disneylandguru
disneylandguru:

disneylandguru:
Harry Potter Day is an Unoffical day Celebrated at Disneyland, so Harry Potter/Disney fans perhaps you should mark your calenders for November 2nd, 2014!



For seven years Harry Potter Day at Disneyland has brought together witches and wizards from all over the southland and beyond for a day of well-mannered frivolity in The Magic Kingdom. For one magical day the amusement enterprise in Anaheim California which the muggles see only as Disneyland is transformed into Yensid’s School of Sorcery! On Sunday, November 2nd, classes convene for the final time and our story reaches its exciting crescendo.This entry will be updated in the near future to include details regarding the 2014 event. In the meantime feel free to peruse this page for recaps of previous years’ adventures and keep abreast of updates on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/harrypotterdayatdisneyland!

disneylandguru:

disneylandguru:

Harry Potter Day is an Unoffical day Celebrated at Disneyland, so Harry Potter/Disney fans perhaps you should mark your calenders for November 2nd, 2014!

For seven years Harry Potter Day at Disneyland has brought together witches and wizards from all over the southland and beyond for a day of well-mannered frivolity in The Magic Kingdom. For one magical day the amusement enterprise in Anaheim California which the muggles see only as Disneyland is transformed into Yensid’s School of Sorcery! On Sunday, November 2nd, classes convene for the final time and our story reaches its exciting crescendo.

This entry will be updated in the near future to include details regarding the 2014 event. In the meantime feel free to peruse this page for recaps of previous years’ adventures and keep abreast of updates on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/harrypotterdayatdisneyland
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tumblinwithhotties

tumblinwithhotties:

"The Morning After" by Bruno Collins

The morning after a drunken night out Harry’s (Joshua Berg) world is turned upside down when as he awakens to discover a naked man, Thom (Luke Striffler), in his bed. stunned and confused he tries to make sense of his repressed desires. In an attempt to re-assert his heterosexuality he revisits an old lover, Lucy (Juliet Lundholm), but finds little comfort from the encounter. Harry is left to make a decision: to follow his set path and return to his doting girlfriend Jess (Jane Alice), or attempt to understand his own wants and desires. Little over 15 minutes, well worth the time.  Warning: Nudity, NSFW

disneylandguru
disneylandguru:

 Fun Facts about Haunted Mansion Holiday
Supernatural Sweets — Every year, a new gingerbread house is created for the celebration scene in the Mansion’s Grand Hall. The strange and wonderful treats are almost always “supernatural.”
The Eerie Exterior – More than 400 flickering candles create a ghostly glow on the façade of the Haunted Mansion.  Each night, more than 100 jack-o-lanterns shine their ghoulish light.
The Haunted Elevator – New for 2013, Jack Skellington and his ghost dog Zero  appear in a fully animated sequence on the ceiling of the “stretching” room, which transports guests into the depths of the Mansion.
The Portrait Gallery – Ghost dog Zero now makes a surprise appearance among the spooky, transforming portraits in the gallery corridor.
The Graveyard – The graveyard inside Haunted Mansion Holiday is covered with nearly 7,500 square feet of snow. More than 20 gallons of UV (ultra-violet) paint is used to enhance the snow’s eerie glow.  Nearly 1,000 tiny, orange lights decorate the trees.
Graveyard Ice Angels – The iconic Graveyard Ice Angels are designed with a jagged, ice-carved look. Their ethereal wings and snow-glow colors shine with a more ghoulish luster than ever this year.
Deck the Halls — Each season, thousands of feet of “Black Gnarly” garland is draped and hung inside and outside Haunted Mansion Holiday.  Jack’s faithful dog Zero gathered more than 200 bones to use as décor, garland and presents.
“Come Out to Socialize” - More than two dozen additional animated figures “materialize” inside the Mansion whenever Jack brings his Haunted Mansion Holiday around.  From man-eating wreaths to vampire teddy bears, they wait all year to join in the holiday spirit.
Home Creepy Home - Creepy cobwebs are artistically kept (not swept!) year-round to make Jack Skellington and the 999 Happy Haunts feel right at home.
Seasonal Séance Room - Madame Leota’s “13 Days of Christmas” are featured in 13 spinning Fortune Cards that tell of the Christmas gifts which, as she proclaims, “My ghoul love gave to me…”
Kim Irvine, daughter of the original Madame Leota – For this seasonal attraction, Imagineer Kim Irvine makes a spirited performance as the Haunted Mansion’s favorite psychic, floating inside the Haunted Mansion’s Crystal Ball in the Séance Room. Leota Toombs, Disney Legend and long-time Imagineer, first gave life to the floating head.
Haunting Gingerbread Smells - The haunting scent of tasty gingerbread wafts throughout the Grand Hall, tempting Happy Haunts and guests alike.
 

disneylandguru:

 Fun Facts about Haunted Mansion Holiday

  • Supernatural Sweets — Every year, a new gingerbread house is created for the celebration scene in the Mansion’s Grand Hall. The strange and wonderful treats are almost always “supernatural.”
  • The Eerie Exterior – More than 400 flickering candles create a ghostly glow on the façade of the Haunted Mansion.  Each night, more than 100 jack-o-lanterns shine their ghoulish light.
  • The Haunted Elevator – New for 2013, Jack Skellington and his ghost dog Zero  appear in a fully animated sequence on the ceiling of the “stretching” room, which transports guests into the depths of the Mansion.
  • The Portrait Gallery – Ghost dog Zero now makes a surprise appearance among the spooky, transforming portraits in the gallery corridor.
  • The Graveyard – The graveyard inside Haunted Mansion Holiday is covered with nearly 7,500 square feet of snow. More than 20 gallons of UV (ultra-violet) paint is used to enhance the snow’s eerie glow.  Nearly 1,000 tiny, orange lights decorate the trees.
  • Graveyard Ice Angels – The iconic Graveyard Ice Angels are designed with a jagged, ice-carved look. Their ethereal wings and snow-glow colors shine with a more ghoulish luster than ever this year.
  • Deck the Halls — Each season, thousands of feet of “Black Gnarly” garland is draped and hung inside and outside Haunted Mansion Holiday.  Jack’s faithful dog Zero gathered more than 200 bones to use as décor, garland and presents.
  • “Come Out to Socialize” - More than two dozen additional animated figures “materialize” inside the Mansion whenever Jack brings his Haunted Mansion Holiday around.  From man-eating wreaths to vampire teddy bears, they wait all year to join in the holiday spirit.
  • Home Creepy Home - Creepy cobwebs are artistically kept (not swept!) year-round to make Jack Skellington and the 999 Happy Haunts feel right at home.
  • Seasonal Séance Room - Madame Leota’s “13 Days of Christmas” are featured in 13 spinning Fortune Cards that tell of the Christmas gifts which, as she proclaims, “My ghoul love gave to me…”
  • Kim Irvine, daughter of the original Madame Leota – For this seasonal attraction, Imagineer Kim Irvine makes a spirited performance as the Haunted Mansion’s favorite psychic, floating inside the Haunted Mansion’s Crystal Ball in the Séance Room. Leota Toombs, Disney Legend and long-time Imagineer, first gave life to the floating head.
  • Haunting Gingerbread Smells - The haunting scent of tasty gingerbread wafts throughout the Grand Hall, tempting Happy Haunts and guests alike.