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This past weekend Dread Central Florida correspondents Mike and Michelle Phalin took to the Universal Orlando lot to experience Halloween Horror Nights 23 and came back with a boatload of eye candy along with a special video with John Landis!
Landis was on hand to promote the first ever American Werewolf in London maze, which according to our intrepid reporters was home to some incredibly detailed and amazing werewolf puppetry. That being said, surprisingly enough The Cabin in the Woods maze ended up being the star of the show right down to the faux-Cenobite with, unsurprisingly, Resident Evil – much like the movies – ending up being the big stinker with ill-timed scares, mostly stationary and inactive Lickers, and a really poorly designed Nemesis creature which did little to inspire any kind of jolts. Yeah, you may wanna skip that one.
The park was filled with lots of other attractions including some badass Walking Dead zombies and more. Enough talk though! Let this bounty of ocular goodness speak for itself!
More info on “Halloween Horror Nights” is available at Halloween Horror Nights.com. Enjoy the goodies below and for more please visit the Dread Central Google+ Halloween Horror Nights album for 100s of images.
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