As I mentioned yesterday, we went to Niagara Falls last week to play. Along with going to Wizards’ Golf, we also went through Ghost Blasters. I tried to take some photos with my phone. But it’s hard as I’m moving and still trying to beat my wife’s score! 🙂
Anyway, here are some photos (some are blurry) of inside Ghost Blasters. You can certainly get a sense of the colouring and theming.
This Niagara Falls Review article isn’t directly tourism-related, but it does involve the local IMAX theatre, so I figured I’d include it. Also, I’ve seen Avatar twice, and I’d love to see it in IMAX 3D 🙂
Still holding out hope to see Avatar at the Niagara Falls Imax? You might be waiting awhile.
Despite the film’s massive success -and the fact director James Cameron is from Chippawa – Niagara’s only Imax facility won’t be screening the blockbuster soon, if ever.
The venue’s projectors can only screen films 50 minutes or shorter, says Clayton Doner, operations manager for Imax Theatre Niagara Falls on Fallsview Boulevard.
The cost to purchase an Imax projector to show Cameron’s three-hour epic is upwards of $1 million.
“There’s no chance at all,” says Doner.