How to Cope When Disney Closes Your Favorite Ride

The Universe of Energy closing date is almost upon us. Those clever vampires in Disney Merchandising are already selling t-shirts featuring the word “Extinct.” It gives me some ideas about how to monetize my own funeral. This is not the first vintage Disney ride to close. It’s not even the best. In the late 90s, […]

Will Park Fans Enjoy Spider-Man Homecoming?

Spider-Man Homecoming opened this weekend. You heard it here first. If you spread the word, maybe this little indie can recoup its cost. There’s a lot of crossover between movies and theme parks. Disneyland was built by movie-makers. It uses movie tricks to tell movie stories. It even sells overpriced popcorn. So maybe there’s room to […]

Parkeology: Disney News Update 6/30/17

With lots of big events soon to be announced at D-23 we thought it was about time to start a semi-regular column covering some of our thoughts on the current Disney news. We know that everyone’s feeds get inundated with Disney PR as is, but we hope to cut through some of the haze. Don’t […]

10 Insane Details in the Avatar Flight of Passage Queue

The Avatar Flight of Passage queue may be the longest, most elaborate queue in theme park history. In an industry that includes an entire campus visit to Hogwarts, that’s saying something. If complete, total immersion is your high-water mark for theme park design, then the Avatar Flight of Passage queue will breach your sandbag barricade and send a tidal […]

Secret Bedroom Discovered at Epcot’s Land Pavilion

I know the whole idea of a secret bedroom highly intrigues some of you, nevermind one at Epcot. I’m not sure what type of person gets intrigued by secret bedrooms. I guess you. In case you’re wondering if it’s a fancy guest room like the Cinderella Castle Suite, the answer is no. You can’t stay […]