Please note: this review is for the 2002 season rather than the current season.

Dominion of Terror

by cosmo after attending on Friday, October 4, 2002 at about 7 a.m.

Fun Factor: Medium Fear Factor: Medium


Signage / Visibility / Location

Somewhat easy to find using the directions from, but no signs near the house at all and no big signs on the outside of the haunted house either. We drove right past it several times. They have two small glowing ghosts in the window. Only when you get closer can you tell it's a haunted house. THEY NEED BIGGER, LIT UP SIGNS MARKING THEIR HOUSE!

Wait Area / Line Entertainment

Dissapointed with the wait. It must have been our luck that we stopped by when the monsters were going on break. But it really didn't make sense. The haunted house opened at 7pm and we arrived at 9pm, there were only about 15 people in line, yet we had to wait about 30 min. with nothing to do because the monsters were on break? Didn't make too much sense. It would have been smarter to take care of the people waiting in line, then send the monsters on a break. Besides, why should monsters be on break after 2 hours? Come on, there weren't even that many people in line.


It took us about 15 minutes to get through the house.

Actors' Performance

This was a pretty decent haunted house. Nothing really sticks out in my mind to define the event. The scares were right on, the effects were cool, but I thought they could have done a little bit more. Some of the monster costumes were really cool.

Appropriate For

Anyone over 16.


The grave yard was cool, it almost felt like we were outisde instead of inside,
the moving skeletons were cool, and the kitchen was cool.
It's worth $6 for a good time, but it wasn't what I would call "scary enough
to die for."

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June 14th, 2024 6:46 a.m. CDT 24.08