The 2010 Eyegore Awards Ceremonies and Halloween Horror Nights
by: -RoG-


Tomb Treasures appear to be heavily guarded, so I'll pass.

We hopped on this other tram to check out King Kong 3D, and were treated to about 20 solid minutes of commercials.
Total waste of time. King Kong 3D, I dub thee SPAM TRAM!

The indoor Mummy roller coaster never disappoints. Such a fun ride that I could go on 50 times in a single day.

Aw man, I totally should've asked Christopher Lloyd for some free chicken.

All aboard the Halloween Terror Tram! Meet your conductor, Chucky!

Chucky's Revenge!

Our driver made plenty of wisecracks as she took us down to where all the chaos was about to begin.

Welcome to Chuckyville. Population: Dwindling.

The C-man himself.

Good Guys from the toy factory were everywhere, making sure you had passes and trying to cut you up with chainsaws.


50th anniversary celebration of Psycho at the Bates Motel!

My, my, my Norman... you look pretty good for 50 years old.

We're gonna need a bigger trunk.

Camouflaged zombie fern person, they always manage to get at least a few people to scream.

Mmm.. beefy!

A small funeral area.

Wow, there sure were lots of particles floating in the air... and into my lungs.
*cough* *wheeze*

Thanks for pointing out which way to go, Chucky!

Good Guys sure could use a good car wash.

Ok, yeah, it definitely needs to be washed... inside and out.

The infamous Psycho house glows on the horizon.

No Terror Tram trip is complete without walking past the Psycho house. May it stand for another fifty years and beyond!

What, no marshmallows for us to toast?

Nothing new here, just another cop sleeping on the job.

The dangers of liposuction.

Walking around the hills of Los Angeles, headless in your nightgown, is a good way to get injured. Be more careful, lady!

Crap, I bet this means there's gonna be a long delay on the runway.

Wow, the legroom on this airline is actually much better than most I've flown on before.

Oh, so you're telling me ALL this damage was done by one little doll? Sure, I'll buy that.

Word up, Good Guy!

Loading up the Terror Tram with the latest victims.

I salute you too, sir!

Bloody good times, indeed!

Eh, I guess it's about as safe as wearing a seatbelt.

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

Amicable Herculean
Oct 1st, 2010, 09:53 AM
"They told me it was ee-gor."
"Well they were wrong, weren't they?
Oct 1st, 2010, 10:42 AM
I'd love to hang out with Christopher Lloyd.
Strange blob from beyond
Oct 1st, 2010, 11:34 AM
Next time I go to the orlando one (hopefully next year) I'll take photos to compare!
The stealer of Pies
Oct 1st, 2010, 02:39 PM
the audio is a bit weak, especially when you pull the mic away ;_;

but other than that, it looks like you guys had a fantastic time!
Oct 1st, 2010, 03:59 PM
"That's the worst Christopher Lloyd impersonator over there!" *points to Christopher Lloyd*. LOL
Oct 1st, 2010, 05:26 PM
Great photos this year! I personally liked the Nightmare remake but it doesn't hold a candle to the original. It has some aspects I thought were cool, and some were really lamesauce. I personally give it 2.5/5. Worth watching once.
Member OfThe Pigmask Army
Oct 2nd, 2010, 12:13 AM
"Mr. Skeleton Pilgrim" is obviously part pimp, judging from his flamboyant costume. Not very scary, just plain awesome.
4 Eyes, No Brain.
Oct 6th, 2010, 03:35 PM
Well thank you once more Sir Roger of Barr for providing me with most excellent snapshots of yet another thing to add to my 'to do' list. I thought the make-up on the Friday the 13th victim getting thier face ground on the grinding wheel was pretty damn excellent, and I must say that Re is the smiliest Jason victim I have ever seen, you must be very proud. Fab pics RoG.
Pickled Patriarch
Oct 6th, 2010, 05:06 PM
Heheh yeah, they always hone in on Re during these mazes. I guess she looks so innocent as an easy scare to the actors, so they always end up chasing after her. Pretty damned funny to watch, I gotta admit. Anyway, thanks for the compliments on the pics... glad you guys enjoyed 'em!
Oct 7th, 2010, 09:59 AM
Dang, Rog. I'm going to have to come out to California and hang out with you atone of these special events you're always going to someday.
Remember; I Hate You All
Dec 1st, 2010, 10:39 PM
Late I know... but I was so surprised you didn't recognize Lon Chaney's "Red Death" from the old phantom of the opera movie... That's no simple Skeleton Pilgrim ... that's the Plague Bringer himself! It's the staff that actually gives it away. But I got such a kick out of seeing that photo. Makes me almost sorry I moved cross country.

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