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Warning watching the following video may induce nausea and nightmares. The dolls look like zombies and the song is extra creepy plus those lights. Ow. There actually two of them in China. the above is Suzhou Amusementland and the one … Continue reading
If Disney has any concerns about the viability of its theme parks in China, you need look no further than Wonderland. Construction on Wonderland, located outside of Beijing, started in 1998 but was never finished. Instead all that’s left is … Continue reading
Disney Parks released a video a few days ago entitled “Imagineers Use of Innovative Technology to Build New Fantasyland”. As the name suggests, the video demonstrates the significance of innovative visualization technologies, primarily the iPad, that have helped Imagineers in building the … Continue reading
Walt Disney World has released a list of injuries that occurred on attractions for the second quarter of 2011. It’s not long and not surprising. However, having witnessed a couple of non-attraction related injuries in the park myself (and a … Continue reading
The announcement that LEGOLAND Florida would be coming to Polk County was greeted with the happy realization that the park would mean plenty of jobs for a region that had been hurting a lot in the recession. There have been … Continue reading