I made a post in the WW thread, but realized I should've made a thread. Haunted houses are a favorite of mine during the Halloween season - there are many bad ones, but the ones that are done well, I never forget. This year, I went to the over-commercialized Blood Manor in NYC. It was alright, not horrible, but not the best. I got a ticket for $15 through LivingSocial, so I'm not complaining too much. The long line really sucked, though. However, right after that, I went to a seemingly little-known haunted house done by a company of ballet dancers (I think), the Steampunk Haunted House: Through the Looking Glass, in lower east Manhattan. It was only $10 (for students), and the wait was almost nil. But let me tell you, it was AWESOME. This is definitely one of those rare haunted houses that was done well. I LOVED it. I'm even considering going back for a second helping, this time going through alone and savoring the experience. I'm not going to spoil it, but if you're in the area (or near enough that you can make a daytime trip)... GO! I'm also considering going to Vortex's Blackout Haunted House next week, but the ticket price is a little out of my range. What about you?