|Scare Factor: Very High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: We did drive past it once, they should add that its connected to the Sears parking lot on their website. Plenty of parking.
Wait Entertainment: There was no wait outside but we did hang around to watch the chainsaw guy terrorize people. He was excellent. Not Psychosis' fault, but the loud obnoxious teenagers next to us in the indoor line negated any possible spooky feelings set by the scene.
Length of Event: 15 or 20 minutes
Actor Performance: Incredible. Everyone did a great job of staying in character. My favorite was the younger kid in the bed, he seemed so genuinely pissed and psychotic.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: Awesome, we never ran into any other groups.
Appropriate Ages: 12+
Props / Special FX: My favorite part of the whole haunt were the props. They were all so very very twisted! They had all kinds of original ideas, creepy prosthetic limbs, melty old record players, and just plain weird creepy old stuff. It really set a great scene. They also have some great surprises effects that will make you jump and scream...but I don't want to give too much away.
Costumes / Make-up: Excellent.
Summary: My friends and I visited several haunts in the area, this was our unanimous favorite.
Bonus: if you bring in a can of cat or dog food to donate to a local animal rescue you get a discount. They are also donating a portion of their profits to the rescue!