Please note: this review is for the 2002 season rather than the current season.
after attending on Sunday, October 13, 2002 at about 4:30 p.m.
Submitted: Sunday, October 13, 2002
Signage / Visibility / Location
Not too difficult to find. It's out in the middle of nowhere, but then again there's not many ways you could go to get lost.
Wait Area / Line Entertainment
Not much really. It was a Sunday night, and there was only a handful of people, so it wasn't much of a wait to begin with.
It's advertised as 35 minutes, I can't honestly say how long it really took, but going at a relatively decent pace, it was probably around a half hour atleast.
The one improvement that helped tremendously over last year... with no guides and the such, it's easy for groups to go slow or fast and then you end up with a group ahead of you, and behind you, and then it just loses the effect. This year there were several slow down spots to keep groups seperated. It was very much needed and I enjoyed it a lot more because. We still encountered other groups every now and again, but it always got broken up eventually.
Very good. I had a lot more fun than last year that's for sure! My complain in the past stemmed mostly because of the piled up groups and you missed out on every room. That was improved, and I enjoyed it much more.
Definitely good work on the scenery. Group mix of rooms and dark hallways/cramped spaces. Always nice to see the actors locating the people in your group who are scared and exploiting it. Always makes for a good time.
Could maybe use several more actors to throw in a scare at the end of the slides or in the dark hallways or the such. But this was a Sunday night so perhaps it's different on the actual weekend.
14 and up
It seemed to be quite a bit different from last year. A change of pace is good to see. And you can tell quite a bit of work was put into the scenery.
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