It’s is with regret that I must say that my review of Bambi will be pushed back to when I can get/find enough time to write it. I want to do the film justice and have not had the time for writing my review for it properly. Apologies. . Advertisements
Not quite dead, no… Sorry for being away, but time, life and such have been dragging down my time to where I’ve been unable to work on my blog. I still have a long way to go with the Disney movies. I must get more organised. One part of this re-organisation is that from next … Continue reading
Well I said it was born of madness. Due to, well life, I regret to say that my Disney project will be changed from the overly ambitious task of one a day, to each Monday at the very least. I like writing long reviews, whether they be for films, television shows or videogames. The trouble … Continue reading
A Short History These days, a studio would’ve had a good chance of following a film as successful as Snow White up with a hastily assembled sequel* – direct or spiritual – to cash in on the prior film’s popularity. Walt Disney was one who did things differently, though in fairness the studio always had … Continue reading
A Short History Disney was fond of stating that his company started “with a mouse”,* yet his film series stared with a princess in peril, a theme that the studio would revisit in time, though not nearly as much as others would have you believe. Like all companies in Hollywood back when, Disney created … Continue reading
It is hard to believe that it has been fifteen years since the first Toy Story was shown in cinemas across the world. Another aspect of fifteen years ago is the fact that license games hadn’t completely become a dirty word, particularly with Disney games of classic films for the Super Nintendo and Sega Mega … Continue reading
A look at the Mouse House’s body of work I have set myself a task born of madness, in the months of November and December, I shall be seeing if is indeed possible for me – a mad animation nut with a blog – to review all of the Disney Classics in a row, one … Continue reading
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