|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: I knew that it was on the corner of Devon and Wooddale Rd. and it was still kinda hard to see from the intersection but the GPS knew right where it was
Wait Entertainment: Wait entertainment was pretty cool. They have food and stuff set up with a couple rides. They had about 4-5 actors outside doing all kinds of stuff that went from funny to just scary. We were only in line for maybe 20 minutes.
Length of Event: We got a little lost in the dark maze so my group might have taken longer than most, but an average group could probably get through it in 30 min.
Actor Performance: The actors were great. They were kind of all over the place. There were the usual "big scary" guys that got us( a few times in the maze) but there were a few actual actors that interacted with us in a couple rooms which was pretty cool.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: We didn't bump into any other groups but I could hear some other groups in the dark maze (it was kinda hard not to hear them when they are screaming that loud)
Appropriate Ages: I would say 12+
Props / Special FX: There weren't too many props but there was a lot of detail in most of the rooms. There were some cool effects in the house, slamming walls, stuffing moving on its own, air guns, and this huge monster thing in the cemetery( I'll let you find it out on your own)
Costumes / Make-up: I was really happy in this department. All the characters seemed to have the perfect costume for whatever room they were in. Make-up looked different for each guy we saw. The maze monsters could've had some more on but it was pretty warm when we were there.
Summary: This was a really good house. My group went to 4 houses last year in the area but missed this one. It was scarier than l thought it would be. Even if you don't scare easy, they still have fun with you. I thought it was cool how they let you walk around the festival and call you when its your turn to get in line. I won't miss this one next year,