Please note: this review is for the 2012 season rather than the current season.
by bunnehop after attending on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at about 3:30 p.m.
Submitted: Thursday, October 25, 2012
I have been to many haunts. This one sure does pay attention to detail. From the realistic looking cob webs to the blood splatters. When we went it was a Wednesday night. There was no line and we went right in. The guy that takes your tickets stayed in his role while telling you the rules. There was a gross video they showed then we were on our way. My group made me lead most of the way and it was quite dark. They actors come out of nowhere. My one complaint is it is too DARK! I know it is suppose to be dark but there should be some more light after they pop out so I can see them and their makeup. They didn't really creep me out because all I could see was a dark figure. The highlight was the vortex. The spinning lights literally made you feel like the whole thing is swaying side to side. Needless to say I was quite dizzy afterward. I also really liked the room with the clowns. They seemed to pop up in different spots as the slow strobe flashed. They are also really sneaky there with moving walls so if you feel like you got lost they played a trick on you. I was very disappointed that I did not get to see the clown working the line outside. And where there was suppose to be a guy with a chainsaw, he never came out! I could smell the gas from it and even walked slow waiting for him to come out and nothing.
Overall, it was easy to find just off the freeway. The props and attention to detail were wonderful. I think the actors need to interact with you a bit more and better lighting would be nice. For the night we went it seemed like they may of been short a few actors. However, the attention to detail does make it worth the trip.