Posted Saturday, September 20, 2008 2:37 PM | Contributed by Jeff
PointBuzz presents the first of several video segments that take you backstage in the scary world of Cedar Point's Halloweekends. This first segment features a look at Club Blood, the new haunted house that replaces the Toxic Tunnel of Terror.
That's actually a really great video segment on Club Blood. Well done. :)
It'd be better with a harmonized intro from the pimp. ;)
That looks pretty cool. Correct me if I'm wrong but is that the same location of Lair of the Vampire from a few years back?
So, is the spinning tunnel still there? I always thought it was the best one at CP because it was a minimalist approach.
Although Ill be a bit disappointed if its gone, it still looks like a huge step up from Lair of the Vampire.
You wouldn't likely go through a spinning tunnel in and around a night club, so it wouldn't fit the theme. :)
^You can if you happen to drink too much, or in this case lose too much blood ;). You can make spinning tunnels fit anywhere.
If you are a spinning tunnel fan, check out the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk where there are 3 permanent attractions that feature a spinning tunnel. Overused a bit? ;-)
The other haunted house in CP has both a spinning tunnel and a room where it also messes with your balance, the U.R. DADE house by maverick.
Kings Island also has a haunted house that's open during our Halloween Haunt named Club Blood. If the two are related, it's a vampire themed club scene. Rather provacative and inappropriate for young children.
Universal had a vampire night club at Halloween Horror Nights last year. Before moving to Florida I would attend Halloweekends every year (and thought it was good), but it can't compare to Universal's event.
Well if you watched the first minute of the video you'd know that it was inspired by the Kings Island haunted house.
It's hard to imagine that a haunted house named "Club Blood" wouldn't be appropriate for young children. For shame.
I'm not saying I am or will but.....Besides being "Not recommended for Children" would I get turned away if I took my child with me thru this attraction? :) Just asking...
How old is your child?
Mark Small said:
How old is your child?
Four (almost Five)
Once again, I AM NOT taking her thru this attraction. I am just asking if CP would stop her from entering?
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