|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: The Dungeon of Doom was very easy to find. Upon approaching the area I could immediately feel the energy surrounding this place.
Wait Entertainment: The wait entertainment was fabulous. They truly know how to keep in character and bring you into the haunt.
Length of Event: Having gone through on the VIP pass I think that the time spent inside the dungeon of doom was top notch for the price paid for the ticked.
Actor Performance: I have never been to a haunted house in america where I have been as emotionally affected as I was at the dungeon of doom. The actors really draw you in and know how to scare you. It is clear that timing and style are practiced by the actors inside the haunt.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: Patron flow inside the attraction was relatively smooth. groups are not bumping heads due to mismanagement of release into the attraction as they are in some other haunts I have been to.
Appropriate Ages: I think this haunt is appropriate for most ages but I would recommend no one unter the age of ten. This haunt does a great job of keeping the language clean and I would have no problem bringing my children in to see this attraction.
Props / Special FX: I dont think I can say much more than the props and special effects are top notch all throughout the attraction.
Summary: All in all, This is a great haunted house. There are many features and styles inside that are a cut above the rest. I really enjoyed the buried alive experience. I admit that I was skeptical at first, but once I got in there I had a lot of fun with it. The room with the clowns was a blast. I especially liked how they had the room set on a suspension system so it moves as you shifted your weight. The vertigo tunnel was very effective. While have enjoyed many of the haunts in the area, I would have to say dungeon of doom is by far the best one yet. Quite possible even rivaling the Sloss Furnace in Birmingham, Alabama. Absolutely incredible haunt and everyone in the midwest should make a journey to come see this one. Well worth every penny spent, hands down.