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Rougarou - Cedar Point 2015
Mantis officially is being converted from a B&M Stand-up coaster to a B&M Floorless Coaster, and it is going to be awesome!

coastermadness:

This just in, Cedar Point has surprisingly announced their plans for 2015. The rumors are true! Mantis will be transforming into Rougarou, a floorless coaster. Click here for a video
In other news, Cedar Point will also be renovating Hotel Breakers

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The Wilhelm scream of newspapers: The Recurring Prop Newspaper
bubbashelby:

Wilhelm scream, the aftermath.

bubbashelby:

Wilhelm scream, the aftermath.

 - The Wilhelm Scream
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themovieguy:

Unless you’re Amish or you were born deaf, chances are you’ve heard the Wilhelm scream before. First used in the film Distant Drums in 1951 to accompany a man having his arm bitten off by an alligator, this stock sound effect has been used in a wide array of films.

Sound designer Ben Burtt discovered the original recording of the Wilhelm scream and incorporated it into a scene in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1977 and ever since then, it has become somewhat of an inside joke between sound designers who have tried to include it in as many films as possible.

The famous scream is featured in Titanic, Inglourious Basterds, Juno, Poltergeist, Sin City and over 200 other films (and counting).

willigula:

The monster holding the girl is like a Wilhelm scream for movie posters.

weirdisms:

Wilhelm scream



The Wilhelm scream is a film and television stock sound effect first used in 1951 for the film Distant Drums. The effect gained new popularity (its use often becoming an inside-joke) after it was used in Star Wars and many other blockbuster films as well as television programs and video games. The scream is often used when someone is shot, falls from a great height, or is thrown from an explosion.