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Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress takes guests into the rotating theater as they follow an American family through four generations of progress and watch technology transform their lives.

During a recent trip to the Carousel of Progress, the cast member at the start of the show had the entire audience looking for fake seat belts.

Credit: Disney Parks

Walt Disney and WED Enterprises teamed up and created what is now the longest-running stage show in American theater history. The Walt Disney Carousel of Progress was originally created as the main feature of the General Electric Pavilion for the 1964 New York World’s Fair, but is now located at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

As many of you know the Carousel of Progress is a slow moving theater which means seat belts are not required for safety, however one cast member had a bit of fun and encouraged the whole public to look for fake seat belts.

carousel of progress
Credit: Disney

While waiting for everyone to be seated and the show to begin, the Cast Member grabbed the mic and asked everyone to please buckle up. When everyone started looking left and right, the cast member then asked who had already made the trip. When a handful of people answered yes, she jokingly asked “So you understand why we would need seat belts?”

Everyone laughed, to which the Cast Member then said “Enjoy your 20 minute nap”.

This wasn’t the first time a cast member pulled this trick as we reported something similar in July 2021, which you can read more about here.

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Credit: Disney

We love when Cast Members have fun with Guests because it creates unique and memorable experiences.

Although Carousel of Progress is a theater and does not have seat belts, we would like to note that it is a rotating theater and is considering a moving attraction, which means guests must remain fully seated for the attraction to work.

Learn more about Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress

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Credit: Inside the Magic

The official description on the Walt Disney World website reads:

Travel through the 20th century and marvel at the evolution of technology during this classic audio-animatronic show.

Follow an American family through 4 generations of progress and watch technology transform their lives.

In each era, discover how the technological marvels of the time made life more comfortable and paved the way for unimaginable innovations.

Discover how gas lamps, the hand-cranked washing machine and the gramophone made the pre-electric era child’s play.

Watch the advent of electricity give rise to modern conveniences like the electric iron, radio and the revolutionary single light bulb.

See how the automatic dishwasher and television have transformed the American home.

Today’s high-tech marvels include virtual reality games, high-definition televisions, and voice-activated home appliances. Imagine the wonders the next hundred years could bring!

Carousel of progress
Credit: Disney

Have you ever experienced anything like this on Carousel of Progress? Let us know in the comments below.

Advanced ceramics market worth $13.9 billion by 2027 https://jvc-europe.com/advanced-ceramics-market-worth-13-9-billion-by-2027/ Tue, 02 Aug 2022 11:30:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/advanced-ceramics-market-worth-13-9-billion-by-2027/

CHICAGO, August 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — advanced ceramics market the size is estimated at $10.9 billion in 2022 and should reach $13.9 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 5.1%, according to a new report from MarketsandMarkets™. This increase in demand is supported by the exceptional properties of ceramics such as resistance to high temperature, corrosive and hazardous chemical environments. Growing demand for advanced ceramics in applications such as AI, IoT, 5G connectivity and 3D printing technologies is driving demand. Advanced ceramics are a lightweight replacement for alloys in components such as turbine engines and exhaust systems. Advanced ceramics provide improved performance, lower emissions and lower fuel consumption. These materials are becoming popular in end-use industries such as electronics, semiconductors, power and electrical, automotive, military, and defense.

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The advanced ceramics market includes major Tier I and Tier II vendors such as Kyocera Corporation, Ceramtec, Coorstek, Saint Gobain Performance Ceramic & Refractories, and Morgan Advanced Materials. These vendors have their manufacturing facilities spread across various countries across Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, South America, and grip. COVID-19 impacted their businesses in 2020, but these companies have recovered over the past two years by managing their operations and earnings. Infrastructure development in the post-covid era is supporting the growth of the advanced ceramics market.

The strength and stiffness provided by alumina ceramics is expected to enable the segment to occupy the majority of the advanced ceramics market share

Alumina ceramics possess various properties such as strength, stiffness, extreme hardness, high density, wear resistance and corrosion which make them suitable for a wide variety of applications such as bushings. sealing, ballistic armor, laser tubes, piston engines and many more. . The high-purity alumina material has excellent flexural and dielectric strengths and is therefore suitable for thin-walled parts in high-voltage applications.

Monolithic ceramics segment is estimated to be the largest consuming application of advanced ceramics

Monolithic ceramics are very reliable due to their high durability and protection against high temperatures. These properties help increase component life, which is why monolithic ceramics are used in industries that involve high-temperature operations. These ceramics are mainly used in end-use industries, such as aerospace, automotive, power generation, transportation, military and defense, medical, electrical, and electronics.

Electricity and electronics are expected to be the largest consumer of advanced ceramics Ceramic-based components are essential in products such as circuit carriers, sensors, actuators, automotive electronics, smartphones, computers , televisions, etc. Advanced ceramics are used in the manufacture of various electronic components, including vacuum switch tubes, diodes, thyristors, high-strength electrical bushings, and surge suppressors. Ceramic has low electrical conductivity and is therefore ideal for the design of passive components in the electronics industry. Technical ceramics can be modified to manufacture suitable for different electronic applications. The growing need for efficient and highly integrated electronic devices is expected to drive the demand for advanced ceramic materials.

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Asia Pacific likely to emerge as the largest market for advanced ceramics

APAC was the largest market for advanced ceramics in 2021. The electrical and electronics sector in the region has seen healthy growth over the past two years. countries such as China, South Koreaand Japan are leaders in the electronics and semiconductor industry. Rising population, rapid industrialization, increasing electrification, growing disposable income, technological advancements and growing urbanization are driving the APAC advanced ceramics market.

Leading players of the Advanced Ceramics market include:

  1. Kyocera Company (Japan),
  2. CeramTec (USA),
  3. CoorsTek (USA),
  4. Saint-Gobain Ceramic Materials (United States),
  5. Morgan Advanced Materials (UK) and
  6. 3M (WE).

These players have firmly established themselves in the market by adopting strategies such as new product launches, expansions, joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions.

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Indian gang member auctions off stolen mobile phones in Bangladesh https://jvc-europe.com/indian-gang-member-auctions-off-stolen-mobile-phones-in-bangladesh/ Tue, 02 Aug 2022 04:07:46 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/indian-gang-member-auctions-off-stolen-mobile-phones-in-bangladesh/

An arrested Indian gang member allegedly auctioned off stolen mobile phones to dealers in Bangladesh and Nepal. after changing their IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) numbers.

An investigation revealed that the accused, Ashfaq Ahmed Abdul Ajij Shaikh, 32, is one of seven gang members arrested by police, the Hindustan Times reported.

He has a bank account in Nepal and Bangladesh where Mankhurd police officers found over Tk 900,000 (₹8) and over Tk 700,000 (₹6) respectively.

Shaikh used to buy stolen mobile phones from thieves in the Shivaji Nagar area, Krishnakant Upadhyay, deputy police commissioner, said.

He used to send cell phone models, and photos in WhatsApp groups and agents from Bangladesh and Nepal collected them every 15 days. Later, they sold the mobiles across borders.

Shaikh, also an Urdu teacher at a local madrasa, has sold around 10,000 stolen mobile phones to neighboring countries in the past 18 months, the Hindustan Times reports.

The gang was busted after police inspector Raju Surve and his team launched a manhunt for a biker and his associate, who had stolen a mobile phone outside Mankhurd station on July 11 .

Police eventually identified the thief, Javed Shaikh, and apprehended him on July 21.

His arrest led to the arrest of Ashfaq Ahmed Abdul Ajij Shaikh, the biggest recipient of stolen phones in the city, police inspector Raju Surve said.

Casino organizer, aides appear before ED https://jvc-europe.com/casino-organizer-aides-appear-before-ed/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 19:52:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/casino-organizer-aides-appear-before-ed/

Casino organizer Chikoti Praveen Kumar and his aide Madhava Reddy were questioned by the Enforcement Branch for several hours over alleged financial irregularities stemming from events held in India and abroad here on Monday.

Mr Praveen, Mr Reddy and four others have been notified to appear before the ED office in Basheerbagh to explain the alleged breaches under the Foreign Exchange Management Act.

ED officials, who had carried out several searches of organizers’ residences over alleged violations since last week, reportedly seized electronic gadgets from Mr. Praveen and identified anomalies.

Mr Praveen, who visited the ED office on Monday from his residence at IS Sadan, appeared calm and confident. As reporters asked him a volley of questions about “money laundering, celebrity and political circles clientele and casino events held in Nepal and other countries”, he replied, “I am more disturbed by journalists than by the ED”.

According to reports, the ED also questioned the suspects regarding a travel agency that made itineraries for customers to attend international events, and related financial transactions after that.

It has also been learned that Mr. Kumar and others have submitted their bank statements for the past few years to ED.

India’s consumer electronics industry is on the way to Industry 5.0 https://jvc-europe.com/indias-consumer-electronics-industry-is-on-the-way-to-industry-5-0/ Sun, 31 Jul 2022 18:09:45 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/indias-consumer-electronics-industry-is-on-the-way-to-industry-5-0/

NEW DELHI : By 2025, the manufacturing sector will cross the $1 trillion mark, positioning India on the global manufacturing map. Even though the pandemic has exposed the vulnerabilities of economies, it is time to analyze India’s manufacturing playbook and see it move from Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0, comprising of intelligence-based smart factories artificial.

The latest episode of the Mint Zetwerk Smart Manufacturing Dialogue, titled The Next Frontier in Consumer Electronics—Digital Driven, in partnership with Zetwerk, discussed why digitalization is important for the growth of the consumer electronics industry. He also highlighted how big players can leverage new technologies to bring speed and agility to the ecosystem. Lokesh Payik, Partner, Bain and Co. moderated the session.

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(Left to right) Nikhil Rao, Senior Director of Operations, Flex; Rahul Sharma, co-founder, Zetwerk; and Santhosh Kumar, Managing Director, Texas Instruments India.

As companies roll out smart and connected manufacturing facilities, sustainability and a zero-waste policy are also high on the agenda for a large majority. Companies are moving their products from linear to circular, keeping sustainability goals high.

“I would say that today’s manufacturers and consumers are very much about sustainability, and that’s what every organization is looking for. Even our service offerings have a lot of sustainability for us, our customers and end consumers, who are aware of this. We are also working on the circularity of manufacturing, an essential arm. A lot of work has been done and a lot more is in progress,” said Nikhil Rao, Senior Director of Operations at Flex.

The value of digital is manifested by having complete visibility of the value chain, from planning to sourcing, manufacturing and delivery. Digital is a competitive advantage when you have a decentralized manufacturing ecosystem, which Zetwerk masters. “Covid was a time when we realized a huge need for digitization. A lot of things were happening with the big factories, but there were a lot of suppliers that weren’t working with the big factories, and they really needed to be coached. This is where we came in,” said Rahul Sharma, co-founder of Zetwerk. Today, everyone has visibility into data across the entire value chain. data centers and manufacturing sites and has impactful results in their factories of the future.

“Samsung invested in the whole industry 4.0 or smart manufacturing much earlier than others. Recently we opened the world’s largest manufacturing unit in Noida. Samsung has divided its manufacturing into several geographies across the world. On the software front, India has four software development centers. All of them are making changes in manufacturing happen fast,” said Balaji Hariharan, Senior Director and Chief Product Officer, Samsung India.

After Industry 4.0, the next frontier may be Industry 5.0, which is nothing but AI-enabled factories. Calling them “the factories of today”, Santhosh Kumar, Managing Director of Texas Instruments India, said, “50-60% of our global revenue comes from industrial and automotive.”

“We plan to create factories where people will work with robots. But we need to identify the security issues and see what the creativity, differentiation and value that people bring will add. We analyze whether people can work harmoniously with robots without creating a problem for themselves, or the products they work on, or the robots they work with,” he added.

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Learn here the full form of words like Mobile, Computer, Google https://jvc-europe.com/learn-here-the-full-form-of-words-like-mobile-computer-google/ Sun, 31 Jul 2022 10:14:11 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/learn-here-the-full-form-of-words-like-mobile-computer-google/

Full form of technical words: Nowadays, cell phones and other gadgets are seen in the hands of small children to elders. We also keep searching many things on Google throughout the day, but do you know what is the complete form of the things we often use like Mobile, Computer or Google. Surely many of you do not know the full name of these things. In fact, Computer, Google or Mobile are all short names. We call these names only by abbreviated names. We are so used to these short names that we never even thought to know their full names. Today we will tell you the full names of these words.

full form of mobile

The name of the gadget that we use the most in our homes every day is the mobile (portable) phone, but it is not the full name of this device. The full form of Mobile is Modified Operation Byte Integration Limited Energy. Yes, such a long name is the name of this device, which remains in your hand all day.

full form of internet

The name of the thing through which you use its features on mobile is Internet, but it is an abbreviated form. Its full name is Interconnected Network. The abbreviated form of the Internet was made by taking the initial letters of these two words.

google full form

After accessing the internet, you use Google to search for something there. The name of Google has become so famous that now even the smallest as well as the oldest know the name of this company, but “Google” is not the full name of the company but it is its abbreviated form. Google’s full name is Global Organization of Oriented Group Language of Earth.


You are also virtually connected to the world while sitting on the computer. But the word computer is not complete, only abbreviated. The full form of the computer is “A common operating machine purposely used for technological and educational research”.

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Ambur engineering student questioned over alleged links to terrorism https://jvc-europe.com/ambur-engineering-student-questioned-over-alleged-links-to-terrorism/ Sat, 30 Jul 2022 19:32:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/ambur-engineering-student-questioned-over-alleged-links-to-terrorism/

Intelligence Bureau officials interrogate the student about his social media posts at Anaicut Police Station in Vellore

Intelligence Bureau officials interrogate the student about his social media posts at Anaicut Police Station in Vellore

Ali, a 22-year-old third-year engineering student from Ambur near Tirupattur, was arrested by Intelligence Bureau (IB) officials in the early hours of Saturday on suspicion of having terrorist links.

Intelligence sources said the student was residing across the street from Neelikollai Mosque in Ambur. He was picked up from his home by IB agents with the assistance of state intelligence units – Q Branch and SB-CID – at approximately 3:30 a.m. The team searched his home for 30 minutes, seized his laptop, two cell phones and other electronic gadgets. , and took him to Anaicut police station in Vellore, about 65 km from Ambur.

He was interrogated on the first floor of the police station under tight security. Initial inquiries revealed that Ali was pursuing engineering studies at a private college near Arcot. His father works abroad and he stays with his mother in the city.

Shared posts

It was said that Ali had recently shared messages and photos, which were shared by banned Islamic organizations on their websites, on his Instagram page and other social media platforms. This caught the attention of national intelligence agencies. Sources said the student’s detention was to investigate his role in supporting these banned organisations. The questioning was ongoing, they added.

Global Airport Retail Consumer Electronics Market 2020-2022 and 2030 with 2021 as base year https://jvc-europe.com/global-airport-retail-consumer-electronics-market-2020-2022-and-2030-with-2021-as-base-year/ Fri, 29 Jul 2022 20:15:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/global-airport-retail-consumer-electronics-market-2020-2022-and-2030-with-2021-as-base-year/

DUBLIN, July 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The report “Airport Retail Consumer Electronics Market Size, Market Share, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Growth Trends, Key Players, Competitive Strategies and Forecasts, 2022 to 2030” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The global airport retail consumer electronics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8% during the forecast period 2022-2030

This research report represents the analysis of each segment from 2020 to 2030 considering 2021 as the base year. Compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for each of the respective segments estimated for the forecast period from 2022 to 2030.

Based on the current state of the business, airport consumer electronics retail represents approximately 0.1% of the global consumer electronics market. The market for consumer electronics sold at airport outlets is expected to expand significantly.

China, Indiaand United States, focused on building infrastructure to boost operations at full capacity. The world’s largest economies are currently investing in infrastructure to pave the way for massive economic growth in the form of the development of shopping malls, ports and airports, among others.

The airport retail consumer electronics market is expected to witness significant development owing to increased investment and increased customer demand for souvenirs, both of which are driven by technology. big data. New opportunities for consumer branding and brand loyalty continue to arise due to the expansion of globalization and the increase in the number of people who like to travel to other countries.

Increase air passenger traffic

The expansion rate of consumer electronics sales in airport stores has been recorded at 6% over the past decade. The trend of transitioning from traditional airports to airports that resemble small towns called aerotropolises is expected to deliver high profits over the next decade. The retailing of consumer electronics at airports has a direct application in areas designated for air travel.

Additionally, a survey conducted by Airport Council International revealed that there has been an increase of around 8-10% in global air passenger traffic over the past five years. This growth should present lucrative opportunities for manufacturers. The aforementioned trends provide clear information on the likelihood of this market’s potential to more than quadruple its current market value over the next ten years.

Aero City promises a significant opportunity over the forecast period

Pre-Security (Landslide), Post-Security (Airside) and Aero Cities are the three major store locations associated with the airport retail consumer electronics market. Aerocities are predicted to offer the greatest opportunity in terms of absolute dollars during the forecast period 2022-2030.

The current transition pattern followed by the majority of airports with high passenger traffic, such as Seoul Incheon, Singapore Changi, Dubai International, Shanghai Pudong and Beijing Capital, is a necessary factor to understand the above information. Aerocity revenue is expected to be the largest with a revenue share of 45% in 2021. This CAGR of this market is expected to increase to 8.8% during the forecast period 2022-2030.

APAC and Europe contributed over 75% of global revenue in 2021

It is expected that the consumer electronics retail market at airports Asia Pacific will experience significant growth in the coming years. Competitors in the market expect robust expansion on the back of growing tourism boom as well as major tourist destinations such as Thailand, Indonesiaand Malaysiaamong others.

In addition to this, the region is seeing an increase in demand for consumer products, which can be attributed to increased levels of discretionary income. The expansion of the airport retail consumer electronics industry is expected to be driven by rising income levels as well as growing demand for branded solutions. In addition, the airport retail consumer electronics market is expected to witness significant expansion in both North America and Europe.

A strongly consolidated market to face fierce competition

The airport retail consumer electronics market is expected to continue to be highly concentrated in the coming years owing to the continued expansion of major market players. Market players operating in the retail of consumer electronics at airports have, for the most part, chosen growth-oriented strategies.

Moreover, the most important thing on their priority list is to maintain their brand while making constant improvements to the technical capabilities of the aforementioned technologies. These tactics help global players expand their geographical footprint and accumulate the highest possible market share, thereby giving them a technical advantage.

Key questions answered by this report

  • What are the key micro and macro environmental factors impacting the growth of the Airport Retail Consumer Electronics Market?
  • What are the major investment pockets with respect to product segments and geographies currently and during the forecast period?
  • Estimated forecasts and market projections till 2030.
  • Which segment represents the fastest CAGR during the forecast period?
  • Which market segment has a larger market share and why?
  • Are low- and middle-income economies investing in the airport retail consumer electronics market?
  • What is the largest regional market for the Airport Retail Consumer Electronics market?
  • What are the market trends and dynamics in emerging markets such as Asia Pacific, Latin Americaand Middle East & Africa?
  • What are the key trends driving the growth of the Airport Consumer Electronics Market?
  • Who are the major competitors and what are their key strategies to strengthen their presence in the global airport retail consumer electronics market?

Key players in this market include

  • Durfy AG
  • Crystal Media
  • Royal Capi Lux (‘Capi’)
  • Moving
  • Dubai Duty Free
  • Lagardère Travel Retail
  • Bahrain Duty Free Shop Complex
  • Register Duty Free

Market segmentation

By Product Type (2020-2030; USD Million)

  • Electronic appliances
  • Accessories
  • Others

By airport size (2020-2030; US$ millions)

By Store Location (2020-2030; US$ Millions)

  • Pre-Security (Landside)
  • Post-security (airside)
  • Aerovilles

By channel (2020-2030; USD millions)

  • Hypermarket/Supermarket
  • Specialty retail store
  • Others

Regional Segment (2020-2030; USD Million)

  • North America
  • WE
  • Canada
  • Europe and United Kingdom
  • UK
  • Germany
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • France
  • deer
  • Asia Pacific
  • China
  • Japan
  • India
  • Australia
  • South Korea
  • RoAPAC
  • Latin America
  • Brazil
  • Mexico
  • Africa
  • GCC
  • Africa
  • Rome

Global Covid-19 Segment Impact (2020-2021; USD Million)

  • Situation pre Covid-19
  • Situation after Covid-19

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Huawei Remains Foldable Market Leader as China Smartphone Shipments Decline 14.7% in Q2-2022 https://jvc-europe.com/huawei-remains-foldable-market-leader-as-china-smartphone-shipments-decline-14-7-in-q2-2022/ Fri, 29 Jul 2022 12:03:39 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/huawei-remains-foldable-market-leader-as-china-smartphone-shipments-decline-14-7-in-q2-2022/

Huawei Petal Travel app is successfully launched with powerful features based on Huawei’s self-developed and aggregated taxi services provided by map engine capability. A Petal Travel app is named as the first HarmonyOS travel service that makes it easy to transfer between devices.

At Huawei’s New Product Launch Conference, the company is unveiling a number of new devices and projects such as the Petal Travel app for consumer convenience, and it has brought together service providers such as Shouqi car-hailing, Shenzhou Special Car, T3 Travel, etc.

However, Huawei released the beta version of the “Petal Travel” taxi app earlier this month. Huawei’s latest taxi app, Petal Travel, brings together national high-quality online taxi service providers to provide consumers with taxi services and more.

The Huawei Petal Travel application is based on the distributed capabilities of HarmonyOS and can support not only mobile phone taxis and voice wake-up functions, but also taxis on tablets, computers and watches.

The public beta version of the Huawei Petal Travel application service can be experienced through the integrated version Petal Travel is currently available in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and other regions.

To be mentioned, the Huawei Petal Travel app has been launched with support for the Quick app version at the moment, and upgrading the system version will provide a richer HarmonyOS experience.

Despite the fact that for this program to work properly, users need to grant permission. As a taxi service, it favors Petal Maps for directions. In order to give consumers a positive experience.

The Huawei HarmonyOS Petal Travel app further relies on an internet connection and requires data regarding device, network, app operation, location, and account information.

You can get the version of the Huawei Petal Travel app by clearing the cache data of the old version by following the guides mentioned below:

You can do this by going to Settings menu. Continue down and choose Application Management. Select the Storage option by clicking on the Huawei Petal Travel / Quick App Center. Select Delete Data, then wait a few moments for the software to delete all information.

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‘Skinarink’ is experimental, liminal horror [Fantasia Review] https://jvc-europe.com/skinarink-is-experimental-liminal-horror-fantasia-review/ Thu, 28 Jul 2022 20:01:07 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/skinarink-is-experimental-liminal-horror-fantasia-review/

This is liminal horror at its finest.

Have you ever felt like a part of you still exists in your childhood home? For better or for worse, between good and bad memories? Like a small part of your soul is fractured, sitting in a purgatory of salmon-colored walls, sharp Lego bricks, and outdated bedding? Skinarink from Munity Pictures transports its audience to a simpler time, and traps us there, locking us into the place we grew up before throwing away the key. It’s a deeply unsettling exploration of death, childhood, and the home you grew up in.

There’s very little narrative to ground the experience in this impressionistic horror project from filmmaker Kyle Edward Ball. To properly appreciate your viewing, you will have to radically embrace the art-and-test experimentalism of travel. You too will eventually find yourself trapped with the children of Skinarink, in a house without doors or windows. And you will eventually reach the void, unable to leave the ghostly walls of your childhood bedroom. An unavoidable purgatory of memory, senses and tiptoes of little feet.

Many of us who seek the help of a counselor have been asked to transport ourselves to a similar space depicted here. To find our children and provide them with the comfort and support they were never given when they needed it most. Skinarink does the opposite. The horror of this movie is the power it has to pull you back to your most vulnerable place and then leave you there. Unattended, abandoned and lost.

The visuals created by Ball are deliberately sparse, consisting almost entirely of interior b-roll. Haunting glimpses of old televisions cast their glow onto anachronistic toys and running boards. Doorways flash and disappear and faceless figures roam its halls with deep sadness. The horror here is never obviously exploited. There are no antique doll heads, no haunted xylophones. Only the lingering tragedy and fear of vulnerable souls lost in familiar hallways, seeking an adult to help them. It’s relatable, to say the least.

A singular horror reference that kept coming to mind when seeing Skinarink is the unfinished silent Hill Game PT A unique and haunting demo of a video game that fans will remember as a tragic unfinished collaboration between Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro. PT also trapped its audience within familiar walls, forever haunting the same hallways and rooms stained with death, trauma and grief. While the fears in Ball’s film does not reflect anything familiar to PT, they share a certain stressful nostalgia. A liminal passage between life and death, using your childhood home as its particularly cruel prison.

For those looking for a traditional horror movie experience, check back now. And I say this without judgment. Personally, I prefer a filmmaker to do most of the heavy lifting. I like to take a back seat and experience art as background; a passive participant happy to participate in the ride. But not here. Filmmaker Kyle Edward Ball asks the audience to grab the shovel and dig for themselves. It’s not fair, but it’s an exciting and original take on what horror can be like.

skin 4 1024x696 - 'Skinarink' leaves you unattended in the house you grew up in [Fantasia 2022 Review]


The horrors of ‘Skinarink’ lie in its ability to transport you to your childhood home and then leave you there. Unattended, abandoned and lost.

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