Please note: this review is for the 2006 season rather than the current season.
after attending on Saturday, October 14, 2006 at about 5:30 p.m.
Submitted: Sunday, October 15, 2006
Signage / Visibility / Location
We were familiar with the area, so once we were on Broadway, we knew right where to go. Big lit sign by parking area.
Wait Area / Line Entertainment
The video while waiting for the train was interesting, but hard to see. My group sat on the top level in the train, so we were disappointed that the ghouls didn't come up there. The fog machine made us gag after a while (not enough ventilation). The line moved along quickly, but we couldn't believe there was no one out and about along the line. It looks like maybe there are some scenes where something could take place, but didn't. Since it was so cold, we would have loved to have some entertainment to take our minds off the fact that our hands, arms & feet were becoming numb.
the cave with its animatronics was a neat addition
The actors were acting out their scenes, but less than 25% tried to scare us. Many were sitting in chairs watching us go by. They looked tired and like they gave up their roles unfortunately
We went through it really fast and when we walked through the exit everyone in the group said, "That's it?" Try to win tickets to this one, because $12 is a lot for the little that you get. TOTF needs to re-evaluate what a good scare is. The technology is impressive, but the scare factor is missing.
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