SINISTER POINTE Maze Review - Tuesday, October 16, 2012

h1 October 18th, 2012

By San D Star

After doing the Christmas overlay last year I looked forward to going to Sinister Pointe and see what they had up their sleeves for this years maze. I would also heavily recommend the up charge tickets passes for the front of the line pass and also opting for multiple visits on that night. The line is crazy long but very much worth it and groups are sent in small groups. This maze has tasks that interactive and has multiple rooms that you choose, which makes each experience different.

I went on Haunters night which is a night when the maze is open on a weekday for other people that turn into things that bump in night from various haunts in Southern California. It was also very busy and remained so till closing. They also have vendors selling merchandise and there is also a photo op before you go into the maze. There are also scenes from various horror movies projected on the wall and trailers with a great soundtrack mixed in setting the mood. I am also only give a few remarks on the actual maze layout since the more of a surprise the better any maze is. The inside of the warehouse is massive and takes you of the outside world once you make your way up the path to the house. The sets and talent all look really damn good. Our group which was only two people went in on our own and best of all never ran into another group. This feeling of Scooby Dooing through a creepy maze always improves the overall feel of a maze.  There are some new improved effects from last year such as the shaking room and the surprise hallway effect. Also the new rooms such as an impressive bayou area makes big name Haunts look rather disappointing. The talent was also on fire and everyone was on the top of their game. Standouts are the opening screaming girl, creepy doll girl, bayou old man and chainsaw guy as well as the creepy outside talent such as the giggling masked guy. Would I recommend going? Hell yeah I would and have a blast. Looking forward to the next event Sinister Pointe has planned. Keep in mind this location is year round and offers various events so make sure you check out the site and various social network platforms. Now go out and get the spooky on with Sinister Pointe.

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