In today’s episode, Tracey and Scott will take a look at the newest entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor: Love and Thunder with a look at the production of the film and share their thoughts on the film. Also, they will bring you July’s Belle’s Books segment with a review of One Little Spark!: Mickey’s Ten Commandments and The Road to Imagineering from Disney Imagineer Marty Sklar. They’ll also call over to the Main Street Cinema to check in with the Mortis, talk a little about what they’ve been watching on Disney+ and a look forward to future episodes.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott present their coverage of the latest Disney-Pixar theatrical release, Lightyear. They will share production info on the film, talk about the marketing and merchandise and the critical and popular response. They will also share audio from a couple of related Disney attraction ride throughs, and call over to the Main Street Cinema before wrapping up the show with a reminder of current and upcoming Disney-related events.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Scott and Tracey, engage in some sweet science before they take a look at the two newest entries into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Disney Plus series Hawkeye and the theatrical entry Spider-Man: No Way Home. For each entry they will go through some production notes, discuss the marketing and promotional tie-ins, examine the critical and popular response and share their own thoughts. Along the way they’ll share some music related to these properties and check in with the Mortis over at the Main Street Cinema.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott, revisit the Phineas and Ferb franchise with a viewing of Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Candace Against the Universe. They delve a little into the feature-length film’s development and production before sharing their own thoughts. Along the way, they tune into WWED for a Phineas and Ferb sing-along and call over to the Main Street Cinema to see what the Mortis is up to. They wrap up the episode with a look forward to future episodes.
On today’s episode, our hosts Tracey and Scott once again attempt to kick off the Tasmanian Devil retrospective that Tracey has been wanting to do for oh so long. Unfortunately, the idea of a basketball-themed episode takes over – after all this is Indiana – and they turn their attention to 1996’s Space Jam starring Bugs Bunny and Michael Jordan. Is the film still a slam dunk after 20 plus years, we’ll find out. They’ll also check in with Mortis and wrap up the episode with a look at the upcoming entries in the massively popular DCEU!