October 30, 2018

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REVIEW: Universal Studios Hollywood Horror Nights

Guns N’ Roses have been a musical starting point for a lot of kids. Through their music, kids can discover broader sonic horizons and might even be inspired to play an instrument or write a song. Universal is similar in that it has influenced the start of many DIY haunts. It has even been an inspiration for haunters and haunt goers alike to gain a deeper knowledge about the lore and history of Southern California’s Halloween culture. While we would happily go to a Guns N’ Roses show or Horror Nights if they were free, we don’t think the price of the ticket is worth the experience. Universal’s mazes have become repetitive and the lines are way too long. We feel so bad for the families that spend their savings on this attraction and can only do two or three mazes because of wait times. Like Guns N’ Roses, who have some amazing songs, Horror Nights has delivered some great hits; the Halloween and Stranger Things mazes were really fun.  Also like Guns N’ Roses, who randomly play the Pink Panther theme mid-set, Horror Nights incorporates some real duds like the Jabbawokeez. (On a side note, we hear that Orlando’s Horror Nights is crushing it.)


October 30, 2018

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