This brilliant attraction has an easy start but an exuberant finish: Part dark ride, part coaster, it goes backward and forward, twists on a turntable, and even spends a harrowing moment stalled in a room as the ceiling crawls with fire. (It doesn’t go upside-down.) To say much more would give away some clever shocks. I’ve told you what you need to know, except that it’s one of the best rides in this park, and it’s miles better than the cheaper version at Universal in Los Angeles. Strategy: You must put loose articles in the lockers in the Paradise Theatre—they’re free for the posted ride time plus 30 minutes, but after that they cost $3 every half-hour. There are three lines: express, standby, and single; there’s no way to see if the single line is faster until you’re deep in the building.