Just got back from a weekend stay downtown and visited both the ASYLUM next to Fremont Casino, and Amazing Jonathan's SCREAMONT in the rear of Las Vegas Club. ASYLUM is easily the superior of the two, with a large cast, professionally-done make-up, great "acting", and an effective layout with a spinning tunnel and white-out room. It is quite long and well worth the 15-dollar admission price. The entire set-up is brought in and sits across from the 3rd Street Stage. The SCREAMONT attraction costs 20 dollars, and is quite sad. A much smaller cast, unprofessional set-up (the tickets are purchased in the closed-down Vegas Club gift shop), and constructed out of black-painted plywood, old slot machine mazes, and used Vegas Club furniture. It also has a white-out room and spinning tunnel. The first part takes place in the closed-down bingo room that was once Frisky's nightclub. Then your guide takes you in a north-tower elevator to the second floor, where you go to a mock-up of some hotel rooms where the Upper Deck restaurant used to be. I was tempted to joke that it was no different than staying at Vegas Club, but that was too obvious of a joke. If you only plan on visiting one of these, ASYLUM is the obvious choice. In SCREAMONT's defense, there are a couple of sight-gags that are quite effective. But good luck finding it - I asked staff members that weren't even sure, and just strolled around until finding it. There weren't signs to guide you. Just sad. BTW, I just found this on the SCREAMONT FB page. Even they know it'll be a bust: The Screamont Experiment Saturday Soft opening last night for employees. Went ok. Tonight it will be better. Miller Lite dropped the ball on the advertising and it doesn't look like the hotel wants to help much. How will people know we exist without a single sign in the casino ? Lots of work for nothing.