Opening two months later than a launch date that was already later than convention, Thorpe Park had much to prove with Derren Brown’s Ghost Train.
Alton Towers’ Scarefest returned this year on the back of a disastrous trading period since the Smiler accident.
We review Blackpool Pleasure Beach’s new Royal Air Force Red Arrows-theme ride Sky Force.
The Legend of the Chained Oak film has been a long time in the making, but after several aborted attempts it has now seen the light of day. It is loosely based on the Staffordshire…
This is the first time a book will have ever been reviewed on Ride Rater – even John Wardley’s autobiography was reported as merely news. However when we were approached by Tales from the Towers…
Dogged by problems since its construction began, Alton Towers latest rollercoaster The Smiler is now much more likely to be available when you turn up at the park. The wait has certainly been worth it.
Earlier this year, the London Dungeon moved from its classic Tooley Street location to its new home of the County Hall, we take a look inside.
The opening of Nemesis Sub-Terra was not exactly warmly received by the majority of guests that experienced it in its initial condition.