I came into the pre-show, with my heart pumping, excited for the ride. The pre-show was very good, with effects etc. and an overall creepy feel. Which definitely set the mood.
Walking to the room with the actual suspended train was very well themed, although the I think they could of made it slightly darker.
Upon entering the room I was so excited. The theming of the train and ambience is astounding. You can hear faint screams and the noises. And even hear the train moving in and out of the shell.
Unfortunately I caught a glimpse of the mirror which covers the movement of he train from the far end, but I was still impressed by how the mechanics were covered up, in such a convincing illusion.
The first VR section, was a bit buggy, however still reasonably scary.
Being rushed out of the train go me going, the actors doing a great job, and the station being very, very realistic. With smell pods everywhere, and it being quite cool, along with vibration effects.
The illusion of the train crashing into you was great, and quite realistic. All the effects really added to the illusion.
Straight after, you're rushed back into a different train, where the VR section is very immersive and thrilling. The monster made me move and shout a lot.
The only criticism on this bit is the green gas bit, lots of time wasted where something could've happened. Although it must be in order to wait for the next train to depart from the suspended train room.
Then, the monster picks up the train and throws it, the physical simulation was great. After this, the ride ends and a jump scare.