From the outside it is a step
above an average fairground ghost train due to it's size and track layout.
It also has some nice trains as well, which offer more room than you usually
get. The ride itself starts in a pretty standard way with an enclosed spiral
hill lift, followed by a pretty tame gravity dip. After this you go in to
the main interior of the ride, where you go past various scenes, with models
which animate as you go past.
This section does manage to create an experience greater than the sum of
it's parts. The models are O.K., but not of that great a quality, and I
found most of them where miss-timed, with them animating a couple of seconds
too late, allowing you to anticipate the shocks before they happen. Despite
this I still found it quite a fun and enjoyable ride. I think this ride is
the equivalent of an enjoyable cheesy horror film. A film you don't watch
because it's scary, or you expect to be that good, but one you watch because
it's a good laugh. I think that sums this ride up, it's not a creative
masterpiece, and most of it is pretty cheesy, but it's the sort of
cheesiness you can enjoy and have a bit of fun with.