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  1. Curious to see if anyone's experienced a "slow" day at Haunt yet? I'm glad they're pulling some huge crowds, but I'm hoping to visit on a bit more of a dead night. Aiming for a Thursday or a Sunday I guess.


    No such thing anymore. Selling those passes has turned the typical slow days into pass holder days.

    I went last Thursday and was surprised at how "dead" it was. All of the mazes were a walk-on at some point except for Paranormal (which became short at the end of the night). I was able to hit all of the mazes and Infected without Fright Lane with time to spare (waited 45 minutes for Infected). My guess is that future Thursdays will be busy and my visit was just early in the season.

  2. I HIGHLY doubt that Six Flags corporate would even have allowed MM (one of it's flagship parks) to just completely sit out this year.


    Well, technically they did last season with the only addition being VR on Revolution. But two years in a row would be highly unlikely.

    They didn't just add VR on Revolution, they built new trains (and added an awesome LED package on the loop!). I'd say that's significant enough to not say they "sat out" the year.

  3. But yes the back row going over the first drop is epic, you get a nice yank and depending on how tight the restraint is, you can get serious, almost scary airtime. The rest of the ride is just ridiculous (loud heavy metal, strobe lights, a random glowing pumpkin) but I think its a lot of fun and mostly underrated, in a so-bad-its-great kinda way. I'm glad I've shown so many people the light. Hahahahaha

  4. Gonna be unmeasurably sad if the GotG rumor for Tower is true.

    For me it comes down to how well-done the makeover and new story is. When the rumors started I didn't think it could be true, but now they're saying that they've been testing overnight for months, so I suppose it may really be happening (and they're saying May next year to coincide with the movie premiere to happen at DCA).

  5. I guess I was one of the few that really enjoyed Luigi's Flying Tires and rarely had problems navigating with the ride vehicles. That being said, I really loved Aquatopia at Tokyo DisneySea, so I'm certainly not going to complain about a trackless ride making its way to Disneyland...


    And I don't think anyone should worry that the arrival of Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters would prevent Disneyland from getting another trackless ride. Based on the footage shown during the Disneyland 60th Anniversary Special, it looks to be likely that the ride system is something in line with the trackless vehicles used on Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy at Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris.

    What ride? I'm assuming you mean the escape ride, not the Millennium Falcon ride? I wonder how fast their trackless ride vehicles can go, assuming the ride is intended to be thrilling.

  6. The park was really dead last night considering they were open until 12. Indy was in great condition after its refurb and it was nice to see the pole in the queue "working" when you shake it (although the falling ceiling effect was not). From 10:30-12 I was able to ride the Matterhorn, Haunted Mansion, Indy 3 times in a row, and Hyperspace Mountain 3 times in a row (it was really that empty).

  7. Went to the park for the first time in 2 years to try the Harry Potter rides before it gets really crowded... and WOW!!! I was blown away at the quality of the area (on par with Disney's best theming, which is probably Cars Land). The butterbeer was amazing. The coaster was an okay family coaster.

    Forbidden Journey was absolutely INCREDIBLE. I think it may have the best queue of any ride, ever. It's a really immersive ride. USH better be ready to deal with record crowds! 2019 Diagon Alley anyone?

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