|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: Haunted House was very easy to locate off of RT53, and included ample parking areas.
Wait Entertainment: The entrance offered indoor waiting and a DJ. The DJ was a good touch, but was a little dissapointed that he only played dance music and not more Halloween themed music (for example music by Rob Zombie usually played at haunted houses) to help get the waiting crowd more into the mood for the haunted house. The dance music tended to take a way from the haunted theme fun to me, but the DJ was a good touch to keep the waiting line area entertained.
Length of Event: Length of time through the Haunted House area was about 30 minutes.
Actor Performance: The actors do a great job at blending into the room decorations and popping out.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: The house scare characters did a good job in managing groups through the house maze. Only one time did we run into a young group that was following behind us, but they seemed to be going through a little too fast so we let them go ahead of us.
Appropriate Ages: Believe this haunted house would be appropriate for 14 and Up. There are some prop rooms that might be a little too scarey for those under 14 I think.
Props / Special FX: The house had an electrocution prop that was really cool, and an electrical fence prop that was different and scarey.
Costumes / Make-up: Thought the characters costumes and make-up in each area of the haunted house maze did a fanastic job with blending in with the props in the room. So much so, got quite a few scares from not being able to tell a character from a prop.
Summary: This haunted house offers a variety of props through their haunted maze to scare and entertain you. Thought the White Room was different and very cool. We liked this haunted house so much we went through twice, once with friends and again with our nieces, who screamed up a storm. Think everyone will find something they will like at this haunt.