Home Kyle Tague

Kyle Tague

Kyle spent five years living in Florida, but currently studies Film & Television at Boston University. Next year he’s off to Los Angeles to make monster movies (or whatever pays the bills.)

Here’s how to prepare for Halloween Horror Nights 25

The great reveal has dropped and we now (officially) know Halloween Horror Nights 25’s full lineup of attractions, including five haunted houses based around film & television properties. Horror fans may have seen some or all of these films, but many of you may not have had the chance to check them out. And when […]

Nintendo & Nintendon’t: What will (and won’t) come to Nintendoland, part 2

If you missed my analysis of some of Nintendo’s top properties, you can check it out here. This time, let’s take a look at some of Nintendo’s “B-list” properties to see if there’s anything we can expect to see at Universal Studios in the next few years: Image courtesy of Nintendo   Yoshi (Yoshi’s Island) […]

Six Hidden Photo Opportunities at Universal Orlando

Let’s dive in and explore a few of the overlooked photo opportunities hiding throughout Universal Studios. 6. Milhouse Location: Springfield, on a bench attached to the Quik-E-Mart Image courtesy of Simply Sinova Springfield U.S.A. is a treasure trove of photo spots, some obvious, some less so. Everyone’s gotten their picture taken with Barney, Duff Man, […]

Six hidden photo ops at Islands of Adventure

Everyone has had their picture taken in front of Hogwarts, near the T-Rex, or with Marmaduke. But there are plenty more nifty photo opportunities if you’re willing to go off the beaten path. 6. Giant Plate of Burgers Location: Toon Lagoon, in front of Wimpy’s Restaurant Can I pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today? […]

Six Vintage Universal Commercials You HAVE to See

Universal just premiered their latest extended advertisement, and it is awesome. The commercial hits all the right beats: “We have two theme parks, an entertainment complex, on-site hotels, and a water park. We’ve got your favorite characters and you can visit their worlds. We’ve got the coolest rides, anywhere.” And it’s got a stellar tagline, […]

Nintendo & Nintendon’t: What Will (and Won’t) Come to Nintendoland

There are a few things to keep in mind when examining the possibilities. First, the deal has to benefit both Nintendo and Universal. This means that not only do the franchises need to have wide appeal and recognition; they need to be capable of inspiring lucrative food, beverage and merchandising opportunities (ala The Wizarding World […]