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The 2009 Eyegore Awards Ceremonies and Halloween Horror Nights
by: -RoG-

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Sucks when you're an actor in one of these mazes and you lose a contact.


Why yes, Chucky does enjoy stabbing skeletons inside bone caves.


Isn't she pretty?


Disfigured corpse or not, we see you hiding back there, Chucks.


Pop-up Chucky is a cyborg too.


Oh the prizes you can win at the whack-a-mole booth.


Looks like Chucky is interfering with Dr. Frankenstein's laboratory experiments.


The dangers of saran wrap!


He looks like a kid with his hand caught in the cookie jar.
Only replace "cookie jar" with "gaping bloody chest cavity".


Didn't stick around long enough to figure out what this person's problem was.


Probably just a scene from the director's cut of Death Proof.


An extremely well done recreation of Michael Myers' home was the entrance for the all new
"The Life and Crimes of Michael Myers" maze at Halloween Horror Nights.


Definitely felt a bit bizarre walking right into what looked just like the home from the old Halloween films.


Of course, before we could even leave that room, Michael smashed his face right up against a nearby window.


And then we saw a younger Michael...


...standing above one of his many victims.


I know man... it's rough working in the kitchen.


A kid wearing one of the Silver Shamrock masks from Halloween III: Season of the Witch!? No way!


Loomis warns us not to go onward!


Who's gonna nurse this nurse back to health? Nobody.


Michael really needs to learn to clean up after himself.


Well, at least he took something with him this time.

There's still more Halloween Horror fun to see!
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Reader Comments

Butt Wipe
Oct 12th, 2009, 03:13 PM
That's pretty sad that in the picture of Doc Mock and Corey Feldman together, Doc Mock looks more sane.
With More Yes Than Ever
Oct 12th, 2009, 04:28 PM
Sounds like a great event, although the one near me in Orlando is probably no where near as exciting.
An Arizona Horror Company
Oct 12th, 2009, 08:59 PM
Holy hell, good stuff. Great job as always! Definitely one of the features I look forward to every October!
Forum Virgin
Oct 12th, 2009, 10:02 PM
Thanks for the uh...thanks? Glad I could get you guys in! Also, thanks for the SHINY STICKERS!

Casey
Member
Oct 13th, 2009, 12:52 AM
I also need a gas mask.
Cranberry Everything
Oct 13th, 2009, 01:09 AM
I think if Rob Zombie actually cracked a smile, Hell would freeze over and candy would rain from the sky. And who wants to be pelted by candy all day?

The Psycho home always looks amazing. They do such a good job with the lighting on that one.

Nice photo gallery again this year! Next to the candy review, this is the one I look forward to the most every year.
drifting in the void
Oct 13th, 2009, 05:07 AM
Must be nice to have something like that around, Germany is not exactly the capital of Halloweenland...
Crazed Techno-Biologist
Oct 13th, 2009, 06:19 AM
wow, i actually recognize someone in one of your photos as a fellow student, small world!
Last of the Time Lords
Oct 13th, 2009, 06:20 AM
Looks like a good time. I'm willing to bet that Dock Mock is a much bigger celebrity than Corey Feldman right now. He should have interviewed you!

I'm kind of disappointed by the Chucky themed areas. Seems like instead of recreating any scenes from the movies, they just made random haunted house rooms and added a Chucky doll somewhere.
Member
Oct 13th, 2009, 08:22 AM
Yeah whoever thought of the chucky one should be immediately fired. Especially considering none of the chuckys even looked like chucky! Seriously, he's a doll. Since he's SUPPOSED to look all fake and shiny all they needed to do was make up some custom chucky dummies and it would have looked awesome. Also some relevance to chucky films would have been nice as well. At the very least the doll factory should have been represented. I mean a empty warehouse with a bunch of boxes. How hard would that have been?

My bloody valentine seemed pretty lame as well. While a decent horror film I didn't find it particularly scary especially considering I'm from WV and know for a fact that none of the mining related stuff in the film is in any way based in reality, including the stupid gas mask that miners simply refuse to wear. The dude would have stuck out like a sore thumb.

Seems like they recycled 75% of the set pieces as well. I'm guessing they are phasing out freddy because of the upcoming (and doomed I might add) reboot. The fact of the matter is, he should ALWAYS be there though.

Michael Myers looked fantastic though. I got a semi when I saw all the halloween III stuff in your pics. Also nice to see they completely ignored the rob zombie versions.

Seems odd they've never done a hellraiser one either. There's tons of realistic hellraiser gear out there so unlike the chucky attempt, they could have bought off the shelf items and actually ended up with a nice looking attraction.
pickled
Oct 13th, 2009, 10:30 AM
SILVER SHAMROCK!
Forum Virgin
Oct 13th, 2009, 12:06 PM
Disney has owned Hellraiser up until 2005, when the Weinsteins took Dimension films with them when they left Miramax.

Not that it would be hard for them to do a Hellraiser maze- they had a lot of the hanging chain stuff like that in the WWE Undertaker maze they did around 2000-2001 and it worked pretty well.
Forum Virgin
Oct 13th, 2009, 01:08 PM
Awww, every time you guys post something like this I'm always so jealous. The only theme park around here is six flags new england, and their idea of haunted house theming always seems to range from scary clowns to insane asylum with no creativity at all! Granted its still usually really scary when you're doing it, but afterwards you're not stunned by any great leaps of imagination or anything. A few years ago I got to go to Busch Gardens Tampa's Howl-o-scream and was blown away by how creative it all was. Even the least scary mazes were amazingly effective and while they didn't reduce people to tears there was plenty to talk about afterwards! Oh well.
I am Johnny Luchador
Oct 13th, 2009, 01:16 PM
I loved the Silver Shamrock addition to the Halloween Maze. That totally just made this super awesome. I mean I went to the one in Orlando 2 years ago when they had like the Friday the 13th, Dead Silence, Nitemare on Elmstreet, and it was a blast, but if they would have had anything with Silver Shamrock it would have made my day as well.
Pickled Patriarch
Oct 13th, 2009, 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by The Head Ninja View Post
Thanks for the uh...thanks? Glad I could get you guys in! Also, thanks for the SHINY STICKERS!
Hehe absolutely man. Nice meeting you at the park and I'm glad I had some shiny stickers on hand to give ya!

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Originally Posted by Doctor_Who View Post
Looks like a good time. I'm willing to bet that Doc Mock is a much bigger celebrity than Corey Feldman right now. He should have interviewed you!
If I'm lucky, maybe some day that will be true. I have to say though, Corey is a really good sport and doesn't take himself or his work too seriously. Anybody who'll joke around with me in response to questions about a movie like Blown Away is aok in my book.

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Originally Posted by HowardC View Post
Yeah whoever thought of the chucky one should be immediately fired.
Nah, that place is always there year round. They just added Chucky into it to mix it up a bit. It wasn't a totally new maze like all the other ones were. If it was, then yeah, there'd be reason to complain, but since this is just their way of making a pre-existing maze more Halloweeny, it's fine.

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Originally Posted by HowardC View Post
My bloody valentine seemed pretty lame as well.
You've gotta keep in mind that my photos are only a fraction of what you get to see in all of these mazes. The My Bloody Valentine one was actually very nicely put together and I definitely enjoyed it.

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Originally Posted by HowardC View Post
Michael Myers looked fantastic though. I got a semi when I saw all the halloween III stuff in your pics. Also nice to see they completely ignored the rob zombie versions.
Yeah, there wasn't a SINGLE thing about the Rob Zombie movies in the maze, which made me extremely happy. And you just can't beat the Silver Shamrock room... that one had me absolutely amazed and truly made the night for me.

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Originally Posted by goblyn View Post
A few years ago I got to go to Busch Gardens Tampa's Howl-o-scream and was blown away by how creative it all was. Even the least scary mazes were amazingly effective and while they didn't reduce people to tears there was plenty to talk about afterwards! Oh well.
I love Howl-O-Scream! I used to go there all the time back when I lived in Virginia. You can check out my photos from visiting there years ago here: http://www.i-mockery.com/minimocks/buschgardens
The best...around
Oct 13th, 2009, 06:43 PM
The jizz covered girl is pretty hot. Did I miss that in one of the Saw movies?
Member OfThe Pigmask Army
Oct 14th, 2009, 08:32 PM
Is it just me, or is the picture of Chucky on page 2 with the corpse with a hole in his chest, does Chucky look immensely retarded? It's kinda the face. I imagine him yelling "DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!"
Member
Oct 15th, 2009, 07:38 PM


Nightbreed!

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