Please note: this review is for the 2006 season rather than the current season.

ANARCHY, presented by the Wisconsin Fear Grounds

by feliciad_06 after attending on Saturday, October 28, 2006 at about 6:30 p.m.

Fun Factor: Medium Fear Factor: Low


Signage / Visibility / Location

We got lost and had to ask for directions at a gas station, but I am really bad with directions so it was probably our fault we got lost. It wasn't that hard to get to once we figured it out.

Wait Area / Line Entertainment

The wair area wasn't very entertaining. It didn't seem like it took that long to get in because the line was moving pretty fast. Being locked up in the little holding pens was kind of boring because nothing happened. I think they quit scaring people in the cages shortly before we got in there because all of the sudden we just stopped hearing screams coming from there.

Most Unique

The most unique thing was probably the decorations along the walls. Especially the one with all the skeletons and stuff. I found myself admiring many of the decorations.

Actors' Performance

They asked alot of weird questions. One of the girls basically kissed me, her face was touching my face the whole time and she wouldn't get out of my face and kept asking "wanna play"? I didn't really find any of them very scary because they all asked weird questions that made me be like "what???". But there was also two guys in front of us that gave away everything that was coming up and the actors didn't really try to scare us.

Appropriate For



Overall, I was scared only once. This is because I went and saw texas chainsaw massacre a few weeks ago and I heard a chainsaw and ran for my life. Other than that, I didn't find it all that entertaining. The actors didn't really seem to be trying to scare us though, we just sort of walked by most of them and said "hey". I wasn't all that impressed. I scare very very easily too and for me not to get scared says something.

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July 3rd, 2020 3:20 p.m. CDT 11.11d