Even though Halloween Horror Nights isn’t happening at Universal Orlando Resort this year, you can still bring some of the spooky tastes home with this recipe for the Fried PB&J with Bananas Sandwich![Read more…]
Universal Orlando confirmed on July 24 that Halloween Horror Nights was cancelled for 2020. But fans have held out hope that something would still happen. Recent rumors, permits, and audition call-backs seem to point to a smaller, modified offering. This will not be a Halloween Horror Nights 30 event reborn, but instead more like a taste of Halloween.[Read more…]
On this bonus episode of The Attractions Podcast, Brittani and Seth count down their top 5 dark rides across Orlando’s major theme parks.
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A post from Twitter user @HuckelCommaSean may have just revealed the ride vehicle design for the rumored Velocicoaster construction happening at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Recently, this roller coaster project added raptor figures to the construction site. Now, it appears we may have our first look at the coaster vehicle itself.[Read more…]
Recently, the rumored Velocicoaster construction had a large milestone with the introduction of raptors. While they are covered, it is easy to see these ravenous beasts in their new home. These photos, by Bioreconstruct on Twitter, let us get our first view at the raptors in their upcoming enclosure.[Read more…]
“Bill & Ted Face the Music” brings the Wild Stylans, now middle aged fathers, together again as they struggle to write the song that will bring peace and harmony to the universe. It’s been nearly 30 years since we last saw Bill and Ted on screen, and I have to say it’s “most excellent” to have them back. *air guitar*[Read more…]
While part of the 2020 Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store opened in late July, the final two rooms have just been revealed. These rooms are based on “Beetlejuice” and other iconic aspects of Halloween Horror Nights. Guests who visit can admire the detail, purchase merchandise, and get speciality food and beverage offerings.[Read more…]