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Special Note for 2018:

We’ve changed the way we give scores for this year. We are now using a weighted average that puts more emphasis on certain features of the haunt (IE: “How scary was it,” versus “Does the haunt’s location authenticate their theme”). That said, these scores should NOT be used in comparisons to previous seasons. We appreciate your understanding. Thanks and Happy Haunting! –The Scare Factor

Attraction Info

Haunt Name: Phantom Fright Nights
Review Team: Team Houdini
Review Date: October 5, 2018

Final Score: 7.11

Cast (15%)
1: Did it seem like there were enough actors? (20%) 5.57
Noahs Ark -2
Dark Shadows- 4
Bio Fear – 10
Kennyvilel Cometary -10
Mortem Manor- 14
Voodoo Bayou – 18
Vill of the Vampire – 18
2: How believable / convincing were the actors? (30%) 5.4
The stand out were Mortem, Voodoo, and Villa. The cast of the rest did not really participate.
3: How interactive were the actors? (20%) 4.88
Same as above those same 3 haunts were the only to provide any interaction, and that was limited.
4: How creatively & appropriately did they use dialogue? (15%) 3.99
Most were screams and growls, Mortem, Voodoo, and Villa did a better job.
5: Was there a good variety of characters? (15%) 4.9
The mix were ok, most of the haunt characters were fairly repetitive.
Cast Score: 5.04

Costuming (15%)
1: How complete / finished did the costumes appear to be? (15%) 4.9
2: How creative / detailed were the costumes? (25%) 7.35
3: Was their makeup creative? Detailed? Realistic? (20%) 7.09
4: How effectively did they use masks (if used)? (15%) 5.91
Masks were not used as much but the ones we came across looked good.
5: How appropriate were the costumes for their scenes & themes? (25%) 5.91
Costuming Score: 6.35
Customer Service (10%)
1: How easy was it to locate the attraction, park and navigate the premises? (25%) 10
Easy to find in google maps and GPS.
2: How safe was the attraction? (30%)

10
No trip hazards areas are marked , metal detectors, and no reentry.
3: How professional, helpful and friendly were the staff members? (25%)

8
4: How easy was it to find their information before you arrived? 10
Customer Service Score: 9.5
Atmosphere (10%)
1: How obvious was it that you were at a haunted house before entering? (60%) 10
The ambiance is the best part of the park. You can definitely tell you are in a haunted event.
2: How well did the atmosphere prepare you for what you experienced inside? (40%) 10
The roamers and outside d������cor of the haunts prepared you for the haunts.
Atmosphere Score: 10

Special Effects (15%)
1: How effective were the sound effects? (20%) 6.47
2: How creative / original were the scenes & props? (20%) 7.24
3: How well were the scenes detailed? (20%) 7.78
4: How well did they achieve & maintain the suspension of disbelief? (25%) 6.54
5: How effective were the SFX at providing scares / entertainment? (15%) 6.71
Special Effects Score: 6.94
Theme (5%)
1: Could you tell what the theme was? (30%) 8.34
All the themes were pretty well done, Noah’s Ark really did not fit the description on the website. It was just Noah’s Ark. My advice would be to make it more of a cult theme. With people wearing animal heads would definitely make it more creepy.
2: How well was the theme carried throughout the attraction/s? (50%) 8.5
Themes were well executed in most of the haunts except Noah’s.
3: How well does their location authenticate the theme? (20%) 8.04
Theme Score: 8.36
Scare Factor (15%)
1: How scary was it? (30%) 5.38
2: How well did they provide scares to the entire group? (15%) 5.4
It is hard to target the whole group , when there are 20+ people in a group its just not really possible. When we were able to be away from the larger groups the scare were better but that was a handful of times.
3: How predictable were the scares? (25%) 5.57
4: How well did they provide a wide variety of scares? (15%) 5.09
The variety was descent. Screams, growlsm snarls, animatronics, stares, air blasts provided a multitude of scares. However nothing above and beyond the norm.
5: How strong was the ending / finale? (15%) 1.09
None of the haunts had a true finish, you just pretty much walked out with no big scare at the end. The only haunt to have a slight ending was the cremation room at the end of Bio Fear. That was more of an effect than a scare.
Scare Factor Score: 5.9
Entertainment & Value (15%)
1: How satisfied are you with the entertainment received during the main attraction/s? (30%) 7
The haunts were enjoyable and the quality was good in most, but the lack of characters and scares held it back from what it could have been. We have not been to Phantom Fright Night in about 7-8 years and there was not too much new and different from what we remembered. Some new haunts or updated effects would definitely help out. More of a theme to Noah’s ark would have helped a lot.
2: How satisfied are you with the entertainment that’s available with the ticket price, excluding the main attraction/s? (25%) 10
3: How appropriate is/are the ticket price/s? (30%) 8
Tickets are pretty standard price. Although I do not see anyone making all the haunts without purchasing a RIP pass. Excluding the-D theater…highly disappointing and I wish we would not have wasted almost 45 minutes for. The additional pricing of the escape room is average as well, but the escape room was subpar.
4: Have they effectively used their available space? (15%) 7.5
Entertainment & Value Score: 8.13

More Info:

Total Time (Minutes): 36
General Admission: 29.99
Ticket Prices: General admission price of $29.99
Scare Factor Pricing $23.99
Military discounts at $19.99

The Seven deadly haunts Pass ‘ Provides front of the line for all haunts, one time for an additional $20.

Unlimited Haunt Pass – Provides front of the line for all haunts as many times as you wish for an additional $40.

Total Terror Pass- Provides unlimited front of the line access for haunts and rides all night for an additional $80.

Minutes Per Dollar: 0.83