Halloween Horror Nights 17 - Trip Report
Written by Gareth H
Well I went, I saw, I was disappointed. (To sum up Halloween Horror Nights 17 at Universal Orlando very quickly.)Tweet
I got there at 6.30pm, I went straight onto what IU would regard as the best House, "Dead Silence." At 6.30 there was already a 75 minute wait. Now the house was good, very well designed, but for an "Off-Peak" night I think 75 minutes was way too long.
Bill & Ted. Great show but not as good as last year or the year before. Still worth watching and one can only hope it gets better.
Rocky Horror Show tribute. Great fun, VERY sexual. Not for kids. Sit near the front and you will get wet so cover your cameras and cellphones.
The Thing house. Very poor. I judt didn't get it, the scariest part was the queue as it wound through the Barney Show. Best part, the 0 Minute wait at the end of the day.
Scare Zone - Erm, where were they? My wife is petrified of HHN and only goes for me and she wasn't the slightest bit scared.
I didn't attempt any other houses as the average queue was an hour. As I have the frequent fear pass I will be going back and I hope it will get better, it can't get any worse after all.
[If you've been to HHN 17, add your observations in the comments - Ed.]
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