|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: Easy to find if you just follow the signs from Rt. 47.
Wait Entertainment: An "old guy", clown and zombie. The zombie didn't really do anything except stand there but the other two were entertaining to watch even if they weren't scary.
Length of Event: ~15 minutes.
Actor Performance: Good. Most of the actors were into their roles and got up into your face or tried to block you from going forward, which I like. Nothing worse than a monster who just stands there, in my opinion.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: Great! They've got an intersting little "holding area" trick they do at the beginning of the haunt that basically ensures that every group will feel like they've got the haunt to themselves.
Appropriate Ages: I would say 10+. It's not a gory or "extreme" haunt so no need to worry about that.
Props / Special FX: OK. Most of the props I recognized from, say, the Spirit Halloween store but they do a good job of incorporating them into creepy scenes. They make liberal use of the hot glue gun spiderwebs which gives a nice "decrepit" feel to many of the scenes.
Costumes / Make-up: OK. Most of the monsters are simply folks wearing a mask and a black robe.
Summary: My friends and I came down from Chicago for this haunt and felt it was worth it, especially for only $6.
I like how most of the haunt is spent walking through small, pitch black hallways. In my opinion, not being able to see what might be lurking in the haunt is much scarier than having a brighter haunt where you can see everything but the actors aren't really into it.
In short I found the Dungeon of Terror to be creepier than other more expensive and better themed haunts I've been to.