Please note: this review is for the 2003 season rather than the current season.

Terror on the Fox

by lee after attending on Saturday, October 18, 2003 at about 5 p.m.

Fun Factor: Low Fear Factor: Medium

Review

Signage / Visibility / Location

With the road construction, not knowing the area and the lack of signs it was a little hard to find. The parking was a mess, they had lots of open area to park but it was blocked by cars so you could not get to it. The had left 20 feet between rows of cars. They just wanted you to wait till someone left and take thier open spot.

Wait Area / Line Entertainment

It was a about a 20min. wait to buy a ticket, 30min. to get on the train, another 40min. to go from the train to the event. There were plenty of actors working the lines.

Length

The event was not real long. 10 min. to walk through maybe a little longer. It was a quick walk through and it made me wonder why the line moved so slow.

Actors' Performance

Except for maybe a handfull of actors the acting was weak! Although this has been the same problem everywhere this year. The just look at you as you walk on by. If I wanted that I could walk around the mall.

Appropriate For

preteen and up

Summary

After waiting for a ticket and waiting for the not so haunted train(it was original and still neat)then having to wait next to the foulest smelling body of water (I'm talking sewage bypass)for the better part of an hour I was really hoping for a great house. The male go-go dancers doing the lipsync in the windows reminded me of the Blue-Oyster gay bar from the Police academy movies. If the actors inside would have given that much effort they would have a great haunt. The sets are great and there is a ton of detail to see inside just not a lot of scares. The trend this year for everyone seams to be charge more do less.

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April 24th, 2024 11:20 a.m. CDT 24.06