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Thread: Final Room Ideas to leave guests talking?

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    That's a pretty darn good idea (but I might tweek it a bit for myself)...
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by HauntedDeadEnd View Post
    I like it alot do you have a photo of the room.
    That would be especially effective in your case cuz if the beginning and ending rooms are clear across the park, they are also going to seriously wonder how they came full circle.

    Serious mindfreak!

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    Very true! Especially if the room right after the first one was super scary... then they get through the last room, and, ahhhh sigh of relief, its normal lighting... then in come the chainsaws!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottylmt View Post
    then in come the chainsaws!
    Music to my ears :evil:
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottylmt View Post
    then in come the chainsaws!
    Quote Originally Posted by Haunter View Post
    Music to my ears :evil:
    I need a chainsaw for my character. We need to find a suitable chainsaw substitute that weighs, smells, sounds, and feels like a real chainsaw . . . and that doesn't cost $700 a pop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherMysterio View Post
    I need a chainsaw for my character. We need to find a suitable chainsaw substitute that weighs, smells, sounds, and feels like a real chainsaw . . . and that doesn't cost $700 a pop.

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    So you don't want to use a chainsaw or you can't use one or what?

    Ryan
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haunter View Post
    So you don't want to use a chainsaw or you can't use one or what?

    Ryan
    In the conference room of a corporate headquarters? Not entirely feasible.

    I've been wanting to do a substitute chainsaw, but this isn't the lead time I was hoping for in which to develop it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherMysterio View Post
    In the conference room of a corporate headquarters? Not entirely feasible.


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    Then I would go with an air cannon or an actor using a skill saw.

    I did a body parts shop once and the actor had a skill saw (bladeless of course) and beating a body part like a leg against the counter. (The room they walked into was dark then the actor would turn on a power strip wich had a stobe light on it with the red film 3/4 of the way inserted for better lighting effects. The red brought out the blood while the remaining 1/4 of the light was white providing a more visible light so they could kinda see what's going on. I also had a head attached to a rope on the ceiling that would swing out and clear their heads by about a foot (but looked like it was going to hit them). While they were destracted by all of this and tended to take a step back there was a drop panel right behind them with an actor in it. That entire set sent people running time and again. :mrgreen:

    Ryan
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haunter View Post
    Then I would go with an air cannon or an actor using a skill saw.
    Funnily enough, the skill saw figures into it. This is for an icon character.

    Quote Originally Posted by Haunter View Post
    I did a body parts shop once and the actor had a skill saw (bladeless of course) and beating a body part like a leg against the counter. (The room they walked into was dark then the actor would turn on a power strip which had a strobe light on it with the red film 3/4 of the way inserted for better lighting effects. The red brought out the blood while the remaining 1/4 of the light was white providing a more visible light so they could kinda see what's going on. I also had a head attached to a rope on the ceiling that would swing out and clear their heads by about a foot (but looked like it was going to hit them). While they were distracted by all of this and tended to take a step back there was a drop panel right behind them with an actor in it. That entire set sent people running time and again. :mrgreen:
    That's a good room design, and that might come in hand.
     

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