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Not to be confused with [[Ride/Doomsday2008 the identically-named haunted house from 2008]], which was based on the actual movie ''Film/{{Doomsday}}''.

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Not to be confused with [[Ride/Doomsday2008 the identically-named haunted house from 2008]], 2008, which was based on the actual movie ''Film/{{Doomsday}}''.



* SinisterSubway: As mentioned above, this house took place in the New York subway.

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* SinisterSubway: As mentioned above, this house took place in the New York subway.subway.

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-> ''Go on a journey through the warped underground of New York City as the impending arrival of the Millennium brings out the worst in the city that never sleeps.''

''Doomsday'' was a haunted house from Ride/UniversalStudios' ''Theatre/HalloweenHorrorNights'' 1999, located in the ''[[Ride/EarthquakeTheBigOne Earthquake]]'' queue along with ''Ride/TheMummy''. [[http://forums.insideuniversal.net/threads/least-favorite-hhn-houses.10055/page-4#post-613760 According to a cast member]], it was originally meant to be based on the movie ''Film/EndOfDays'' before the license was pulled. The story was that a large number of people had fled into the New York subway to hide for the turn of the millennium, with the worst and strongest attacking anyone passing through to defend their territory.

At one point guests walked through a subway with scattered blood splatters and zombie scareactors reaching for them through the windows. There was also a "sanctuary" with a heavily-bleeding woman tied to a pole and robed scareactors in pews.

Not to be confused with [[Ride/Doomsday2008 the identically-named haunted house from 2008]], which was based on the actual movie ''Film/{{Doomsday}}''.
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!!Tropes included:

* BloodyHorror: The blood-splattered subway and the woman in the sanctuary.
* MillenniumBug: Avoiding this was the reason the scum of New York were hiding out in the subway.
* OneWordTitle
* ReligiousHorror: Not the whole house, but the church-like sanctuary dipped into this trope.
* SinisterSubway: As mentioned above, this house took place in the New York subway.

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