Tag Archives: Disney

Keyframe 101 – Waifu or Otter

So Disney have bought the lion’s share of the Fox media empire, which means Star Wars and Marvel fans have something to be happy about over the Christmas holidays. Meanwhile, we discuss the impact this will have on the Disney Princess register. Hey! Pointless things

Keyframe 99 – Scrooge McDuck’s Human Trafficking Operation

Shocking revelations abound this week! First we discover that Batman is actually a ninja in the trailer for the cunningly titled animated film Batman Ninja. After that we’re left positively thunderstruck by Akira Toriyama’s claim that Saiyans need S-cells to become super. All together now

The Geek Show - PX18 - Steel Birthday Disney's Injustice

PX18 – Steel Birthday: Disney’s Injustice

Sarcasm isn’t the lowest form of wit. It’s actually puns and bad segues, and we emphatically prove that in this week as we work through a mega-list of diverse games (you can imagine how ridiculous things get). So, on this episode we take a look

Pick of the Geek – Alice in Wonderland (1966)

Whether it’s the colourful whimsy of Walt Disney’s 1951 cartoon, the Victorian ghoulishness of Jan Švankmajer’s 1988 Alice or the CGI empowerment fantasy of Tim Burton’s 2010 version, film-makers have always enjoyed using Lewis Carroll as a springboard for visual excess.  The one exception is

Moana – new princess, new culture, same old charm

Moana is the latest film from Walt Disney Animation Studios and tells the story of Moana (played be Auli’i Cravalho), the daughter of a Polynesian chief who travels across the ocean with the demigod Maui (played by Dwayne Johnson) to save the world from being

Cinema Eclectica 95 – BIFAs, Barbies and Brexit

This week marks the beginning of yet another awards season. When will they ever end? Aside from the shiny things we also look at Steve Martin’s “Roxanne”, the skateboarding documentary “Lords of Dogtown”, Tom Hanks’ latest attempt at being a real boy in “Sully”, and

Three Wishes For Cinderella

Everyone has at least one film they watch each and every year once Christmas is on the horizon. Films like Home Alone, It’s a Wonderful Life and A Christmas Story are enjoyed by billions of people all across the world and will continue to remain

Disneyland’s New Security Surprise

America has had it’s fair share of big security upgrades in recent years (just ask anyone who flies) and now Disneyland has upped their game as they have extended a current security policy. A few years back Disney was earmarked by the US as one

Beauty and the Beast - Lumiere and Cogsworth Revealed

Beauty and the Beast – Lumiere and Cogsworth Revealed

Fans of Disney should brace yourselves as the teaser for the live action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast is out, and although it revealed nothing we now have images of Cogsworth (voiced by Sir Ian McKellen), and Lumiere (voiced by Ewan McGregor). There’s an

Cinema Eclectica 61 – Disney Deniers

This week we discover that Disney Deniers exist and are among us. In a change from our regularly scheduled programming embark upon a celebration of all things from the House of Mouse with “The Fox and the Hound”, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”, “Atlantis: the