You wear the glasses, and the walls are painted with florescent paint, which makes the things painted seem three dimensional. The scareactors also wear costumes painted like that, and stand still to blend in, then jump out at you.Can someone describe what there's in 3D haunted houses? I mean, walking through a place it's already in 3D. I don't get it...
That looks like a cool house, though I can't tell the 3D elements from the video. But, I guess that's what I'd need the glasses for :P I'm eager to see what the 3D stuff adds to the experience And I actually quite like the spinning tunnel of sickdom, so that's a positive for IN-between. The tunnel just like it at Ripley's museum is probably the only thing that got me excited at that attraction.This is what a 3-D haunt will be like.
The house got great reviews and is coming back for Cali's HHN again this year.
I guess it depends which cast you saw last night because I went in 3 times and the Bunny came out twice.H.R. Bloodengutz: The queue video was funny, staying true to the recent tradition of goofy B-houses in this spot. You walk through a series of films shown as part of the homicidal TV host, H.R. Bloodngutz's, horror marathon--each selected film themed to a different holiday. You will experience scenes from such made up films as Ho-Ho-Homicide and Feaster Bunny (though, much to my disappointment, the Feaster Bunny himself did not make an appearance). Scary? Heck no. Hilarious? You bet. I dare you not to giggle at the shotgun-wielding, maniacal elves. 7.5 out of 10.