Did You Know Back Issues of Famous Monsters of Filmland Are Available for FREE Online?

There’s a tendency among those who love horror to trash new horror and revere old horror. In reality, there’s a lot of good new horror out there and a lot of bad old horror.

And vice versa.

But there’s just something about vintage horror that makes me happy. It’s easy to find fault with a lot of the campier stuff, but there’s so much fun to be had with the older, way campier stuff. The practical effects, the creativity and just the nostalgia of it.

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Halloween Horror Nights 29 (2019) Orlando Updates

Believe it or not, it’s only a little more than 3 months before Halloween Horror Nights opens its doors to the public at Universal Orlando. As of this writing, there have been three houses announced and, as it’s been about a month since the last house was announced, it seems like we should be due for another announcement any moment now. Here’s what we know so far and what the rumor mill has been churning out as we wait for more details.

Stranger Things Is Back

Most people assumed this would be the case with the HHN 28 house being so popular that it was opened for a last hurrah daylight hours tour to the general public. Personally, I loved last year’s house, getting a good run by doing Stay and Scream and hitting the house as it first opened. The Demogorgons were on point, jumping out and opening their maw right in my face as I passed through the house. The set design was also top notch, making you feel as if you had genuinely stepped into Hawkins, Indiana in 1984. 

The artwork and marketing copy for HHN 29’s house promises this house will follow the storyline of season two, so look for Demodogs, the Mind Flayer and more scenes in Hawkins Laboratory this time around. Prediction: We’ll get a scene that has us walk through the old school bus on the bone yard with a puppeteered Demodog trying to grab us through the roof of the bus. 

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