Last night, we got the day/
I firmly believe you do not need a FOL pass to get everything
American Horr...or Story: Roanoke - This was average overall. 3/5
Stanley Kubrick's The Shining - This was average as well, but perhaps my hopes had been to high. 3/5
SAW: The Games of Jigsaw - This was the best and had the pass allowed reentry at the front of the line, I would have gone again. An immersive scene which included a stunning scent helped raise it to the top. 5/5
Ash vs Evil Dead - This was a total waste. Repetitive
Titans of Terror better - This one was one of the better ones, even though it was fairly repetitive
The Horrors of Blumhouse - This one was also average and probably rated a little higher than I normally would have, but since it went through more than one movie (Purge, Sinister and Happy Death Day) it made it a little more interestin
Terror Tram - Other than giving your feet a break, this promotion for the Chuckie Movie was not great. The photo op with Norman Bates at the Bates home is the major plus. The Friday the 13th area was probably the most creative section. 3/5
Like some of the other posters have posted, the RIP tour is just like getting a FOL pass with a meal. There wasn't anything special included (like a special tram ride, behind the scenes look, etc). The guides were there to take us to each maze and through the tram and that was it. I don't remember our guide's name, but he was nice and helped us navigate the craziness of HHN.
Other than the RIP disappoint
I tend to get scared easily, so I found that the scareactor
I am probably going to go back to HHN on the last night, but will probably get a
If you guys do offer RIP tours again next year, try and offer something like a "behind the scenes" mini-tour.
The food, like the daytime VIP tour, is buffet style and is excellent as usual.
Overall the experience
We will be attending again next year and hope there is improvemen
It was still a good time but since I know the potential Universal Studios has, I had to give Hollywood 3 stars. Save your money and go to Orlando.
This year I was deeply disa...ppointed in what the event delivered.
First off the cast does an Incredible
Ok so my issue with the mazes this year is that every single maze had multiple black painted hallways with the exact same scare. *SPOILER ALERT* The scare tactic is an all black hallway with the scarer elevated just above eye level and a strobe and sound effect going off. This was used way too much and comes off as boring and too repetitive
Scare Zones. At this point I feel like HHN should just stop trying. They try to turn their scare zones into walkthroug
Overall I still can't give this event a 1 star for this year. As much as I am disappoint
We did the R.I.P tour and everything
Everyone we encountere
Our guide Maisha was cheerful, informativ
After we and our guide parted ways, we managed to go back through 6 of the 8 mazes a second time, along with all the scare zones. We did not make it to Jabbawocke
While obviously not the most crowded night of the season, there were still plenty of people at the park, with long general admission lines at most of the mazes all night long. The unlimited front of line privilege was so appreciate
The scare zones were all decent, however it seemed like actors were sometimes concentrat
The Toxic Tunnel was a great idea, but it was hard to really get the effect of the theme and actors due to the large space, variable lighting, and number of people traveling through simultaneo
Maybe if there were a few large set pieces inside to break up the space it would have been more effective.
If you want an organized,
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