More wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff this week as we further investigate the Foghorn situation, and finally find out why guns are the way they are in the Tooniverse.
Our final Disney film is 1998’s MULAN. After some reviews, we talk about the ways in which this film starts from a position of naivety, but grows into a much more adult movie: which leaves us both intrigued as to what the reboot will be like.
After multiple years and over 50 episodes Cal and Mike have decided to shake things up a bit with a brand new season and a brand new format. But before starting that we thought we’d tie up some of the loose ends of Season 1 by trying some of our finished brews.
As our iconic team finally begin their ascension to full-fledged godhood, we take a trip to Europe to see how our resident elder god is getting on, and discover a good number of folks are under Sam’s eldritch power.
This week, after some…reviews of Disney’s most recent take on THE LION KING, we talk about how colour and contrast can make or break a film, the importance of myth to the original movie, and what it means to consider style versus substance when the film is as hyperrealistic as this one.