Friday, October 19, 2012


Alright, so I saw the movie at Downtown Disney and it was one of the best movies I have seen in a while. The black and white movie was actually one I did not mind being in black and white. They did a great job with character development, and connected with children in terms of the relationship with the boy and his dog. There is also the fact that Tim Burton based it off of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" it is a great novel to those who have read it and you can see the many themes of the book inside of the movie as well.

The plot focus on Victor Frankenstein and his pet dog Sparky. He is killed and he decides to bring his dog back to life. Through science, which is almost considered taboo in the city of New Holland which has a large spinning wheel at the top of the town, there are many students who want to trump one another with their science fair projects and they think that Victor will win the science project with his mutant dog.

The whole movie leads you through horror, laughs, and thrills. It is a great movie and the score by Danny Elfman is just as good.

If you want a good Halloween movie to see that isn't going to make you scared out of your wits, but has enough horror for one to understand that it is horror, I recommend this movie completely!

Halloweentime at the Disneyland Resort

The same promo every year, but this is 2010's. I like the one from this year, as they have Ursula in the Tower of Terror.

Been a While

Sorry for not posting for a while. Been busy with a lot of stuff in real life. I have made many different Disney trips since my last post, and I have done almost all of Carsland. I have only missed one ride, and I will speak on the other rides, as well as our favorite time of the year...HALLOWEEN!