|Scare Factor: Very High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: Look for the tiki torches on the sign and lining the road. It's pretty easy to see!
Wait Entertainment: The redhead with the doll is freaky! There was the lady in a long black cloak with a really scary laugh... Binki needs help, someone please help that poor guy!! There are interesting displays in the waiting room and the "commercials" that interrupt the movie are pretty funny. There were a lot of people there so I got to see a few of them.
Length of Event: Don't ask any of the staff, you won't get a straight answer. It took me almost 20 minutes, but the rest of my group got lost. It took them about 25 minutes.
Actor Performance: The chick with the needle was super freaky!!! The guy that crabwalks backwards and sniffs is creepy. He gets way into your personal space without touching you and doesn't back off. He made my skin crawl!!!! The little girl was unexpected. She came out of nowhere and scared the bejeesus out of me! I like the hunchbacked doctor too. He was good! Overall, I'd say the actors are pretty good and you can tell that they are having fun.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: We had to wait so they could escort a woman out who was crying and scared. Other than that, we never really ran into anyone.
Appropriate Ages: 12 and up
Props / Special FX: The spinning room was very disorienting. I kept leaning way over. I felt like I was falling the whole time.
Costumes / Make-up: Some of the makeup was really well done, and some people were just black. A few had masks. The costumes and makeup of the nurses and doctors by the needle room were amazing. The identical doctors had to have been twins. That was eerie!
Summary: This place is well worth the money and wait! The building is scary by itself! The actors made the experience a very frightening one! I never knew where the next scare was coming from especially when the people in all black would jump out of dark places. I'll go back on Halloween for sure!!! Keep up the good work guys... you did an "awesome" job (as Binki would say)!