Sean: After spending nearly 3 weeks in Asia to visit 20+ theme parks, we’re back home in Los Angeles. While catching up with work and preparing posts for all those Asian theme parks we’re launching this new Six Flags Magic Mountain Update! Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – October 9th 2018”
Derrion: Hello Everyone! I thought it would be great to take a quick detour from all of the Fright Fest activities and swing by Six Flags Magic Mountain for a quick park update. There were not many changes this time around because of the on going halloween event but I was surprised to see how beautiful the park was today. Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Park Update – Early October 2018”
Derrion: It is now Halloween season at Six Flags Magic Mountain! This is my favorite time of year because I love getting spooked and seeing the horror genre come to life with-in the park. This update will focus solely on the shows, scare zones, and mazes for Fright Fest 2018.
Derrion: When life gives me lemons, I ride roller coasters. What better way to do this than by stopping by one of my favorite amusement parks: Six Flags Magic Mountain. I am happy I did because Fright Fest begins in a few days! This update will feature last minute Fright Fest preparations, general park changes, along with the current status of the West Coast Racers construction sight!
Six Flags Magic Mountain’s 26th season of Fright Fest® will be the biggest and scariest in the park’s history. Voted the Best Theme Park Halloween Event by USA TODAY readers, Six Flags Magic Mountain leaves no tombstone unturned to deliver what guests want most…an all-out terrifying experience. The bone-chilling lineup of new haunted attractions features two new scare zones and three new mazes, including a terrifying recreation of scenes from the upcoming horror movie release, Hell Fest. Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain – Fright Fest 2018 Lineup!”
Sean: After a spectacular announcement party and late-night construction tour of West Coast Racers last week, we were back at the park to enjoy an afternoon of coasters. In this week’s update we’ll take a look at all of the Fright Fest preparations, general park changes, and of course West Coast Racers construction! Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – West Coast Racers – September 5th 2018”
Sean: Six Flags Discovery Kingdom quietly waited with teasing and announcing their big new attraction while other big parks announced theirs. The Bay Area Six Flags park just announced their new-for-2019 roller coaster, an S&S coaster named Batman: The Ride! Continue reading “Batman™: The Ride – Free-Fly Coaster – NEW at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in 2019”
Alexander: Good morning! As most of you are already aware, Six Flags Magic Mountain has made history by announcing their 20th roller coaster: West Coast Racers, a quadruple-launch möbius racing coaster from Premier Rides.
Sean: Six Flags Magic Mountain announces their 20th roller coaster: West Coast Racers. The West Coast Customs inspired roller coaster features 4 inversion, 4 launches, custom designed trains, as well as a special pit stop featuring West Coast Customs Founder and CEO, Ryan Friedlinghaus! Continue reading “West Coast Racers – Quadruple Launch Racing Coaster – Coming to Six Flags Magic Mountain in 2019!”
Sean: Six Flags Magic Mountain’s now relocated roller coasters Deja Vu was one of my all-time favorite coasters. The Vekoma Giant Inverted Boomerang, the particular type of coaster, was plagued with maintenance and operational downtime which led to the relocation of the ride from Six Flags Magic Mountain to Six Flags New England in 2011, where it opened as Goliath in for the 2012 season. – Fast forward to 2018, it was time for us to check out the last remaining Giant Inverted Boomerang in the United States to run the original Vekoma trains. Thus we made the pilgrimage to Silverwood in Idaho. Home to a Deja Vu named Aftershock. Continue reading “Silverwood – Home of Deja Vu: Aftershock”