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HHN 22 Orlando reviews

Universal Orlando: Your thoughts about the houses and the shows

From Michael T
Posted September 21, 2012 at 4:37 PM
What did you guys think of them

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From robert morris
Posted September 27, 2012 at 10:26 AM
Visited HHN over the first weekend. And was unhappy to see after 22 years to see Universal struggle so much on opening night. But to their credit they fixed many of the issues and when we were doing our second survey, had one of the higher ups acknowledge they had taken to surveys from Friday into account. A welcome change for theme park goers.
Dead End and Gothic are top notch, Alice Cooper surprisingly good, Walking Dead was good but will disappoint fans of the show due to overhype, same problem for Silent Hill (but lesser house). Penn and Teller brought an interesting element but not much else. But House of Horrors for Universal to put together that house with their on overwhelming material is embarrasing.

We kinda of liked the street experience change and helps the experience during the day as allows for park to look more normal than in years past.[EDIT]

From Andrew Dougherty
Posted September 27, 2012 at 1:48 PM
The reason for the new street experience is that the parade needs to run daily and the street props took to much room.

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