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Disneyland Paris: Rivers of the Far West on the Molly Brown

Let's cruise down Disneyland Paris' Rivers of the Far West with Alain Littaye on the newly refurbished Molly Brown. ~~Rick Disneyland Paris: Rivers of the Far West on the Molly Brown by Alain Littaye Disney and more blog Here's a big Disneyland Paris update for you with great pictures from Max Fan, D&M contributor and DLPWelcome webmaster. Today, we're going back...

The Haunted Mansion Show: Happy Haunting Halloween

Ah, there you are; and just in time! Welcome, foolish mortals, to the second season of “The Haunted Mansion Show!” What better time for the show to be resurrected than Halloween; if only the manor’s groundskeeper, Horace, wasn’t so timid about it. With the help from some otherworldly friends, the Ghost Host will shed some light on the subject...

Disafterdark Series 3, Episode 1a – We are back.

We are back from our various summer breaks, the team is here and raring to get back on air. Not too much has changed, we still drink occasionally and we talk about disney stuff. We have a new theme track on the way, so if you you know of anyone who can sing that would help us   :-) In this...

Halloween Horror Nights 4 at Universal Studios Singapore Review

As a die hard Universal Parks fan, and a true fan of Halloween Horror Nights, you can imagine how heart broken I was when I learned I would not be able to attend Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando this year, due to being abroad in Asia.  Then I realized that Universal Studios brought Halloween Horror Nights to Universal Studios...

Unofficial Universal Orlando Podcast #114 – Islands of Adventure Orientation Part 2

Thank you everyone for joining us again, we hope you are all eager to learn the information that will help you help us bring this amazing theme park to life for all our guests. Once again, we invite you to Islands of Adventure Orientation, during this session we will give you all the background information and facts that will allow...

Happy Halloween and Merry Christmas at the Disneyland Resort

Happy Halloween everyone!  The Disneyland Resort is in the middle of a major holiday identity crisis as we reach All Hallows' Eve today, October 31st.   Yes, there are still oodles of orange bunting on Main Street and pumpkins in the hub, but Sleeping Beauty Castle is covered in ghostly white snow and New Orleans Square is nearly fully...

Fantasia Music Evolved and Alive

First, a little background: I first played Fantasia: Music Evolved at E3 in 2013. The game was on the still-wonky XBox ONE, which hadn't been released yet to the general public. The concept was strong, the game itself a work of art, but the interface kept giving out, leading the embarrassed crew from Harmonix restarting the game over and...

Camp Minnie-Mickey

At Yester Animal Kingdom, there’s Camp Minnie-Mickey. It’s a rustic camp like something in the Adirondack Mountains of Upstate New York. Disney characters hang out here.   Read the full YESTERLAND article HERE: Camp Minnie-Mickey   When you are done reading, please leave your comments below.

Marvelous Marvel – The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Part 1

Please give a warm MiceChat welcome to our newest contributor, Noe Valladolid. Noe is a Marvel and video game fan. Today begins his epic multi-part guide on the lore and backstory of The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Marvel Entertainment has been making a lot of waves in pop culture circles over the past decade. It started out as a small comic...

Your Guide to Club Level at Walt Disney World

One of the questions I come across while chatting with guests, both new and veteran, is whether or not club level is “worth it.” Worthiness is definitely subjective, but if you're considering the splurge, here are a few of the main perks for a Walt Disney World club level guest. Club Level Availability Club level rooms are available at every deluxe...

Big Changes Coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Hello, and welcome to Dateline Disney World! This week, we're taking a look at some of the big upcoming changes to Disney's Hollywood Studios. Lights . . . action . . . camera . . . Well, I have a feeling that this week's content and news will spark lots of discussion, and we'd love to hear it in the...

Allure of The Seas

Today, Bob Gurr shares images from his 2014 family reunion voyage on the massive Royal Caribbean Allure of the Sea. Set a course for adventure, this ship is amazing. Disney Cruise Lines operates four beautiful cruise ships that are Disney fan favorites. Magic and Wonder are 84,000 ton size ships carrying 1754 passengers, while Dream and Fantasy are 130,000 tons...

The Empty Grave Fills a Spot in Orange County California

The wonderful independent haunt, The Empty Grave, is back to make Halloween lovers scream with delight once more. Celebrating their 10th year, they are back with twisted new sets, diabolical scares and, of course, eager monsters waiting for your company. You wouldn't know it, but the Empty Grave came dangerously close to not happening this year. Their former location...

OH NO HE DIDN’T – Where Was Walt Disney Born

Welcome to OH NO HE DIDN’T, a collection of the Internet’s most outrageous statements of “facts” about Walt Disney,  (No, he isn’t frozen. Clarence Birdseye sleeps alone.) as well as additional information and resources that can help you clear up any really, really idiotic misunderstandings. for the first installment, let's start by killing two birds with one stone. Was Walt...

Sinister Pointe is Bloody Fun

Jeff Schiefelbein, the creative mind behind Sinister Pointe, is a sick man.  In his many maniacal mazes, haunted houses, and horror events he has concocted endless ways to make visitors cringe.  We have been shoved into claustrophobia tunnels, forced to cross creaking planks over foggy swamps, and we were even made to shove our hands down garbage disposals.  You...

SeaWorld San Antonio Halloween Spooktacular and Cursed

It's October, which means Halloween for many theme parks, including SeaWorld. At SeaWorld Orlando, San Diego and San Antonio, they hold an awesome family friendly Halloween event called SeaWorld's Halloween Spooktacular. SeaWorld San Antonio turns things up an extra notch with Howl-O-Scream. When the clock strikes 7pm, the Spooktacular ends and the Curse begins. Grab your Shamu Trick-or-Treat bag...

Halloween Time freezes over as the holidays move in at Disneyland

There may be another week of Halloween Time left but Disneyland is wasting no time stringing up the Christmas lights and garland. Sleeping Beauty Castle is already covered in snow while New Orleans Square is covered in garland, lights, and beads for the holidays. Meanwhile, refurbishments continue on Main Street while work on the new Guest Flow...

Honey, We’ll Miss You – Remembering Marcia Strassman

Marcia Strassman passed away on October 25, 2014, following a seven-year battle with cancer. She was 66 years old. Strassman carried an important part of the Disney legacy during the 90s and 2000s, starring as the loving but often exasperated Diane Szalinski, wife of inventor Wayne Szalinski, who invents a shrink ray and ends up shrinking the kids, the audience,...

Mousetalgia Podcast 314: Disney artist Bridget McCarty, Tower of Terror

It's a horror-ific Halloween special edition of Mousetalgia, as we talk pumpkins, haunted hotels and hat boxes! First, Mousetalgia talks to Disney artist and pumpkin carver extraordinaire Bridget McCarty about her art background, her work for Disney, and her incredible pumpkins, which she carves in person in Big Thunder Ranch at Disneyland. Bridget even shares some professional pumpkin decorating...

Around the World(s) in 24 Hours: Disney Parks Coast to Coast

Recently, I attempt to tackle all 6 of Disney's US Theme Parks in a 24 hour period. That's right, Orlando to Anaheim. This had been done in the past by others, so I decided to add a few extra stops to the mix. A Water Park, Mini Golf, Downtown Disney, and a few Disney Resorts. How many could I...