|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: Easy to find. Visible from North Ave. Bright lights and two "wacky wild flailing arm inflatable tube men" make it a sinch to stop.
Wait Entertainment: There were several actors lurking outside working the line. The leaping stilted demon was absolutely SICK! Awesome costumes. There was a creepy dude with his face wrapped in barb wire and the bloody wheelchair guy was back from previous years. He's going to get run over one of these days... I hope I'm there to see it.
Length of Event: 14 min
Actor Performance: A definate improvement from last year. Kudos to whomever is responsible for that. Actors were enthusiastic, submursed in their rolls and worked thier rooms well. Great Job!
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: Flow was good. I never ran into another group.
Appropriate Ages: There are some pretty graphic scenes, i.e. the butcher shop and the alley, but I think 15+ would be appropriate.
Props / Special FX: Outstanding! This is, in my opinion, one of the best haunts I've been to and I've been to haunts all over the country. Rank these guys right up there with Netherworld and The Darkness. Every scene was stuffed with eyecandy... lots to see. Plenty of animated and still props alike.
Costumes / Make-up: Again, outstanding! Every costume and makeup job was scene appropriate and executed with perfection! You can tell that their costume/makeup people love what they do.
Summary: Once again, Dream Reapers has left me reeling for more. This is their best house in years. Although I did miss the hilbilly house, their new scenes deliver the goods. No skimping on effort or talent here, these guys have earned their vanity. Great Haunt!