|Scare Factor: Low | Atmosphere: Poor|
Visibility/Location: I found it easily with my GPS. I knew I was there by the big HAUNTED HOUSE written on the side of the building,and the big white lights.
Wait Entertainment: There was absolutly nothing going on outside. No wait, No crowd, No Actors. The indoor waiting area was semi decorated. But very quiet except for whoever was talking around me.
Length of Event: Less than 10 min
Actor Performance: The Actors were there but seemed tired and not very motivated. Seemed as if they didn't have much to work with, but I know this is not the actors fault so therefor they did OK. Actors in the mental ward were the best if I had to pick.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: We didnt see anyone else. There was no one before us or behind us. Not much of a crowd visiting, I must not have gotten the memo.
Appropriate Ages: Bring the kids!
Props / Special FX: Nothing more than a collection of strobe lights and blacklights. Rooms seemed very empty, no sound even. It was very quiet except for the loud rock music they were playing for the "finale".
Costumes / Make-up: There were a few actors not even wearing makeup! It all seemed less than mediocre.
Summary: The radio ad on Q101 is what drew me to this house. I was excited to hear of a new haunted house in the area. I soon found out that it had been here last year but did not know that. I am a huge haunted house fan so I thought i'd start writing reviews to help the public on which haunted houses are a must or must NOT. This is one everyone should know about. It is by far, the laziest haunt I have ever experienced. I recognize the effort in construction, but there was nothing for detail or atmosphere. The waiting room was a start and the front house facade was good. It seemed after that point the wheels fell off. Plenty of black walls with random scattered props thruout but nothing to complete what a room should be. The Life of a serial killer started in a house and ended in a strobe maze? I dont think I saw anything animated anywhere while inside. The price of $14, even with a $1 off coupon, was by far too high. It just fell very short for me. Better luck next year guys.