Is this worth going to? I remember I really wanted to go when they started it up becuase I figured who could do horror better than an actual movie studio which produces horror films? But then I kept hearing lackluster reviews of the actual event. The fact the site still doesn't describe the event in detail has me wondering.
The fact that they have Flordia experience has me excited! I wanna go so bad, but I'm not sure if I can get out there and I have no one to go with! plus it's only $25 for me so it's not like I'll be out THAT much if it sucks.
"Tonight I wash my hands of you
You set the bar I could not live up to
Tonight the light is breaking through
So thank you very little and send me postcards from hell"
the location of my profile picture is Knott's in 1972, i'm about 10 months old.
Re: USH Halloween Horror Nights
from what i saw in 2000, their "streets" couldn't hold a candle to knotts'
their mazes are LUSH, you can tell they put money into them...however, along with the lushness you have to have good talent...some were great...most were so/so
i've never been to USF HHN, but from what i've heard their talent is top notch and i would love to and see it myself...but i have high hopes for USH.
i'm excited to be going!
Will there be screams when the sun sets, -=Is It October Yet?=-
Originally Posted by Tinkermonkey
elly is the ultimate nerdy girl. But she makes it sexy
They have something like this at King's Island, only they call it "Fear Fest". Only on friday and saturday nights, and some the costumed characters i've seen walking towards their post in the daytime i'm too chicken to go and walk around that place at night when all the rides are closed.
Press today is so concerned with cool vs. not cool that they're starting to forget good vs. bad. I'm not sure I'll ever be "cool", but I will always tirelessly strive to be "great". - Josh Groban