One of the biggest headaches, if not THE biggest one at the Walt Disney World and Universal Studios theme parks, is waiting in line for the rides. Everyone is different in respect to their tolerance of waiting in line.
Still on nature related fun, you must check out the La Brea Tar Pits and visit the George C. Page Museum while you are still up for fun. At National Natural Landmark, you can spoil yourself to a serving of some of LA’s greatest nature spots. You can even get as close as you can to the Hollywood sign as you take a hike around Griffith Park.
“Fear Factor Live” will tap volunteers from the audience to participate in the various stunts on the show. And with as many as three to five shows each day, everyone has a pretty good chance of getting in front of the cameras.
This little girl (whom was played by Linda Blair) scared adults all around the country so bad that they probably couldn’t sleep for a while. She spits vomit, violent, talks cruel and worst of all her head spins around. The Exorcist is a tale about demonic possession that still has affects to audiences till this day.
Although most famous for her small role at the start of 1931’s Dracula (in which she reads aloud from a Transylvanian tour book, and in so doing, became the first person ever to speak in a horror movie), Ms. Laemmle comes from true movie royalty: she is the niece of Carl Laemmle, the founder of Universal Studio Singapore. As such, she spent much of her childhood on that fabled back lot, appearing in movies like 1925’s Phantom of the Opera with Lon Chaney, and forming close friendships with fabled horror actors like Boris Karloff and Dwight Frye.
If you enjoy experiencing unique rollercoasters, make your first stop is at Revenge of the Mummy, a thrilling indoor rollercoaster that sends you up against fireballs, scarab beetles, and an army of warrior mummies. The Mummy plunges you into total darkness at speeds of up to 45 mph. You’ll find Revenge of the Mummy in an area of Universal Studios themed after New York City.
Marc Warren: Dracula (2006) this was An TV movie for BBC. It is a different version than the book and other movies. The show got a record 5.23 millions who viewed it.