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Re: Fright Nights

Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:23 pm

As much as I adore the BIA experience, I don't think it will make a return in the foreseeable future. But I guess we can safely assume that both Saw Alive and The Walking Dead Living Nightmare will be returning for FN, given they are opening during the year. I would, however, be sad if TP decide to use the half term opening of Saw Alive as a last chance to play before the maze closes for good as it will be 8 this year. 

Also thinking about it, If Saw Alive survives this year and returns next year, it will take the crown from The Asylum as TP's longest serving maze
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Re: Fright Nights

Sun Mar 25, 2018 8:51 pm

As detailed on SouthParks News, Thorpe Park have been nominated in this years SCAR awards, with The Walking Dead:Living Nightmare being nominated for ‘Best Set, Costume and Make-Up’
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Re: Fright Nights

Sat Jul 21, 2018 2:07 pm

It looks to me that Thorpe Park have just quietly confirmed five of this years mazes. Throughout the school holidays they will be giving out a limited number of different pop-badges on different days. These pop-badges include the Fright Nights 2018 pop-badge, along with ones for: Walking Dead: Living Nightmare, Platform 15, The Big Top, Walking Dead: Sanctum and Saw: Alive.

Each Sunday they will release a pop-badge for a different maze, with the final day containing a mystery pop-badge on Sunday 2nd September. My guess is that an unannounced maze will be revealed around that time. 

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Re: Fright Nights

Sat Jul 21, 2018 3:38 pm

Quite possibly. Let's hope for another maze!
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Re: Fright Nights

Sun Jul 22, 2018 6:38 pm

Even with a new maze, the WD mazes really need attention because last October they simply weren’t up to standard. The scenery was fantastic and some of the best themed mazes in the UK, so visually stimulating but scare-wise very little and felt more like a WD experience or walk through than a scare maze.

Sadly I’d like to say it’s because it’s an IP but Cabin and MBV were done fantastically so it’s possible.
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Re: Fright Nights

Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:10 am

I can't wait for the confirmation of mazes this year at Fright Nights, always a good atmosphere, we're not going at the weekend which is a change from the last few years, but think the weekends have been bringing trouble, last year the atmosphere changed to being tense but not in a good way after dark, so much so we left early!

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