You can see our live-stream of the panel below, as well as our full breakdown of the HHN Panel here.
Happy Friday Everybody! Hope you're all ready for a fun Halloween Weekend! In today's update we're going to share with you a brand new event in Southern California that you all should be buying tickets for right now. Seriously, stop reading this, click this link, buy your tickets.
Written by Gregg Condon
If you follow this site you know we cover a lot of Halloween stuff. Like a LOT. And generally events fall into a few different categories.
- Events that are about what we expect every year
- Events that we don't really know a lot about but blow us away
- Events that are not as good as we hoped they'd be (fortunately not any of those this year)
And finally, there is the rarest of all. An event that we have super high expectations for and that event ends up exceeding those expectations. Such is the case with the all new Cemetery Lane.
If you read our site you know we don't hold punches for good or bad. And if we really recommend an event, you know you're going to love it. We pride ourselves on that.
So again, stop reading this, click this link, buy your tickets for this weekend.
Now let's head into Cemetery Lane!
This past weekend we made the drive out to Chino, CA to check out a couple of Halloween events that had received really great word of mouth. Normally we wouldn't make the drive out this far but since we were already in OC, and a lot of the smaller haunts there don't start until this weekend, we figured we'd head inland a bit.
And we are sure glad we did! They were both fantastic and worth the visit.
Fear in 3D
Our first stop was Fear in 3D in Chino Hills. This was our first stop because it began at 5:00pm and would give us a great head-start on our night of Halloween fun.
We had a blast at Fear in 3D.
For more information on this event, check out their website here.
Our second event on Saturday was just a mile or two from Fear in 3D and was Dark Harvest at Frosty's Forest. This was a full-fledged Halloween fun fair with rides, multiple corn mazes, photo ops, food and much more!
We arrived a bit early since Dark Harvest didn't begin until 7:00, so we had some time to explore!
Our video of Dark Harvest. I cut out a bit of the darker spots in the corn maze, but not too many. You can use your phone flashlight in the maze, but we opted not to. We wanted the full effect!
And I will say, the talent got me twice in here. Which is VERY rare considering how many Halloween events we do every year. But thank you to the ones who did. I always like to get it good at least once a season. =)
If you're going to experience Dark Harvest, we HIGHLY SUGGEST getting there right at 7:00pm. Meaning, you're in line for Dark Harvest no later than 7:00pm. When we left about 7:45pm or so, the line for Dark Harvest and at the entrance to the Pumpkin patch was huge.
We had such a great time at Dark Harvest. The corn maze was spectacular, each scene was unique and fun and the talent was amazing.
All 13th Floor Entertainment Boo At The Zoo Candlelight Tour Cemetery Lane Chill Dark Harbor Dark Harvest Dark Horizon Orlando Delusion EA Evil Twin Studios Explore More Tour Fear In 3D From The Mind Of The Editor Ghost Train Give Kids The World Griffith Park Halloween Horror Made Here Kingdom Hearts LA Haunted Hayride Las Vegas LA Zoo Legacy Of Arrow Mandalay Bay Map Monday MGM Life MGM Resorts International Midsummer Scream Motel 6 Feet Under National Parks Night Of A Million Lights Nights Of The Jack Nintendo Plague Productions Queen Mary Reign Of Terror Rise Of The Jack O' Lanterns Roaring Nights Ronald Reagan Library Scream N Stream Shaqtober Sinister Pointe Sir Henry's Haunted Trail Skyslide Skyspace LA Star Wars Star Wars Battlefront Star Wars Celebration The 17th Door The Getty Ventura County Fear Grounds Video Games Walt Disney Family Museum WB Studio Tour Winchester Mystery House WonderCon Yosemite National Park Zombie Joes Zoo Lights