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|Reviewed by: DGoulie   (Event Visited: 10/09/10 @ 8:30 pm) |
Review Posted: 10/10/10
| Overall Score:|
|Scare Factor: Medium | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: This haunt was fairly easy to locate. We did not catch it right away but there is a stop light at the entrance to the strip mall and we saw it as we stopped.
Wait Entertainment: Initially, there were only security but as we got farther in the line a couple of ghoulish clowns appeared to torment the teenage girls in line. Kinda funny.
Length of Event: It took us about 20 minutes to get through. They have a lot of space at this haunt.
Actor Performance: The actors were young, for the most part but this is to be expected at these volunteer type attractions. A lot of shrill screaming and banging on walls but, unfortunately, no great scares.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: We wound up catching 2 groups in front of us near the maze. The actors were trying to make it enjoyable for the people walking around in circles but it went on a little too long and backed us up into the hallway with 2 more groups catching up to us as well.
Appropriate Ages: This attraction is definitely good for all ages. Nothing too scary or dark for the kiddos in the group.
Props / Special FX: Overall, a fairly poor use of the massive amount of space they have here. The "dark" passages weren't very dark and there was little use of special lighting (ie strobes) to add to the experience. The props were just okay.
Costumes / Make-up: As I stated, there were mostly young actors at this attraction so I can't say that we saw anything too original.
Summary: This haunt is good for a family with younger kids in tow. Our 13yr old got a good laugh out of the whole thing. The price is cheaper than others so the value is there. We got a good chuckle out of it but not many scares.