Please note: this review is for the 2010 season rather than the current season.
by spikeaura666 after attending on Saturday, October 2, 2010 at about 4 p.m.
Submitted: Monday, October 11, 2010
i guess that marketing will buy just about anything. all the marketing that has been done to hype up the burial chamber had me intrigued, so we attended the haunt Saturday the 9th. and was NOT impressed, the floor in the house is so uneven i tripped and twisted my ankle, the "monsters" were more comical than scary, at one point i thought i was going to change my mind when one of them got in my face and just kept twitching his face back and forth but then ruined it when he told me i was "funny looking" that was just silly. the best part of the whole house was the guy that would twirl around in the hall way... he was great and dedicated to do that all night long, he was funny singing the limbo and all, but still not so scary...then we ventured out to Phobia, i was looking forward to this thinking that it would be So easy to make a woods creepy, we spent more time talking about our day than we did getting scared, we saw all the monsters before they came out to do their scare. i would have liked to see some fog in the woods and maybe some more monsters. seemed like they might have been short staffed all the way through.
if you are looking for a quick walk through then this is the place for you, just watch your step... i do not know that i will re attend this event in the future, its going to need more than marketing to draw me in, i would prefer a scarier haunt some thing with more darkness maybe some strobe lights and more in your face haunting and less comedy from the monsters....