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    The only thing better than a naked woman is a naked donkey!
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  1. ^ No offense, but could you have been more of a douchebag with your response? Oh, wait, no you couldn't have been. At least I had something legitimate to say beyond name calling. You? Not so much. Oh, and to answer your question, that would be a definitive yes.
  2. It's true that many guests only seem to care about WWOHP now, but that just means shorter lines at the other attractions. Not sure why anyone would complain about that. No offense, but your rant doesn't even make any sense. How did you spend an entire hour looking for open rides? Most of the park's attractions are open. Did they all break at the same time? That's extremely unusual if they did, and not indicative of anything. If you had trouble finding food & drink locations, this is nothing new for IOA during the offseason. Entire restaurants have been shuttered in the past, long
  3. If you're waiting outside the gate at opening, I recommend going straight to the parade building (Forsaken), then doing the Sprung tents and working your way counter-clockwise around the park, ending at the soundstages. The first few houses should have barely any line. You should avoid the soundstages at the beginning of the night, because that's where everyone who doesn't know better goes. If you do Stay and Scream at Finnegan's, you should have all three soundstage houses done by the time the park officially opens.
  4. I wouldn't call this a bad year at all. In fact, the overall quality of the houses, at least in terms of design, is possibly the highest its ever been. The scare zones are certainly less than optimal, but that doesn't make or break anything for me personally. I tend to care about the houses more. I don't get many scares in the streets anyway. It would be nice if it stopped raining though. It's been a wet month, and every night it rains, the scare zones are affected heavily. They don't usually put fog machines outside of scare zones. It would have to drift. This year's safe zones
  5. I don't think there's any bad houses this year. The Thing and Winter's Night are both classics in the making, and all of the others are pretty decent, with some new and imaginative effects being seen in multiple houses. The Forsaken is a bit of a letdown, because I think it could have been better, but it's still not a bad house. The one house I see getting bashed a lot is Holidays of Horror, and people need to realize that it's a comedy house before they go through it. Much more so than the previous comedic houses. Don't expect the same type of experience you get from the other houses. I t
  6. Warning: There be spoilers ahead. These videos are an inside look at some of the houses for HHN 21. The Forsaken http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcPLCSZZrsA Winter's Night: The Haunting of Hawthorn Cemetery http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKjy2e89Cc0 Nevermore: The Madness of Poe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aldH6kNXG3w
  7. Not really. Why, you ask? Simple - Disney isn't actually capable of recreating any of that. Realistically, you can only "think big" to a certain extent with theme parks.
  8. via Twitter: In this cemetery, the deadly spirits beneath the headstones only come to life every 100 years… so you should be safe. THINK AGAIN. Happy 100th anniversary... Winter's Night: The Haunting of Hawthorn Cemetery
  9. Depends which coast you're on. West coasters tend to say maze. We call them houses.
  10. There are new games in the Backroom on HHN.com. They are multiplayer games for Holidays of Horror, The Forsaken & Nightingales (that's the gold, orange & purple cards.) These games seem to show up every night around 6 pm, while the original single player games can be played during the day. After beating both the single player and multiplayer games for a specific haunted house, you can click on the corresponding flashing spot on the house of cards to see an interactive page for that house, just like the ones seen on previous HHN websites, which fleshes out the details of the house's
  11. There's a reason why Orlando scareactors use "boo and skidoo" tactics (ie "they just pop out.") It's their safe scaring policy, put into place because the event has an unfortunate history of violent & troublesome guests. Even though it's a dry event, I'm sure it's only a matter of time before Hollywood is forced to create similar safety policies. HHN Orlando has changed quite a bit over time. The scareactors were originally allowed to touch you.
  12. Winter's Night -- Soundstage 22 The Thing & Nightingales -- Soundstage 23 The Forsaken -- Parade Building The Inbetween -- Sprung 1 Nevermore -- Sprung 2 Saws n' Steam -- Jaws queue Holidays of Horror -- Disaster! queue I don't think it's comparable. The Inbetween. A 3-D house.
  13. Nice job spoiling. Could you have at least warned people. Oh well, 30 minutes won't kill. I didn't force you to read it, did I?
  14. Here is the full list of houses, scarezones and shows! http://www.halloweenhorrornights.com/orlando/index.html#homepage Houses 1. The Thing - Paranoia spreads like an epidemic among a group of researchers in an isolated Antarctic outpost as they're infected, one by one, by a horrifying creature from another planet. 2. Nevermore: The Madness of Poe - The madness of Edgar Allen Poe's greatest works has come to life, taking you deeper and deeper towards the brink of insanity. 3. The Inbetween - An ominous portal reveals another dimension where all is not what it seems; a realm
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