In this episode, (after welcoming some trick-or-treaters) Scott and Tracey look ahead to their upcoming Walt Disney World visit by discussing their plans and some new-to-them additions to the theme park. They also continue the Salute to Shorts monthly feature by reviewing the most recent batch of cartoon shorts from Disney-Pixar. Buzzy spins some seasonal tunes on WWED and Mortis calls in from the Main Street Cinema. Our hosts wrap up the show with a reminder about the Frankenweenie poster contest.
Spectacular! Incredible! Outstanding! (no, those aren’t recent reviews of the podcast).
It’s movie time in Disney, Indiana! Tracey and Scott just picked up the new Blu-ray of Marvel’s The Avengers this week and they are here with a review of all the goodies packed in the release and some ways to get even more out of the experience!
Their movie watching wasn’t restricted to just home video viewing, oh no! They also went out to see the midnight opening of Frankenweenie in 3D IMAX. They’ve got a review of Disney’s latest as well as some of the surprisingly long history of this animated film – all the way back to the original 1984 live action short! Also, if you listen closely, they brought something back from the midnight screening of Frankenweenie and this item will be given away in a new contest!
Our hosts also attempt to get the Main Street Cinema’s popcorn machine fixed with a little help from Sweetleaf (as part of his ongoing community service). Will it succeed? Will the smell of fresh buttery popcorn once again waft through town? Will Mortis be happy? Listen in to find out!
All that, plus a tune into WWED and a small population boom in town as a few new residents check in!
A very special thank you to ‘Dillo from Number 6 Armadillo Avenue here in town and his team for their help with this episode!
Tracey and Scott were on the Mouse Chat Disney podcast. We joined them to reminisce about the original EPCOT Center. We covered such topics as Horizons, World of Motion, Imagination with Figment and Dream Finder, the Living the Seas and much more.