Closed For Storm

Jason Hammond's avatar

I've been following Bright Sun Films for a while now. I enjoyed watching Closed for Storm. He's done shorter videos about other parks on his channel as well. He's posted 3 different videos on Disney in the last month. I recommend checking out his channel. I'm always excited when I get a notification that he's posted a new video. He did one on Hard Rock Park last year. For those who are interested, here is his channel.


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Brent Sullivan's avatar

Thanks for sharing this. There are some interesting videos in there.

It's on Tubi now for those that don't have Prime

Vater's avatar

LostKause said:

I bailed about twenty minutes into the movie. I couldn't stay focused on it. It would have done better as a half-hour, more tightly cut documentary

100%. I just made it through the entire hour and seventeen minute film and more than half of it was like watching paint dry. Holy **** was that footage screaming for an editor.

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ApolloAndy:

or Drachen Fyre.

You keep that coaster's name out of your mouth.


"I've been born again my whole life." -SAVED

I visited Jazzland (pre-Six Flags) for a few hours in the summer of 2000. Megazeph was brand new and a really strong CCI, though I remember enjoying it more in the front than the back. Even when new the back of the train was pretty hammer-y. Jocco's Mardi Gras Madness was one of the best Sally dark rides at the time. The location was really awkward and hard to get to, in a sort of no-man's land between the city and the suburbs due to the large lakes around there. But there was no public transportation to get there at the time, I had to take a very long and expensive cab ride to get there from the convention center area.


"I've been born again my whole life." -SAVED

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