I will say, the house has gotten slightly better since opening. More actors, some added decor, the transition between houses has a victim performer as the Chucky mascot from the preshow which is cute. The cast is also trying all that they can which I really respect given the public's reaction to this house. Despite it all, it's still unfortunately my personal least favorite HHN house I've been in. Just poor design in many different ways.
So before the event, I said that if they didn't use puppets it would undoubtedly be my #10.
Well they used puppets and it's still #10. I have no idea how they went so wrong here. I'm sorry to say because I know none of it is cheap, but it looked straight up CHEAP. Like someone built it in their backyard.
Yeah, after a few nights I figured out that the first part was "Universal's house" and was supposed to kinda look bad, and the second part is supposed to be where Chucky takes over.I think the intention was to make it look like a cheap haunted house? The problem is that it just doesn't work with the current standard HHN has set for itself.
I don't disagree that maybe all of the negative attitude surrounding the house has caused a mass disliking of it by the community, but that doesn't change the fact that it's still just... not a great house.