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Date / Time Visited:
10/09/21 @ 10:00 pm (Review Posted: 10/12/21)
Scare Factor: High Atmosphere: Very Good
Visibility / Location: The giant brick factory looking building was well lit up with bright blue and green lights, at least 3 huge signs with their logo, and some spooky faces to greet us in the parking lot/sidewalk and direct us to the entrance.
Wait Entertainment: The wait entertainment was phenomenal! Not only was there great music playing, and pretty lights, art work, and props decorating the entire hallway/line. . . There was also amazing actors their to greet us.
We saw a energy filled crazy blue clown sliding around the hallway, and a friendly spiritual face who went by the name of Lucy, giving tarot readings to some of the other people walking in and even standing in line.
Length of Event: It took us about a half hour to get through this event, and I don't regret a single minute of it.
Actor Performance: The actors performance was very great. I loved the transition of being absolutely terrified, just to be welcomed by an extremely comedic line to catch me off guard. The actors have this special way of getting you nice, comfortable and distracted, only to scare the h--e--double-hockey-sticks (censored) out of you around the next corner.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: While the rules were being read to us, there was a man who warned us about running into other groups. He did a great job at giving us ways to steer clear from other groups, and politely work around getting away from them if needed.
We didn't really have any trouble with catching up to any other groups or them catching up to us aside from one time. The actors handled it very well, and kept us held up & intrigued with a well thought out, descriptive, and interesting story.
Appropriate Ages: If your little one(s) can handle the spooks and even a few fearful tears, or can be a brave little solider and make it till the end. . then I totally recommend this event for all ages. -But maybe keep the babies at home haha
Props / Special FX: The props throughout this attraction are amazing. Some are even so realistic you'd think they're a real person!
While walking through an area full of lights, buttons, and some deranged scientists, we were warned of a "failed experiment"
While approaching this Failed Exp, what looked like a long stream of intestines popped straight out at us!
Also! While leaving the swamp landish area, we were entirely caught off guard and terrified by this giant crocodile that came roaring straight at us! That one got me for sure!
Costumes / Makeup: The costumes and makeup here is beautiful! Definitely not like the ones you can find at stores. Their costumes, or outfits if you will, go very well with the scenes and what's going on. Some of the make up looks extremely realistic as well!
Summary: To sum up my experience at the Factory Of Fear... I had an AMAZING time. I come through here at least once every year (sometimes more if really enjoy what they did that year)
This Haunted House has never ceased to amaze me, and although a lot of the scenes and gags stay the same, there is always something new added every year.
I love this haunted house and will continue to give them my money yearly.
Thank you factory of fear for, as usual, scaring the h--e--double-hockey-sticks (censored) out of me.