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There's no question that over the past 6 years Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) at Universal Studios Hollywood as become one of the premier haunts in Southern California and some would argue the U.S. Now, in 2012, it's obvious that this popular haunt has definitely found it's groove with guests returning in nearly chaotic masses to experience the elaborate mazes based upon Hollywood's top movie franchises and names in horror. Previously, the mazes at HHN were only tied to movies but now there's it's a broader showcase of "Hollywood Horrors" with mazes based on TV shows, video games turned movies, and classic horror rockers.
Here's our exclusive analysis of the survey and what we believe to be strong possibilities for 2012 HHN Hollywood themes. Take a look for yourself, vote, and leave comments letting us know which themes you’d like to see come to life. Once again we'll keep track of everyone's votes and see if we can guess the mazes before they're officially announced.
Well, the 2011 season is over, so it’s time to rank best that we Stalked! Haunt experiences can be a highly individual and subjective experience; what may scare one person might not be frightening at all to another, and what scares you one night might fall flat on a return visit. For this reason, the Scare Zone writers will be providing separate rankings.
Now that Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood is over for the season (sadly along with most all of the other haunts) here's all their 2011 "Behind The Screams" Videos. Along with revealing what it took to pull off what we believe to be one of their best yet. For those of you who couldn't or didn't go, here's what you missed.
Right before 7 pm, a couple of girls walked out in front of the crowd, and there was a little sketch with Ghostface calling the girls on the phone and asking them about their favorite scary movie and then--of course--killing them. As soon as the rope drops, hordes of chainsaw maniacs surge through the crowd. It's a pretty impressive opening. Unfortunately, only FOL pass holders will really be able to see this spectacle, since regular ticket holders must wait behind.
Going to KSF this year, we were somewhat skeptical, but also hopeful, about their ability to ramp up the scares. So, this year, we're glad to say that KSF was successful in pumping some new blood into their haunts. Overall 2011 is more elaborate and scarier than it has been over the past few years. We like the direction that they are headed in, but it still doesn't have the level of intensity which we've come to expect over the past 19 years.
TPA Night at Knott's Scary Farm is October 1 - TPA Magazine This month's episode of HauntCast features an interview with Eric Lowther of Haunted...
We all waited, like a dead old lady in a hotel room window, for the full line up HHN Hollywood mazes to be announced. It was almost more torture than a Jigsaw trap. After playing the game of cryptic clues that terrorized us for the past 8 months we can all either brag about guessing right or shame ourselves for being wrong.
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Scare Zone has received an interesting rumor/tip about the last two mazes left to be revealed at HHN Hollywood, as well as the Terror...