Held in an off the beaten path town, in a rural residential neighborhood, inside a deserted house, yard & shack only things missing were 2 headed cows & mutant children. Inside this foreboding house was a vast array of sinister creatures, twisted clowns and some fresh meat for lunch. The scenes were flawlessly set with gore and grime, the actors’ obsessive while never breaking character. The door room was unrivaled and keeps you busy; the black maze truly unsettling and the bathroom scene made me want to run for bleach & a scrub brush.
Be sure to take in the electrocution scene & movie theater for special treats.
The Fright Factory is a must see this spooky season.