|Scare Factor: Medium | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: It was no problem getting there. There is a sign on Lake Street telling you when to turn, so that was helpful. It's in the huge park, you can't miss it.
Wait Entertainment: The wait wasn't too bad, but I would expect it to get longer as Halloween nears. There wasn't any wait entertainment when we went.
Length of Event: We were in there for about 15-20 minutes. It seems like a good length because it wasn't very scary.
Actor Performance: Great acting. Very good characters. They all played their parts very well.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: This was no problem. They wait a while between sending small groups in. We never ran into or even heard any other groups.
Appropriate Ages: It's probably fine for any age, their were some rather young children in line with us. But just to be safe I'd say 10 years and older.
Props / Special FX: Very cool props. They had an amazing kitchen scene. The props and set up were the highlight for me.
Costumes / Make-up: They obviously took a lot of time with their make-up. It looked very professional. This one clown was probably the creepiest costume I've seen in a long time.
Summary: It over-all wasn't very scary. The actors mainly pop out and get a scream and then follow you around. I thought the scenes and the maze were very original. The price ISN'T $15. It is $17, but only $15 if you have a coupon. I thought this was a little bit over-priced, but I still had a great time at Eleventh Hour.