|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: Not the most obvious entrance at night, but we managed to find it without much trouble.
Wait Entertainment: The wait entertainment was excellent. About 5 actors outside terrorizing patrons, along with several in the inside wait area. There were lots of decorations/props etc. to set the mood while waiting as well. There were some carnival type games outside, and TV screens showing movies inside. Overall, quite a bit to keep you from getting bored while you wait.
Length of Event: It seemed pretty lengthy, maybe 20 minutes for the house and 5 minutes for the Internal Nightmare.
Actor Performance: Most of the actors were pretty good, staying in character most of the time and having good timing on the scares.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: The flow was good, and we didn't have a problem running into others.
Appropriate Ages: I brought my 10-year-old daughter, and it seemed ok for her. I wouldn't bring anyone much younger, and they recommended 12 and over at the ticket booth.
Props / Special FX: They had a lot of solid props and effects, which were well placed, including a number of animatronics which popped out very close to you, as well as some good ones in the "Exorcist" room. The spinning vortex was very effective. Buried Alive was also a great effect.
Costumes / Make-up: There was a nice mix of make-up and masks, and the costumes seemed appropriate and well done.
Summary: Overall, I thought it was a very good haunt. It lasted a good length of time and had plenty of actors, effects, and animatronics. The wait entertainment was abundant, and I must specifically mention the tall monster in the wait area who really got a good scare on dozens of patrons. I really liked the vortex, Buried Alive, and the Exorcist. There were lots of well-timed scares, too. I would definitely go again next year.