Please note: this review is for the 2009 season rather than the current season.
by Andya after attending on Saturday, October 3, 2009 at about 2 p.m.
Submitted: Monday, October 5, 2009
The begining is the same as last year and not as many rooms or scares as in previous years. So unfortunately a little dissapointing. They have two revolving doors and make each patron choose, which makes you wonder what would happen if someone chose right instead of left and vice-versa. The hanging bodies and room of masks was good. You did not know which mask was behind a person intending to frighten yourself until they moved. Sparks flew in one room when a deformed guy ran his metal claw like hand across the screens. This was a very nice effect. The fright factory often had areas where one would crawl through smaller and smaller doorways or slimmer and slimmer pasageways. This really gives one a sense of fear for tight spaces, which occurred throughout the haunted house. The end included two huge airbags side by side, and you could not turn around or stop, otherwise thought could get stuck. Best to keep moving forward. This ending I did not care for and felt they could use a monster at the end once you emerged from the air bags. Too predictable frights and too few, unfortunately for the entrance fee.
The number of areas with frights was a little disspointing and about half as many as was last year. They did bring back two classics of a fortune teller and this room did frighten some of our group. We alo encountered the same room twice in our journey or did we? And this special effect was good. However, most of the frights were predictable and not a lot of them for the price we payed. Also odd was the concession stand was after the booth for tickets. You had to buy the concessions after bought the ticket and take the concessions into the haunted house, even though said no eating in the haunted house. The concession stand was right at the end of the line within the waiting area and just before entering the door to the area of frights and haunts. So thought this was a bit odd.