"You are about to discover what lies beyond the fifth dimention... beyond the deepest, darkest corners of the imagination... in the Tower of Terror!"
About this creation
"You unlock this door with the key of imagination, beyond it is another dimension. A dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You've just crossed over into . . . The Twilight Zone."
"Hollywood, 1939. Amidst the glitz and the glitter of a bustling young movie talent at the height of its golden age, the Hollywood Tower Hotel was a star in its own right. A beacon for the show business elite. Now, something is about to happen that will change all that."
"The time is now, on an evening very much like the one we have just witnessed. Tonight's story on The Twilight Zone is somewhat unique and calls for a different kind of introduction. This, as you may recognize, is a maintenance service elevator, still in operation, waiting for you. We invite you, if you dare, to step aboard because in tonight's episode you are the star. And this elevator travels directly to . . . The Twilight Zone."
The Boiler Room
"A warm welcome back to those of you who made it, and a friendly word of warning, something you won't find in any guidebook: the next time you check into a deserted hotel on the dark side of Hollywood, make sure you know just what kind of vacancy you're filling, or you may find yourself a permanent resident . . . of The Twilight Zone."
NOTE: Inspired by Disney's The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror attraction.
I have never seen the show, but this is very atmospheric and generally interesting. But studs are mostly for rough surfaces like grass, tree bark or dirt, definitely not for artificial ones though. Black and white allows you to make a rainbow warrior that looks good, which means a tiled floor wouldn't be hard to make. Since I can't tell you much about what you should make for accuracy, I recommend hidden details and interesting corners or something else that would lighten up the background.
What!?! I stood in line for two hours for this? It's enough to make me pull Walt's frozen head out of storage and use it for a soccer ball! ..... Seriously, this is very well done. Great contrast in the photos, which highlights the quality of the build. This ride is a favorite of mine, so reliving it in Lego is just that much more awesome!
WOW! That is epic! Sweet photography. I have been on that ride and it is a classic. You totally did it justice. Everything looks so real! You took me right back to the Twilight Zone - I'm almost getting that knot in my stomach like you get after the first drop on the ride. 5 star work!