This wonderful Maleficent bust would be perfect as a centerpiece for your Halloween party.
In this record album, there seems to be a “sleep” theme. One side is the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, and the other side in the story of Rip Van Winkle.
‘Tis the season for screaming . . . with these nifty “Nightmare Before Christmas” paper dolls.
Any true Haunted Mansion fan should be very familiar with this classic record. Whether you own an original record, or a digital copy (available from many online music stores), “The Haunted Mansion” is a 25-minute feast for the imagination.
When visiting Disneyland (or any Disney theme park, really), souvenirs are a must-have. If you don’t have much spending money—who does, with the price of food, parking, and admission—bringing home a piece of the park can be hard. But, you can find them for cheap or even free.
I was doing a little bit of sprucing up on the paper model catalog, fixing layout and whatnot, when I made an amazing discovery.
This Stitch paper model is a tad hard to download if you don’t know what to look for. The website in in Korean, but, fortunately, we’ve got instructions for you.
Inspired by the title typeface of the film, “Maleficent,” PentaGram’s Malefissent is an elegant and creepy little font.
With the popularity of Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion attraction, this album has lasted for decades . . . even though it had nothing to do with the attraction.
Print out your own Indiana Jones Adventure decoder sheet right at home to take to the park.