Kace Colwell

Kace is an aspiring filmmaker in Southern California who spends a LOT of his time at theme parks. His proudest moments include creating “Single Rider”, a dramedy webseries about going to theme parks alone, and scoring 1,991,500 points on Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters. Can also be seen on YouTube and Facebook as UpperKace

The Serene Beauty of an Empty Disneyland After Dark

An increasingly common complaint about Disneyland is that it’s too crowded. Those darn annual passholders! Always getting in the way of my triple-baby stroller! But despite the large crowds that fill the park during the day and evening, the small window of time that occurs… Read More »The Serene Beauty of an Empty Disneyland After Dark

A Star Wars Land preview? Looking back at J4-K3’s appearances in Tomorrowland

As you probably know, a prototype droid named J4-K3 (made for the highly anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge) has been intermittently making appearances in Tomorrowland at Disneyland for over a year and a half now. Essentially an upgraded successor to Walt Disney Imagineering’s Living Character… Read More »A Star Wars Land preview? Looking back at J4-K3’s appearances in Tomorrowland

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Grizzly Peak undergoing extended refurbishment

In an oft-forgotten (yet rather large) corner of Disney California Adventure’s Grizzly Peak is the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail… for now. Home to ziplines, rope bridges, and the infamous Kenai’s Spirit Cave, the Trail is an elaborate playground with impressive attention to detail. While not… Read More »Grizzly Peak undergoing extended refurbishment

How to get on Space Mountain at Disneyland in under 5 minutes

Your thrilling ride through outer-space just became a bit more convenient thanks to the latest thing in theme park design — the single rider queue. Disneyland’s Space Mountain recently received a single rider queue, and it is incredible how smoothly it functions. A ride with… Read More »How to get on Space Mountain at Disneyland in under 5 minutes

Documenting Lost Disney Attractions

Change is inevitable. When it comes to Disney rides, change most often comes in the form of technical upgrades, rethemes, or even outright replacement (for better or worse). Unfortunately, the preservation of former ride experiences through video and other media is often neglected by Disney,… Read More »Documenting Lost Disney Attractions