On this episode of the WDW Kingdomcast we are joined by Tim Grassey of wdwthemeparks.com as we started to address what Disney's response, if any. to the news about the addition over at Universal (Harry Potter 2.0). Somehow it turns into 30 minutes of rippin on DAK (standard issue) and some other random ass shit towards the end. Don't mind the traffic/streetmosphere noise in the background, Gary now broadcasts live from the bus stop across the street for the sole purpose of bumming smokes off people that walk by. And it's closer to McDonalds. Also be sure to check out the vid IBM put out of "The World's Smallest Movie" made from a single atom. This film is featured in Innoventions bringing some much needed "edutainment" back to EPCOT.
On this episode of the WDW Kingdomcast we are joined by Jonathan Hopkins and Brett Rumplestiltskin from the WDW Fan Boys as we cover all sorts of shit from the DAK 15th anniversary to the upcoming 24 hour event on May 24th! There is no real general topic for this show, it’s kinda all over the place, imagine that!
On this episode of the WDW Kingdomcast we are joined by Mac May as we cover some of the TV sitcoms that have visited the parks! In the 90's just about every popular sitcom on ABC hit the parks at some point, and why not? it was free publicity! We also cover some of the sitcoms that should have hit the parks in our opinion!
On this episode of the WDW Kingdomcast we are once again joined by author Leonard Kinsey as he takes us to Amsterdam to talk about his recent trip there. He covers everything from Space Cakes, weed coffee shops, the Red Light District, live sex shows with masturbating gorillas, to the Efteling Amusement Park! Efteling features a lot of Disney like dark rides and attractions, as well as park theming! Lots of good stories in this show and gives ya a taste of the many pleasures to enjoy in Amsterdam!
On this episode of the WDW Kingdomcast we are once again joined by hosts of the Communicore Weekly Jeff Humbucker and George Taylor as we cover the days when corporate sponsors around the Magic Kingdom made a world of difference for the better in attraction quality and even food! Something you will notice over the last decade is the decline in corporate sponsorship in attractions around park. Tomorrowland being the most prominent of areas as this land that used to inspire and give aspiration to "the tomorrow that never was" is now mostly one big ad promoting Disney films. Every attraction that has lost corporate sponsorship and has been replaced with a Disney/Pixar attraction blows compared to what used to be! Lets not forget the FedEx Space Mountain post show! We get it, pimp the movies, but your an ass hat if you think the attractions in Tomorrowland that have been replaced are superior (MILF/Buzz/Stitch). We're not saying bring back the old shit, grab a fuckin sponsor and build something that leaves lasting memories, something that will inspire guests to want to bring their kids back to ride that shit with em!