California Coaster Kings went to the first night of 2013 Fright Fest, and here’s a little update! Click here for reviews of all 2013 mazes!
Demon’s Door was ready to go when we entered!
Demon’s Door was an amazing Scare Zone, that really put guests right into the action. The flames that came out of the Valencia Falls were pretty amazing too! (click here to watch our FF video with shots of the fire flames)
Lex Luthor was closed all night due to the high winds.
Total Darkness was totally different from Blackout, and was a whole lot better. Also, lines were held short this year because of the large maze that was split into 2 sides.
Look at those street-lights!
Zombie crossing was very neat too! They had a tv reporting the news as you approached. They also had a road sign saying; ‘Warning… Zombie Crossing Ahead’, which was very nice. (To see the sign in action watch our video by clicking here)
The Wastelands Scare Zone over at Aftermath.
Gypsy Hollow Scare Zone over at Cursed.
Willoughby’s didn’t have a line, and they took photo’s again this year.
Black Widow didn’t have a line at all because of the light crowds, so we got to go in immediately. It was very good this year. We had our doubts last year, but it was definitely a must do, since it never has lines.
City Under Siege was back this year!
The Aftermath, like each year, was amazing again, with the flame throwers, the extremely thick fog. One of the best mazes Fright Fest has ever seen. (See our maze review by clicking here!)
The Hypnotist show was back for this Fright Fest. It took kind of long, and wasn’t worth the time. So unless you will visit Fright Fest weekly, do all mazes and scare zones first!
Fright Feast with the Willoughby’s returned, due to the crowds, there was almost no one there.
Voodoo Nights, performances by Cursed (the band that is named ‘Velocity’ during Full Throttle Nights)
The flames shooting out of the fountain over at Demon’s Door were controlled from behind the Cyber Cafe.
The nightmare Scare Zone was really good once again!
Chupacabra isn’t our favorite maze, but since there were hardly any lines it was okay.
We didn’t get any good pictures of Toyz of Terror, but that was probably our favorite NEW Maze! They left in the best aspects of the previous Jokster’s Hide Out, and transformed the maze to become some toy factory! (Read full maze review by clicking here!)