Haunted Angelus follows up a spectacular first year by nearly tripling the size of the event and adding plenty of splatter and chaos to an already blood-soaked 45-minute spectacle.
You'll find yourself groping through one of the more baffling series of blackout mazes I've encountered (including one outdoors; still not sure how they made it so damn dark) and face-to-whatever with a wide variety of classic style scares, including an extensive medical-themed set, plenty of edgy clowns and a variety of rooms so well-designed that even the ones with no actors and no moving parts still did a hell of a job putting me on edge. And the ones that do have actors are incredibly edgy; this crew does a particularly standout job with the makeup and close-up views.
Incidentally, Angelus is fully ADA- and wheelchair-accessible, with broad doors and no cramped ceilings or steep ramps. All the more impressive, then, that it still feels like a claustrophobic hell and they still managed to pack in as much horror as they did. Haunted Angelus has made a powerful mark already, and it could well takes its place among the city's greats.
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