Talladega Frights Haunted House
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Missing Something This Year
Gone to Talladega Frights every year. Awesome Haunted House, But this year the fear factor or scare factor was missing. Details down to the odor was crazy good. But again the scare factor was missing.Posted 10/30/13
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I love this placePosted 3/26/13
Best haunted house ever!!!!
This is the best haunted houses I've ever seen. They put a lot of work into this. The actors were astonishing and very good, and everything looked pretty realistic, and disgusting - I don't even know how that one actor could hold her breath for so long. And the whole time, after room 4, I was afraid that this actor would pop out of a window. And the asylum was the best area! Crazy people everywhere! But when I got to the 2nd attraction, and got to the circus tents, it got ANNOYING. I was asking myself "Is it this tent that's right or this one?" And eventually, we (my family) eventually got into an are were an actor's supposed to come out. Luckily, there was no actor in there, then we got out of there. It felt like 20-30 minutes just to get out of the circus tent area! Tip for next year - don't have 50 circus tents you have to go through! But after the circus tents, it got better. But, the first attraction was better than the second. But this was awesome!Posted 11/2/12
Cornfield Maze Sucks!!!!!
So a group of us went to the Cornfield MAZE this year 2012....one problem. A maze has an entrance and an exit. It took us forever to find a way out which was fine but we kept coming to the entrance. Finally we asked about it and the security guard said there was other exit for this maze. So that makes the maze not a true maze! it was much better last year when there was a few different exits. And it would be even better if they had people hiding out in the maze scaring you. The price they charge to go through the haunted houses are way too much. I will not be returning to this next year unless I hear it got better...but I doubt it. Overpriced and sucks!!!Posted 10/16/12
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Awesome first time
My birthday is on halloween and i have always wanted to go to a good adults huanted park and never got to for one reason or an other. Last ear my amazing fiance bought tickets for myself, her and our son and suprised me for my birthday. OMG it was awesome the characters and zombies were great. We were constantly looking to see whats next and whats around the next corner and stil scared the crap out of us. My only complaint was they ran out of shirts and swag for me to buy. but other than that it was deffinatly a must and will do again this year.Posted 8/15/12
Really scary best in bakersfield. This year. They are doing an event were you shoot zombies with paintballs!!! And there theme 4 the haunted house is jack the ripperPosted 9/24/11
Price of admission not enough!
Talladega Frights is the first permanent haunt in Bakersfield, California. Having grown up in Bakersfield, I used to go to other haunts as a teenager, so I think I am a pretty good judge of the local scare industry in this part of the state. From the beginning of this haunt, patrons become a part of the experience. From waiting in line, to purchasing a ticket, to walking through a graveyard where, occasionally, a troupe of dancers break into the "Thriller" dance, the price of admission is already recouped, and you haven't yet entered the actual haunt. I won't spoil the rest of the experience for you, but let's just say that by the end, my companions had wet themselves, and people were gathered outside at the exit area (some in lawn chairs) to watch others come running out screaming. Overall, the experience from door-to-door was about 15 minutes (depending on whether you run or walk through), well worth the $10 entrance fee. That price includes the pre-entry entertainment, which was unexpected and delightful. I highly recommend this haunt if you are traveling through central California. You won't be disappointed. The quality of the costumes, room, props and even the actors feel like something from Universal Studios. A++ effort!Posted 1/10/09