|Scare Factor: Very High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: Very easy to find on the corner of 2 main streets. Looking at the exterior, you would never imagine how much is in store for you beyond those walls
Wait Entertainment: The monsters and ghouls that kept you company while waiting in line were nothing less than their exterior! If they were human you couldn't tell because they never broke character and their appearances were dead-on. The line is all outside the attraction. The building, monsters and decor are all eye candy.
Length of Event: great length for the amount spent. I don't remember how long it took to go through but I was very happy with the experience
Actor Performance: impeccable! There were a few smaller monsters that were just as effective as the larger ones. Never saw one break character and all were on cue
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: There was so much to absorb in the haunt; props, characters, sets etc that I probably took a little longer than most normal people would so the group behind us caught up to us. But at a normal rate this probably wouldn't have happened
Appropriate Ages: This attraction might be a little too scary for the little ones
Props / Special FX: I hope I can convey how impressed I was with the set up. All of the hallways had some kind of props, even in the pitch black mazes there was hair stuck to the walls! ewww! Each of the scenes seemed to have stories to them and be complete with their ideas. I especially liked the pitch black hallways with people calling for help and characters within. . .
Costumes / Make-up: They all looked fantastic. It is apparent that the volunteers really love this hobby
Summary: This is the only central Illinois Haunt I have had time to attend this year and I believe I chose wisely! The cover was $6 and worth every penny. I can honestly say there was nothing I didn't like. My friend who is also the creator of the LIVING DEAD DOLLS (because he is scared of children) said the Ring room was "the scariest haunted house set" he had seen in a haunt. Thanks to Robert Allen and company for bringing fliers into Champaign so I could make the wise choice to visit!