Going to reopen this debate, because I think it's a good one.
Black Hole is a super looking game, and it's fun to shoot on with all those drops. With the multiball, lower playfield and spinning backglass, it's really in a class all it's own, and can be challenging.
However, Haunted House is masterpiece looking game. The backglass is among the very best in pinball imho, and the artwork is again, among the very best if not the best, it's fantastic. The game reminds me much of vintage ''Haunted Mansion''
The gameplay however, is questionable. It can be a lot of fun or it can be so so. There are things about HH that I wish they did better, such as the left side where the ball enters the playfield. During normal play, this feels like a very wasted space to shoot for, yet the ball gets in there now and then. The basement is excellent, though the ball does seem to get down here often, maybe too often? There are just too many ways to get down there (4 ways!)
HH is widely known as a wasted effort. No speech and no multiball. While it's possible to convert it to both, it's not cheap and doesn't appear to be too easy. Where Haunted House really shines is the nostalgia tied to it, it's a 1982 pinball, the art is amazingly good and the game is overall, enjoyable and fun to play, because with 3 playfields it truly feels like you're playing in a Haunted House.
Overall, slight nod to Haunted House, but just barely.