It once seemed to be an unpopular opinion to enjoy this house, but more and more guests are starting to come around. As I said in the main HHN27 review thread, I am not a fan of the Blumhouse films but this house ended up being a very close 2nd favorite to The Shining for me. I know most people think that Scarecrow is the scariest house this year, but my vote goes to Blumhouse. On my first walk-through, I entered with extremely low expectations and left with a big grin while trying to convince the others in my party that they must be missing something in this house. I've walked through the house at least 5 times and on at least 2 of those occasions I was able to experience nearly every scare while walking through. My tip to anyone who hasn't had a good walk-through yet: go here after the stay & scream guests have mostly moved on, but before the main crowds have made their way to the back of the park. This is one house where you can sometimes go through totally alone and it really makes the experience so much better. The 2nd Sinister room/hallway is pretty intimidating when the lights go out and the Baguls make their moves in the darkness. The 2nd Purge (Ouija) room/hallway does as much to entertain me as anything in both scare zone versions or the (Scream) house from HHN25. This isn't saying much, but I will say that I don't hate this particular scene. The first girls on the left (both casts) by the dinner table have decent timing and are fairly aggressive. The house really picks up steam when you enter the Inisidious sections. From the aggressive Brides in Black to the Lipstick Demon behind his window following you along his hallway and scaring you at the end to the Key Face Demon (Insidious 4?) behind the shower(?) curtains using its' shadow and also the one after the woman with the baby carriage. My favorite part of the house is the finale corridor. A few up close and personal scares that get uncomfortably within your personal space (in a good way). The standouts for me in the finale section are Bagul, the Lipstick Demon, and the Key Face Demon (not exactly sure it's the KeyFace Demon, but it's where guests push through some SIF and make a left u-turn out of the character's hallway. Whichever character it is, is straight ahead as you push through the SIF and if the timing is just right it is an amazing scare.) I think most of the scareactors in this house are doing a great job of timing their scares just right and walking a good line between being creepy and aggressively scary. If I was rating each house just based on their casts alone, Blumhouse would probably be my #1. And finally, the negatives. I really didn't care for the first Sinister scene, the first Purge scene or the large mostly empty room with the crib/bunkbed(?) from what I assume is Insidious 4.