Category - Haunted Attraction Review

The 17th Door 2018 Review

Full disclosure: I only went to The 17th Door once before and I absolutely hated it. It was opening night of their first year and I don’t know if it was inaugural jitters or my own jaded, freshly-retired from Knott’s Scary Farm perspective but...

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood’s...

Last year, the WB Studio Tour Hollywood’s Horror Made Here event was an unexpected and welcome surprise during the Halloween season. Building a haunted attraction around the historic Warner Bros. studio lot was a brilliant idea that left...

Castle Dark 2018 Review

If you live in Riverside or are a hardcore fan of Southern California theme parks, you probably have heard of Castle Park. Built in 1976 by famed theme park ride designer Bud Hurlbut, Castle Park has been entertaining families for decades. Now...

Knott’s Scary Farm 2018 Review

The granddaddy of Halloween haunted events, Knott’s Scary Farm, is back again for its 46th season. This year, the park has added a couple new mazes as well as revamped some older ones, but it has also lost its star in the retirement of...

Black Market Escape Rooms MURDERCO Review

Jon Cooke, who was previously a designer behind some very memorable Knott’s Scary Farm mazes, has branched out on his own to create Black Market Escape Rooms. Located at a warehouse in Upland, CA, Black Market Escape Rooms features more...

WB Studio Tour Horror Made Here 2017 Review

The Warner Bros. Studio Tour is one of the coolest things that a fan of film can book a trip on in the entirety of Southern California. The amount of movie and TV filming locations on the lot is staggering and cannot be seen in just one ride on...

LA Haunted Hayride 2017 Review

Usually, we visit the LA Haunted Hayride on their opening weekend for a “black carpet” event. This year, they did not have a celebrity step and repeat, opting instead to have media out on their opening weekend. We missed that...

Castle Dark 2017 Review

I grew up in Riverside, CA and went to Castle Amusement Park A LOT in my youth – sometimes with friends and other times with family. Built and designed in 1976 by Bud Hurlbut, one of the creators of Knott’s Scary Farm, as well as...

LA Ghost Train 2017 Review

After a turbulent, one year hiatus, the LA Ghost Train has returned to the Los Angeles Live Steamers Railroad Museum in Griffith Park! The LA Ghost Train allows guests to ride on 7½” gauge model trains around spooky sets and scenes. We parked...