Capt. Barnacles wrote:For something that is very clearly a work in progress, I think it looks fine.
ThemeCrafter264 wrote:I'm not too sure the original source of he photo (I originally saw it on discord). My issue is it looks depressing and it just seems like the park forgot they already had a horror coaster. The Instagram picture summed the entire project. It was blood as words, which has been done so many times before.
Judging by the pictures of the unload bay, i know it might be promotional, but the zombie on the side of the unload bay, could it possibly scare you before you leave the ride?
Danny wrote:If that’s the case, that’s pretty poor marketing on Thorpe’s behalf. Their social media campaign says:
“Reckon you have what it takes to take on #TheWalkingDead Immerse yourself in The Walking Dead: The
Ride only at THORPE PARK from Easter.”
Easter 2018 is Sunday 1st April, so if it’ll be opening a month later that’s pretty incredibly misleading.
bendaboss wrote:C'mon guys, is there nothing left to speculate? Lets talk!
The only thing i have as a conversation starter is, it would be cool ift he zombies scared you in the unload bay or chase you out of the exit, that might be possible due to the bottom left of this picture https://www.instagram.com/p/BfbN1VEBMdq/?hl=en&taken-by=thorpeparkofficial
Also do you think the ride will have an age restriction?
ScareTOUR wrote:Guys - I think you're all gonna be a bit surprised by this when it opens. I was part of the event with Jordan and there are some really fun elements to this ride, before, during and after the main ride experience. And it's not just a quick retheme and a splash of gloomy paint - the attraction tells a full story from beginning to end. Just remember - we're not in Atlanta anymore....