The Haunted Mansion is one of Disney’s greatest creations. It’s also an unfixable, thematic mess, which is part of its appeal. Disney has allowed it to remain imperfect for the past half century, a wise exception to the company’s notorious perfectionism.
This might look like a regular hot dog. It’s not. This is a Coca-Cola flavored pulled pork hot dog. But don’t get too excited just yet!
Disney Punks: don't confuse the Neverlanders for a gang—they're just a group of hardcore tattooed Disney fanatics that roam Disneyland in denim vests. Vice has the fascinating story here.
If you've ever watched Zombieland or played L4D2's Dark Carnival, then you already know that going to a theme park when the world is overrun by zombies maaay not be the best idea. ...or it might be the best idea. Especially if said theme park is Disneyland!
Video games and theme parks have quite a bit in common—they're both engineered areas that encourage people to explore, even while controlling the overall experience.
Wired Game|Life editor (and my former boss) Chris Kohler published an excellent story today about his exploits in Disneyland last weekend. He wasn't there just to float down log flume rivers or hang out with Mickey Mouse; he went to solve puzzles, Professor Layton style.
Disneyland attraction "Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Forbidden Eye" has been recreated by a modder in zombie first-person-shooter Left 4 Dead 2.