, so they will probably be u
  13. USH doesn't have the resources to match what UO's capable of. The tram tour is about the only advantage... but didn't someone die the last time they used that at HHN? Ok sorry I'm not trying to be mean but HHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAH Have you ever been to USH? They make movies there! I am a New York Film Academy student and we are constantly on the back lot filming. They have this huge wardrobe wearhouse with just about every single costume and prop ever used in every movie (including horror movies). There are like a million sound stages and they are enormous, so they will probably be u
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