This haunted attraction did not disappoint. For $35, you get unlimited times in the maze which includes front of the line passes.
“I though it was totally worth it,” said Brea resident and FC student Maria Lopez. “The general admission line is freakin’ long!” she added.
Most of the guests stated they really didn’t know what to expect. “ I didn’t read too much about it,” said Cynthia Calhoun from La Habra. “But I was definitely amazed and I recommend everyone to come and experience this for yourself.”
With state of the art sets, and interactive performers, the maze could make one feel as though they were in a real-life horror movie.
Sinister Pointe is not one of those cheesy mazes. The actors play their role very well. Some parts of the maze, the monsters will interact with you and you must respond in order to move on which makes the maze more realistic.
Compared to other mazes including those at Universal Studios and Knotts Scary Farm, Sinister Pointe definitely deserves to go on the top of anyone’s list.
Sinister Point staff sends you in with your party only and you get the attention from each monster of the different rooms interacting with your group. The attractive is very interactive with some scenes where you are required to crawl through small spaces.
They take photos of you at the beginning of the maze with top-notch photographers catching your every move. “I took advantage of this because I absolutely loved the photographer that was helping us and we came up with some damn good poses,” said Matthew Lopez from Brea.
Sinister point is located at 195 Arovista Circle in Brea and the attraction will continue until for the rest of the Halloween season.