It’s almost Halloween, which has my thoughts turning toward things that scared the snot out of me as a young kid. It took me years to work up the courage to go on one particular Disney attraction and there is at least one attraction where… Read More »6 Disney rides that scare the snot out of little kids
They say a film can be made into almost anything in the editing room. Mark Anthony Onzo has risen to that challenged and edited together a couple of trailers that re-imagine some recent Disney and Pixar animated classics as horror films. Take a look at… Read More »Pixar’s Brave or Disney’s Frozen, which makes the better horror movie?
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 below the jump is from the Jin Jaing Action Park.
Disney’s agreement to distribute films by Dreamworks Pictures has moved Disney into the horror business. Not the cute Haunted Mansion variety of horror either, but rather full blood curdling fun of Vampires. “Fright Night” is an updated take on the 1985 horror and vampire classic. At least it’s a popular trend these days. Plus two of my favorite actors are in it (Toni Collette and David Tennant).
Fright Night flies into theaters August 19th, 2011.
The full plot synopsis is below the jump:
I know this is a few months old, but it’s new for me. A great re-cut fan trailer for Stitch if it was a Horror movie: Hey, they could re-theme Stitch’s Great Escape back to Alien Encounter without changing the AAs.
In 1964 the facade of what would become Disneyland’s famous Haunted Mansion sat empty, unoccupied by any of its future ghostly residents, waiting for Imagineers to return from other projects to finish the attraction. But that same year, perhaps to remind the public that the… Read More »Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House!