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  • Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

    Hey, Im new here and was just wondering what information (if any) is avaliable for the 2007 halloween horror nights at Universal Studios Hollywood.
    Also, I have a few questions:

    -How scary is this event?
    -What ages i it appropriate for?
    -How much does it cost?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

    Nothing has been officially announced.

    Age appropriate for HHN is usually about 15 or 16. Most events like this would be considered PG13 at least, but have been going more towards R in recent years.

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      Re: Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

      Screamscape has rumors the event's theme would be based on fairytales and children's stories. Hence the Jack the Clown rumored host. I need to upload my HHN2006 videos on youtube

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        Re: Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

        just please please please be better than opening weekend last year

        that wasn't horror, it was horrid
        Will there be screams when the sun sets,
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        • #5
          Re: Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

          If you have an annual pass or a buy one get the day free pass the tickets are only $13 on opening night. I did that last year. As for ages I'd say nothing below 15, though I saw plenty of kids under the age of 10 and they were actually having fun. So I guess it depends on the kid. Trust me though, there is nowhere to hide from the walk-around characters!

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          • #6
            Re: Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

            Are you talking about Universal Hollywood or Orlando? Orlando's version of Halloween Horror Nights blows Hollywood's out of the water.

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              Re: Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

              Thanks for the help so far, but Im still wondering:
              -How scary is the event
              -How much does it cost
              Oh, and I was reffering to Hollywood, aimster. Unfortunatly I live too far away to go to what I have heard is a "superior version"

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                Re: Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

                Back in the day it was an amazing horrifying event... when it came back last year after being gone for a couple of years it was awful... I think the price to get in last year was around 50 without a discount but there were so many discounts offered I remember paying only 25.... Screamscape.com rumors said this year plans to have more mazes and more dates and longer hours... hopefully it will return as it once was and not like last years big disappointment.


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                • #9
                  Re: Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

                  Thanks!^

                  But, just one more question: if you scare easily will it be too much for you? Also, more insight on the other questions would be greatly appreciated!

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                    Re: Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

                    Originally posted by aarvark_man View Post
                    Thanks!^

                    But, just one more question: if you scare easily will it be too much for you? Also, more insight on the other questions would be greatly appreciated!
                    heck yes!! just the random "creatures" that walk around are scary and startling...not to mention that they pop out of every little place....you never know when youre going to be victimized
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                    • #11
                      Re: Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

                      last year was my first time going to HHN (hollywood) and i was pretty disappointed. not many scares, only two mazes, the backlot walk through was pretty lame too since you can easily see any monster coming at you.

                      we finished everything pretty quickly, to the point where we asked, "now what?"

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                        Re: Universal Studios Hallowwen Horror Nights 2007 Questions

                        where was the director at HHN? did anyone actually see him
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