Howl-O-Scream 2012: The Full Review
Previous Fall 2012 Pass Member Appreciation Announcement Event
Well, Howl-O-Scream starts tomorrow (Friday the 14th) and, well, what better way to get people excited than to post the final Howl-O-Scream update? Anyway, Ireland, Rhinefield, Night Beats, Festa, and England are really the highlights of today’s update as they had the most work done since our last update. If you missed the last update (which can be found here), you should probably take a look at it. This update, along with the last one, should give you a very nice, complete look at what the park has done to prepare for the event. Now, on to the pictures!
As expected, crows have returned to England once again. By the way, make sure you pay attention to the photo captions. They tend to (occasionally) hold useful information.
Still a ton of pumpkins. Only pumpkins.
Ireland’s Frankenstein theme seems to be coming together nicely. Tons of pictures in this one. Also, nothing on Thirteen because absolutely nothing has changed on the outside.
While we can’t see inside, here’s a shot of the new entrance that they’ve built, the notice about its content, and a shot to show how great the Abbeystone looks.
Not sure how everything will be setup with this one, but it has a fancy sign.
As has been rumored for a while now, ghosts have shown up in the Wild Reserve. I have to say, they look pretty good here.
Rats and skeletons are back once again. Catacombs didn’t have any changes so there’s no pictures to be seen.
Vampires. Lots of vampires. Also, I spy Edward. Yes, he sparkles.
Root of All Evil
Just one shot and yes, it’s really blurry. As I’ve said before, there’s a reason you’ve hardly seen any pictures of this house: It’s near impossible to get pictures of. Hopefully it’s good enough to see all the progress they’ve made since last week.
Really nothing to be seen in the way of hamlet theming and I didn’t see any changes to Bitten so we’re left with Night Beats, Open Casket, and Howl-O-Scream shop pictures.
The preview of Night Beats they showed at the announcement on Saturday was surprisingly good. I have high hopes for this show.
Not much has changed here since last time but it does have a fancy new sign.
Nothing has changed inside yet, but decorations are up outside.
Nothing is visible from Deadline and there wasn’t any set work to be seen at Dig it Up so we just have a few pictures to show of the Lady of the Gardens who has been setup in Da Vinci’s Garden of Inventions.
Clowns have begun to appear throughout Festa. As far as Fear Fair goes, nothing new was really visible.