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2008 Terror on the Fox Event Reviews


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Please note: this review is for the 2008 season rather than the current season.

Terror on the Fox

by scare_girl19 after attending on Saturday, October 25, 2008 at about 3:30 p.m.

Fun Factor: Very High Fear Factor: Medium

Review

We had a group of 5 people go to Terror on the Fox. After finding the correct directions, the haunt was fairly easy to find. The line appeared to be long and it was cold outside, but don't be fooled; the line moved quickly. We purchased the combo tickets, which were only $20 per person after the online coupon. $20 for 3 haunts is a good deal!

The haunt starts off with a "haunted" train ride. It wasn't very scary, but it was definitely worth the ride!

The first haunt was "Torment, a New Fear Within." It took maybe 7 minutes to walk through. There didn't seem to be a consistent theme, but some of the actors made the haunt their own. I really liked the chain link walk ways, it was much better than just a dark hallway! This haunt set the tone, but it left me wanting something more.

Next, we had to wait in a long line for the main attraction. The music got us pumped, but waiting in a standing line for over an hour was a little harsh. There were scenes set up in the woods, but I was really hoping for some live actors.

Once the main attraction came into view we were so excited!!! The stage was phenomenal! (You will have to go and see for more details...) Once inside the house I was more than impressed with the decorations. Props to the actors in the bedroom...you came out from the most unlikely of places. I loved the forest...I never saw that coming!! We loved taking a trip through hell!!! The rooms were creative, but they didn't seem to flow. The bartenders were a little inattentive, but overall I was impressed.

The final haunt was the "3rd Dimension of Fear." We needed to put on some corny 3D glasses, which didn't stay on, but that's besides the point. The decorations were again amazing. This house seemed more like a fun house, and the glow paint was tons of fun. My favorite would be the dot room. BEWARE!

Summary

This haunt was tons of fun! I would recommend buying the $14 ($13 with the online coupon!) main attraction ticket (which still includes the train ride). The decorations at this haunt were phenomenal, but these weren't the most motivated actors I've seen this year. GOOD JOB TERROR ON THE FOX!!!

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Terror on the Fox

by bryant209 after attending on Saturday, October 18, 2008 at about 5 p.m.

Fun Factor: Medium Fear Factor: Low

Review

Very disappointing...drove 2 hours each way to go to Terror on the Fox for the 1st time and paid $32 for the VIP Tickets. Train was alright and the rooms/props of the haunted houses were cool, but the actors were terrible and none of the houses were scary at all.

Summary

Getting the VIP Tickets is the way to go..when we went there was no waiting in lines whatsoever with the VIP tickets. Overall the setup is cool and the rooms/props of the houses are awesome but I dunno if it was just the people working the night we went, but the actors were pretty bad and there were very few scary parts at all. The group of us who went were all quite disappointed.

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Terror on the Fox

by LoudMth after attending on Sunday, October 19, 2008 at about 3:30 p.m.

Fun Factor: Very High Fear Factor: High

Review

Awesome, Awesome, Awesome. I noticed there were some changes to the main house and they made it more fun to go through. My favorite by far is the swampy looking area. Great Sound and actors that were on mark every time. Great voices and sounds from the monsters. Those that spoke were terrific with interaction and good at improv. Sets were great as always. I really liked Torment. Nice change and addition to the show. Also, the outside actors were Unbelievably good (doesn't it hurt to fall like that?).
Everyone was really helpful and willing to make sure we had a terrific time. Again, being a Sunday night there was a very short wait and an unbelievable show.

Summary

I will definately being coming back again next year. Each year I go and this year I was really happy to see some terrific changes and variety. Professional from the time you came on the lot to when you left. Good service, Good Monsters, Good sets, and Good Scares!

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Terror on the Fox

by DeannaWitchypoo after attending on Saturday, October 11, 2008 at about 2 p.m.

Fun Factor: Very High Fear Factor: Very High

Review

As our second stop in our Wisconsin Haunt Road Trip, Terror on the Fox was again, wet-your-pants-fantastic.
Terror is 3 haunted houses set back in the woods behind the National Railroad Museum, so to get there you have to ride a vintage passenger train to get to the dropoff point--its awesome. There are even actors ON the train to scare the daylights out of you!
Then there is a long, winding path through the woods to the haunts, again where you will find actors willing to scare the bejeezus out of you.
After Torment, and their 3D haunt, both which are exceptionally well done, you approach the Main Haunt.
Words cannot completely describe this amazing facade, where the actors dance on platforms, as well as jump off them.
The music is pounding & relentless, while the ever changing, and brilliant light show highlights every nuance, and tricks your mind into thinking this is pure entertainment.
Soon after entering, you realise that you've let your guard down and will be scared witless.
The geniuses behind TOTF change the sets each year, so you will consistantly see new & different things & themes each season. It's always a pleasure to see what the Bad Boys have built to strip your senses & leave you crying for mama.

Summary

Another great haunt where the Combo Tickets are well worth it. Plus, they offer a great VIP Combo, which is more than worth it on the nights where you may wait in line for an hour or more.

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Terror on the Fox

by bluebliss909 after attending on Saturday, October 11, 2008 at about 4:30 p.m.

Fun Factor: Very High Fear Factor: High

Review

WOW the lines! Fortunately we were able to purchase the VIP tickets, which saved us a lot of wait time. We entered the woods through a special area and waited for the haunted train to come back to its station. We VIPs got a special car that had strobe lights and fog, along with actors.

Once off the train we came to a bonfire with various chairs and benches around. We were then offered coffee, hot chocolate and gift bags. Since a few of us got a drink, we ended up sitting around the fire for a while. When we wanted to leave someone immediately came to lead us towards Torment.

Torment- This haunt was a little short. We entered into an area that was full of insane people with a lust for blood. The actors even interacted with us. Cool but not too scary. Once we were done we went into a certain VIP area and watched a live show that the actors preformed. Then we entered the main event.

Terror on the Fox- Great fun! The scenery was FANTASTIC! Because I was in the front of the group, the actors jumped out right in the middle of the group. Which was pretty funny because usually the most scared are in the middle. I absolutely loved the scenery that was the best part of this haunt. Also they split up the men and women of our group, effectively freaking us girls out. Then we met with another interactive actor before the haunt was over.

3rd dimension of fear- This was very cool. workers gave us 3-d glasses before we entered the house. The walls were covered in neon 3-d paint, everything popped out! there was a 3-d vortex room, actors that blended in with the walls, and everything. It was great although it could have been scarier and longer.

Summary

The lines were terrible, I am so glad that we went VIP, I highly recommend doing that. The train was fun, torment was creepy, terror on the fox was just amazingly creative, and 3rd dimension of fear was very very cool. Although I wasn't too scared others in my group were terrified! I highly recommend terror on the fox, it is for charity and it is awesome, what else can you ask for?

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