Please note: this review is for the 2010 season rather than the current season.
Submitted: Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Walking up to the building from where we parked, I thought maybe we were at the wrong place. It wasn't until we went to the back side of the building that we knew we were at our destination. A long line of people, bass pounding dark music, boarded up windows with lights flashing to the music, and the sound of screams coming from inside the haunt. Game on!
Once we entered the building, I froze. It looked like an old abandoned building with clutter everywhere. It felt like we were being watched even though I didn't see anybody at the time. That changed in about 30 seconds, they came out of no-where!
Every room we went into was completely different from the last. I had to laugh as we walked into a restaurant, as a lady sitting in a booth gurgled 'Don't eat here!' as she choked down some soup. Walking through the restaurant and then through the kitchen was very entertaining. Also highly entertaining was the good ol' red-neck boys that wanted to eat us! It was really funny until it felt like they weren't going to let us through!
They have a very good mix of skits and good old fashioned scares. It must have taken months to design and setup this attraction. I appreciate the time and effort they put into their work. It does not go unnoticed!