The Coaster Critic is a roller coaster enthusiast that loves reading and writing reviews of all kinds. In 2006, he decided to merge his passions for coasters and writing by starting a theme park blog. Currently, he's ridden nearly 200 roller coasters and visited more than 30 theme parks. Recently, he launched a unique theme park news website called Theme Park Syndicate.
As Tall As Lions return with a more progressive offering...
Critically acclaimed MUTEMATH takes their sound in a new direction
Hard Rock Park has infused its rock 'n' roll theme park with attitude and ingenuity in every aspect of the park.
This book is a trip through the rich history of recreation and amusement in America.
Hearing riders speak, you would think we were in a war zone, not an amusement park. It was silly, but entertaining at the same time.
With the 2007 season underway, it's time to preview the most anticipated roller coasters that will debut this year.
The Roller Coaster Capital finally spills the beans about its 17th coaster.
Details about Busch Gardens Europe's long-awaited new coaster finally surface.
The Army has denied earlier reports that it was planning to build a military theme park.
Six Flags starts trimming the fat to help out its bottom line.