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|Reviewed by: BiffyP   (Event Visited: 10/23/10 @ 8:30 pm) |
Review Posted: 10/24/10
| Overall Score:|
|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: I live in the area, so I knew exactly where it was located. But, for anyone else, it would be easy to pass it and not know you have missed as the signage is hard to see at night.
Wait Entertainment: There were a couple of actors that would go through the line and entrance and scare people. There we also screens showing horror clips. Also, the main line is inside of the attraction, so you can hear the screams of the people inside.
Length of Event: The actual attraction took about 10 minutes to walk through, and felt a little short.
Actor Performance: Save for the one or two actors, most maintained their roles and were very reactive to us, and often did not repeat the same exact things they were saying to other groups.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: They did a good job of metering the flow. They had several staging areas in the beginning that helped to ensure proper spacing. We only ran into another group at the very end when we were not quite sure where the exit was.
Props / Special FX: What props and special effects they had were good, but nothing overly remarkable.
Costumes / Make-up: The costumes and makeup were good, and added to the characters.
Summary: Overall, it was a good haunted attraction. Some of the scenes definitely caught me off guard and did not follow the same formulaic order and design that a lot of haunted houses have. I especially enjoyed how the structured the start of the attraction so that you would most likely not run into other groups, and also the "attention" that comes with it. For the length it was a little expensive. It could have been another 5 minutes longer, especially to compensate for the wait time. But overall it was definitely well-run and provided a good time.