Thursday, May 15, 2014

UOR Permit Update: Halloween Horror Nights 2014 Construction



Well, everyone, it's that time of year again! While we're all gearing up and getting excited for Diagon Alley, Universal has applied for the first permit pertaining to Halloween Horror Nights 2014 construction! The interesting thing about this one is it specifically calls out Disaster's queue, but also says it's for all the HHN houses. Could these be the only permits we see for this year's event? Stay tuned to find out! As always, stay tuned to @Parkscope for up to the minute updates!

5 comments:

  1. Wait so are they still doing the big movie set style haunts this year like they did last year or not?

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    1. There's always a maze in the Disaster Queue.

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    2. Yea I know but I still hope they do the big movie set style haunts that they did last year because they were so huge and detailed and I would prefer not to back to the smaller haunts.

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    3. There has never been smaller haunts...Universal has always delivered "big movie set" style haunted houses whether or not its 1 or 10. They do put three in the sound stages usually but the rest are in vacant queues and tents. Perhaps you were thinking of Six Flags Fright Fest? They tend to be on the low-budget end of the scale.

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