Of course, there is no real scary things going on, but its still fun for every age.
What about Fright Fest at Six Flags? I know its a FL park roundup, but its something I would love to see! I would love to hear, probably closer to the season, how Six Flags parks do their Halloween celebrations since I think it might be park specific!
The one thing I really did like, and wished Disney would expand upon, was the incredibly brief atmospherics. I realize that this event is for kids and can't be made to be too creepy, but the ghostly captain on the Liberty Belle and the woman in the Mansion's graveyard were wonderful touches that brought a better sense of the holiday and created a sense of mood that Disney is famous for. As is, I doubt I'll ever go back.
On another note, I am curious to find out the price point for the new Frequent Fear Pass with HHN Express will be. If they can manage to sell it for around $100, it is something I would definitely consider.
instead of the two guys reviews above... i'm a fan of the drippy, gross, Halloween fear stuff so you will DEFINITELY see me at HHN and HOS!!!!! If it's Halloween, then get in the spirit of it! The creepy stuff, not the cute stuff.
I really enjoy seeing how the parks I visit all the time suddenly wear a costume of its own that you can barely recognize it at night.
hopefully they bring back the best houses of the past 20 years.screamhouseoriginal psycho-scarapydungeon of doomanything with jason, freddy, and michael myersthe funhouse with jack the clownthe disorientorium (my favorite of all time)