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September 2015 - Shoe Factory Road Blog Posts

From Twilight Zone To Amazing Stories – How Spielberg Turned Tragedy Into Art

By: - September 30, 2015
Category : 80's, People

By 1985, Stephen Spielberg had already established himself as the top-tier director, gaining praise in virtually every genre. After riding high on the expected success of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Spielberg decided to try his hand at a completely new subject matter… Well, sort of. Being a completely obsessive Twilight Zone series […]

Haunted Disneyland – Halloween Time and The History of the Haunted Mansion

By: - September 23, 2015
Category : Nostalgia, Places

Last week I was able to take a quick trip to Disneyland with my girlfriend to share in the magic of what Walt Disney wanted his audience to experience 60 years ago. The beauty of this trip was two-fold. First, the trip coincided with Disneyland’s 60th Diamond Anniversary which meant the fireworks show was going […]

Dreams, Nightmares, and Freddy Krueger – How Wes Craven Impacted Our Views on Sleeping

By: - September 22, 2015
Category : 80's, People, Toys/Nostalgia

On August 30, 2015 the world lost one of the pioneers responsible for turning the masses onto horror, while creating a string of iconic films that re-sparked a stagnating genre, and cemented his status as a classic visionary. That man is Wes Craven. Craven first took audiences by storm when he released his directorial debut […]