The line up is very interesting. My personal thoughts of the new attractions are as follows:
The Big Top Showtime - We've gone from stand out scare maze to what I can only assume will be a show followed by the clowns running about in the dome. Not sure how I feel about this as its such a drastic change but it might be one that pays off,
Vulcan Peak - I feel that this is Thorpe trying to do two things. I feel they are trying to find a use for IAC when its stood closed, and I also feel that this is them trying to do TP's version on The Welcoming. It feels like a copy. Also, hooded mazes I've never found good. Its by far the weakest part of The Welcoming so I worry it will have the same affect on this, but i'm very excited to see what they do with this. (This is assuming that this will be in the IAC building of course)
Horror at Amity High - Vampires aren't new, but I think out of all of them, this is one i'm most excited to see. Its nice that that side of the park is finally getting in on the FN action.
Screamplexx - An excuse for a sit down and to watch some horror films. I think this may be the black sheep of the event and i think it could surprise people, but i'm not holding hope as they have tried this before with Saw Bites. Could work, might not.
The Walking Dead Do or Die - Sanctum but with a new face. Thats what I get from the description on the website. its an outdoors maze with a similar theme to Sanctum. Sorry, but not looking forward to that one.
I do feel there is more still to be announced given the leafs are covering them. I'm hoping that one will explain the container marks on the old Big Top space that seem to have gone unannounced. Unless Vulcan Peak goes in containers
It also looks like this years event will be sponsored by Kiss