|Scare Factor: Very High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: It took a minute to find it, but once you go down the right street, it is impossible to miss it. It is most likely because I am new to the area haha.
Wait Entertainment: The theatrics were great and you can tell the actors were passionate about this place. Everybody was in character and the makeup/costumes were extremely impressive.
Length of Event: It took me about an hour (give or take) to get through the whole event. It was packed with action from the time I even went to buy my ticket to the time I left. You don't get a break.
Actor Performance: Once again, the actors are obviously passionate about their jobs. I have been to so many haunted attractions that you can tell that the actors just want out. I was genuinely convinced by about 90% of the actors. Especially the Saw-type room.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: We didn't run into any other groups, and we did the typical hug each other and baby step through the whole thing. It was kind of weird since so many people went in at once through the area with the six doors.
Appropriate Ages: Well, I wouldn't take your small small children to it, but that's a given. This haunted house means business, and doesn't limit the gore or scares haha.
Props / Special FX: Awesome. The rooms were all extremely believable. I particularly liked the cabin/backwoods feel room and the Saw room. I seriously felt like I walked straight into a Saw movie with the guy crying for help and us forced to try to help him. I won't spoil the rest of that :)
Costumes / Make-up: The make-up all looked soooo real!! The Santa was just missing a beard (yes, X-mas is part of this haunt). There was loads of gore and the costume/masks were all appropriate and convincing.
Summary: This was the 2nd haunt I went to this year, but it was good enough that I felt I had to review it on here. I want to go back and experience it a couple of more times before the season is up. I have been telling everyone on the Navy base about it!