|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: Followed the directions that were given on the house's website and found it very easy.
Wait Entertainment: They did not have any characters going through the line. However, I did find the trivia on one of the television's interesting. Also, the live action camera they were showing from one of the rooms entertaining.
Length of Event: 10-15 minutes depending on how long it takes to get through the black maze.
Actor Performance: Some of the actors did a better job with the surprise/scare factor than others. There were some characters that I could see as I entered the room peeking out form his/her hiding place. Also, after the initial scare, they did help in pointing us in the right direction.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: Pretty good. . . we did meet another group in the black maze at the start of the attraction.
Appropriate Ages: Not for little kids. I would say 10 and up at least.
Props / Special FX: The car horn and car light room made me jump even though I knew it was in there. Some more strobe lights especially in the clown room.
Costumes / Make-up: Store bought costumes/masks along with make-up.
Summary: A person needs to get there early. We got there shortly after opening (7p.m.) and were in line for an hour and a half. It was well worth the wait and the price. It may have been a little underpriced. I also thought that as the busier it got the person at the entry point could have done better alternating those who purchased General Admission passes with those who bought the R.I.P (Rush-In Pass).