Tag: review

Gayme Night Reviews – Epic

Hello all, This week we have a review of a little card game that is more than the sum of its parts, which are really just cards.  But we also painted coins!  Okay, by now you’re probably a bit confused so you should just watch the video. Epic […]

Vault Disney #20 – The Aristocats

Original Release: December 1970 Runtime: 78 Minutes Directed By: Wolfgang Reitherman If you’ve been reading this series for a while now, this won’t be the first time you’ve heard me mention the phrase: Every Disney movie is someone’s favorite Disney movie. I didn’t know what to expect when […]

Vault Disney #12 – Cinderella

Original Release: February 1950 Runtime: 75 Minutes Director: Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske and Wilfred Jackson Something that I have ranted to friends and family about since starting this project is that it presents the potential to watch films which I may have never seen or that I have […]

Vault Disney #9 – Fun & Fancy Free

Original Release: September 1947 Runtime: 73 Minutes If you read my article on the previous film in this series, Make Mine Music, you’ll know that I was starting to get a little tired of the package film era. Essentially, with World War II raging in the background, taking […]

Vault Disney #8 – Make Mine Music

Original Release: April 1946 Runtime: 76 Minutes If it hasn’t become clear yet by my mentioning in every article, let me say it again here, World War II was not kind to Disney. Several of the studios big budget films had flopped and the small budget films had […]

Vault Disney #6 – Saludos Amigos

Original Release: August 1942 Runtime: 42 Minutes Saludos Amigos, or ‘Hello Friends’ in English, is a huge departure from the previous Disney films on our list. In fact, the next few films on our list will all follow a formula which labels them as ‘package films.’ Essentially, this […]

Vault Disney #3 : Fantasia

Original Release: November 1940 Runtime: 126 minutes Even by today’s standards, Fantasia, stands as a huge experimental piece of media. There is nothing else quite like it (Unless you count its follow-up Fantasia 2000). As Deems Taylor, the master of ceremonies in the film, says early on, Fantasia […]