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Blogging Disney: Fun and Fancy Free

By Scott GreenstoneMay 4, 2012
This week, Scott tackles one of the lesser-known Disney flicks. To catch up, click here! —Sparkitors I hope you guys appreciate all the trouble I go to watching these films. For this ancient production, I had to feed the VHS tape into my crusty old VCR. ... More  →
Blogging Disney: Fun and Fancy Free

3 Board Games That Are Better Than Battleship

By Scott GreenstoneMay 3, 2012
Are you tired of playing Battleship with your little brother? Do you want a board game that involves some real mind work? Check these out! ... More  →
3 Board Games That Are Better Than Battleship

Blogging Disney: Bambi

By Scott GreenstoneApril 20, 2012
Bambi marked Disney's first environmentally conscious film. (The Little Mermaid was going to be their second, but Walt Disney decided to change the storyline—the fact that Ariel was caught in a tuna net and ground up was deemed slightly too traumatizing for young audiences.) While ... More  →
Blogging Disney: Bambi

7 Reasons Amazing Spider-Man Is Going to Beat Raimi's Spider-Man

By Scott GreenstoneApril 20, 2012
Hold it, hold it, rabid Raimi fans! Please note: I love Spider-Man just as much as you. I think every character, from Peter Parker to Norman Osborn, could be explored again and again and again in fascinating different ways. I’m such a Spider-Man freak I’ve ... More  →
7 Reasons Amazing Spider-Man Is Going to Beat Raimi's Spider-Man

Blogging Disney: Dumbo

By Scott GreenstoneApril 16, 2012
The film starts with the song "Look Out for Mr. Stork." It describes this world's system of childbirth: delivery by stork. A squadron of storks wing through the night, carrying sacks containing babies. Question #1: Can you opt out of the stork system? What if you ... More  →
Blogging Disney: Dumbo

Blogging Disney: Fantasia

By Scott GreenstoneApril 6, 2012
Scott continues his trek through all your favorite (or not-so-favorite) Disney movies. Click here to catch up! Before watching this circus of sound and animation, you have to realize that this was one of Walt’s brilliant ideas. See, Walt got a big kick out of orchestral ... More  →
Blogging Disney: Fantasia

The Hottest Villains

By Scott GreenstoneApril 3, 2012
Some villains are horribly disfigured, some wear masks, some are made of smoke; and then there are those who are just plain smokin’. Sure, people are attracted to power. But people are also attracted to large oblique muscles, and these villains have both. Poison Ivy—Batman. ... More  →
The Hottest Villains

Blogging Disney: Pinocchio

By Scott GreenstoneMarch 30, 2012
Scott is blogging through Disney classics. To catch up, click here! In 1860, Italy became a unified state. In 1861, Italy’s generals marched out to bring the world under its rule. Spring 1861: Paris falls. Boxing Day 1861: London falls. Spring 1862: everyone else surrenders. Hold on, ... More  →
Blogging Disney: Pinocchio

Cheapskate Reviewer: We Are The In Crowd, Meshuggah, and More!

By Scott GreenstoneMarch 29, 2012
Cheapskate reviewer weighs in on free weekly downloads from iTunes! “I turn the music up, I got my records on | I shut the world outside until the lights come on | Maybe the street’s alight, maybe the trees are gone | But I feel ... More  →
Cheapskate Reviewer: We Are The In Crowd, Meshuggah, and More!

Another Sequel?

By Scott GreenstoneMarch 28, 2012
With Madagascar 3 and Ice Age 4 and poised to hit theaters, and Disney announcing a spinoff of the less-than-amazing Disney Pixar films Cars and Cars 2 (called Planes) all kid’s movie lovers have to wonder: why does our culture suffer from the Land Before Time syndrome? ... More  →
Another Sequel?
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