Please note: this review is for the 2009 season rather than the current season.
by CC2 (Newbie Review Crew Member) after attending on Friday, October 23, 2009 at about 3:30 p.m.
Submitted: Monday, October 26, 2009
Terror on Rural Street is an attraction that historically makes great efforts to be at the cutting edge of scares and creative sets and this year's version of the house keeps with that tradition.
Terror has one of the more impressive and elaborate approaches to the entrance to their house with lightning effects coupled with a tomb and a large gargoyle that looms at the edge of the entrance lines in a margin of manufactured woods.
At the entrance to the lines to the house, you are also able to peer inside one of the areas of the attraction to see visitors getting startled by creatures hiding in the darkness.
During your visit, you will encounter a speaking spider and meet the Angel of Death among others.
You will walk through an elaborate morgue and be confronted by menacing clowns on a carousel.
Passage through the attraction is efficient and attempts are made to space the groups so that you will not catch the groups that precede you.
In-between the waiting area and the house, you will be greeted by more actors in elaborate costumes, some of whom are on stilts.
Great care has been put into trying to have the visitor engaged while waiting to enter the house.
Restrooms are numerous portable toilets located outside of the waiting area.
The actors appear to enjoy their responsibilites and give active performances throughout the attraction and its waiting areas.
This year's event has elaborate sets and effects and the actors present in quality costumes with artistically applied facial make up.
There was also a dead ringer for Grandpa Munster/Al Lewis working at the entrance to the house who was amusing to speak with.