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|Reviewed by: ghosthunter   (Event Visited: 10/06/12 @ 7:30 pm) |
Review Posted: 10/07/12
| Overall Score:|
|Scare Factor: Medium | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: Once we headed down the road, we saw a flashing sign and the lights flashing in the house and knew we had found the location.
Wait Entertainment: We encountered 1 Michael Myers, a rather small Michael Myers. That was the only wait entertainment that we had. Walking up to the concession stand there was one ghoul with his mask off and another standing in line for concessions. This ruin the atmosphere for me a little.
Length of Event: We were in the haunted house for around 21 minutes weaving back and forth between and outside the buildings.
Actor Performance: A couple of the performers were good- the head banging clown and the white rabbit were memorable performances. Also the actor peaking over the fence saying to another actor "why is your flashlight still on?" Remember patrons hear everything in the house. WHat started as a great erie mood quickly lost it's pace after that remark.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: The first part of the huse pace was great but then all of the sudden instead of a group of 4 we were a group of 11. Actors within the house need to control the patron flow.
Appropriate Ages: 10 and up.
Props / Special FX: A great effect used in the house was was the use of cattle shoots. They were dark and some seemed like they narrowed down to a smaller shoot.
Costumes / Make-up: Make-up and costumes were good of what we saw.
Summary: Overall the house did a good job; but actors need to remain in character. The house needed more wait entertainment and more actors in the house helping. If the actors could not be in the other house they should have been in this house helping. Someone directing the cars in the parking lot told us the other haunted house was not open. Please put on the website id the house is not open. You have patrons driving hours and hours to attend these events and getting there and then finding out the house is not open was a waste of a drive.