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Review of 2011 season:

These folks go all out, believe me. Dr. Evil's is perhaps the best Haunted House attraction I've ever experienced. Spooky, twisting corridors will lead you into the Heart of Darkness. I personally spent so much time lost in the maze my sanity began to wear thin (small hint: Some dead-ends are not dead-ends at all). The players are awesome, from the mute monsters to the screeching specters.

If I had to make one complaint, it would be that this attraction is so scary, so intense, I was nearly trampled by a group of shrieking 14-year-old girls rushing towards the exit.

When, I mean IF you finally make it through the House of Horrors intact, stick around and watch Horror movies on a huge outdoor screen, drive-in style.

Review by Saucy Josh who writes a blog for intelligent Horror movie aficionados called Blood and Guts for Grown Ups.

from HauntedBay.com

...The vibe was good as we walked up to the short line but we weren't sure what to expect from the spartan outside of the haunt. Just then, two girls came screaming and running out of the haunt as if they were being chased by Satan himself. A moment later their dates emerged with ear to ear grins and couldn't stop themselves from telling everyone in line how great it was. Although we agreed to reserve judgment for ourselves, we started to get very excited at the prospect of a proper scare.

Our turn to enter arrived a few minutes later as Dr. Evil lifted a curtain and ordered us to enter his home. I just have to say what a home it was! The sparse decoration outside the haunt hid the truly detailed ramshackle madness that lay within.

We were immediately assaulted by a giant spider probing to see if we were to be its nightly meal only for us to flee into a ghastly scene of yuletide horror. Room after room of detailed mayhem ensued giving us the impression that Dr. Evil's house was nothing more than one giant trap that we were never going to be released from.

All of our senses were treated and tricked. Rooms were immersive, being decorated to theme in every possible location and connected by tight, twisting passages, which varied in height and width causing us to bend and squeeze our way through. We had to push aside heavy obstructions to affect our escape from some rooms while being tormented with feather touches in others. Sirens, screams, and moans filled our ears and created a confusing cacophony. All the while we were constantly and unapologetically surrounded, attacked, and cornered by the dead, undead, near dead, and just plain monstrous.

We were chased into rooms with no apparent exit and only when we had been good and scared did they reveal a way out that any sane person wouldn't want to go through. Another room gave way into a confusing funhouse maze of mirrors and bars that I must admit we did get lost in for quite some time.

There must be more actors per square foot of Dr. Evil's House of Horrors than we've encountered in any other haunt. They seemed to be everywhere at once prodding and poking, grabbing at ankles, clawing at shoulders, and tapping us on our heads as they lectured us on true evil. These were some truly inspired performances by a large number of people who love to scare.

In short, Dr. Evil's House of Horror was full of true and very unforgettable Halloween fun! You won't want to miss this haunt. Read more...

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And thanks to HauntedBay.com for listing us in their calendar.

from Yelp.com

...It's the most terrifying haunted house ever I've seen. With tons of props, numerous lights, fog, sirens, sounds and live actors who really enjoy trying to make grown men pee and their dates run to the parking lot in shrieks and screems.

The house looks boring from outside. But once you get your turn to enter, it's pandemonium. Read more...

Other links and listings

Thanks to KJZY and KZST for putting us on their Sonoma County calendar of events.

Thanks to HauntWorld.com for their listing.

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