|6 out of 17 people thought this review was helpful.|
|Reviewed by: Jashuh   (Event Visited: 10/10/09 @ 8:00 pm) |
Review Posted: 10/26/09
| Overall Score:|
|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: Located in the middle of nowhere, this works here. However; markers would be nice, others had trouble finding this.
Wait Entertainment: Old guy wondering around, over padded in security. Could use some type of concession stand at the beginning - they have end concessions. Good wait line throughout a dark glooming surroundings with old telegraph poles all around you.
Length of Event: 20 minutes
Actor Performance: Actors did a great job here, I liked the old man which gets things started by leaving you off at the gate.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: People move through the attraction very well, we had no bottle ups.
Appropriate Ages: 8+. Younger people might enjoy this also, little in your face scares.
Props / Special FX: Lots of props here to look at (same stuff as last several years) and some "light" effects - could use much more. This haunt is based on its surroundings and location with the idea of building suspense. They should add much more detail to the dark trail through the woods, more monsters.
Costumes / Make-up: Wardrobe was great and the make-up was very good.
Summary: This is a very enjoyable family managed haunted attraction that does a pretty good job. This haunted however is based on it's remote location in the middle of nowhere. I think the trail could use help, more monsters. The new lighted trail was a nice touch, needed a dimmer light. The final haunted house was nice and everything worked like it should have. Overall, I liked this attraction however the past years $10.00 was right, the new $13.00 is too much for the event. For that much the atraction should have more effects and things popping. Hope next year we get back to a normal $10.00 price and more bang-for-a-buck.