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Located by the front entrance. This midway has a lot of boardwalk carnival games to choose from that include great prizes. A Medieval themed-show where guests can participate by dressing up into different costumes and being the stars of the show. An enchanted Christmas forest which is Santa Claus' summer home. Guests can tell Santa what they want for Christmas ahead of time and get free cookie cutters.
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The park also houses an arcade filled with video games where guests can win tickets to redeem for prizes. A forest that is full of giant-sized candy canes and a maze that is located next to it. Both are located directly across from Santa's Barn. A sentient, radioactive cloud? Worse: The Nothing is nothing. It is oblivion — the great unknown; the cold and lifeless void beyond our realm of understanding. Hey kiddies, wrap your little heads around that meaty chunk of existential crisis. Oh, and that princess? Some say cute, I say creepy. Miss Piggy- and Gonzo-loving kids and parents must have thought this J.
Tolkien-like epic would be an adorable Kermit-dressed-as-a-Hobbit romp. Oh, and those gigantic beetle things with their skin-crawling chattering — always with the chattering. The Adventures of Mark Twain You may have caught this one during your summers as a fat boy holed up inside a darkened house avoiding sunlight like it was poison. Oh wait, that was me. Claymation apocalypse, anyone? The Peanut Butter Solution Sure, the movie seems all fine and dandy — until you press play.
Then he goes bald from said ghosts. Lesson to all the dads out there: Stick to Rogaine. Song of the South All the ingredients for a happy-go-lucky kid flick are there: The rabbits are cute, the foxes are adorable. You and your kids could watch the whole thing and sleep an undisturbed sleep.
Wizard of Oz Okay, I do not think anything about this movie is scary, but a lot of people do. As in, heads. See below. And by realistic flesh, I mean realistic for a burn victim. This thing is horrifying from top to bottom.
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A holiday film by the star of Forrest Gump? Tom Hanks playing Santa Claus as well as thirty-seven other roles? From the death of Old Yeller we learn three things: 1. New friends will always turn on you. If you ever open your heart to love something, it will contract rabies and try to kill you. The Secret of Nimh You know you are in for a less-than-cheerful ride within the first minute when we learn that dad mouse is dead and baby mouse is dying. Hmmm, an inauspicious start for fun family entertainment, if I may say so.
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What strikes me even now about this movie is how very real the peril these mice get into feels. My young brain was not prepared for a cartoon that was so gritty.
The Care Bears Movie Not an obvious choice. My daughter claimed this one to be scary, but she could get spooked by a stiff wind. And yet, as I polled adults for their scary kid movie picks, this one popped up. Because a little boy turns into an evil magician, with red glowing eyes and everything. But who needs those limp attempts at scary when you have this:. Not scary enough? What if said monsters looked and sounded just like schtick-master Howie Mandel? The Witches Roald Dahl hits the list again, aided and abetted by Anjelica Huston vamping the wallpaper right off the walls.
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The film did that description justice. Steven Spielberg made his good guy the most terrifying thing you could imagine. A generation of children learned that aliens can be friendly — once you get past all the ear-splitting shrieking and the fact they look like lions after being dipped in lava and having their head flattened with a lead pipe.