|Scare Factor: Very Low | Atmosphere: Poor|
Visibility/Location: It was very hard to locate the place because there are no signs posted and even with Mapquest, it was still quite difficult.
Wait Entertainment: There was no wait entertainment. The line was very short. Maybe it was a slow night for them?
Length of Event: lasted maybe a 1/2 hour. It went by very quickly.
Actor Performance: The actor performance was quite poor. Neither myself nor my girlfriend jumped. The actors didn't stay in character the entire time and the timing of their scares was way off target. The actors didn't seem too enthusiastic about doing their roles tonight
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: The patron flow was very good. This was because it was pretty slow when we got there.
Appropriate Ages: Appropriate for any age. If it didn't scare my gf that gets scared easily, it should be ok for ages above 12.
Props / Special FX: The best prop was the Dimentia Room's vortex where with the 3D glasses they gave us the room was spinning and was pretty cool.
Costumes / Make-up: Most of the actors had make up on and one had a mask. The make up and costumes looked pretty well done.
Summary: The cost of admission to see all four of the Eleventh Hour's exhibits is quite steep. The time spent there was only about a 1/2 hour and the scare factor was quite low. There was also roughly about 6 actors working tonight. What would've made this place better is if there were actors going through all four of the exhibits. Instead the majority of the actors were in the main Eleventh Hour portion and there was only one actor in the Pitch Black room and 0 actors in the Third Dementia and 0 in the Chain Reaction. The Chain Reaction was the worse part of the whole place and after a while I grew bored of trying to navigate my way out. I feel as if I had no bang for my buck and left feeling as if it wasn't worth the cost of admission plus the amount of gas used to get there.