Fun and Fancy Free

Fun and Fancy Free (1947) Fun and Fancy Free is the ninth animated film released by Walt Disney Productions. The movie featured two animated segments packaged together with live-action hosted by Jiminy Cricket (animated) and Edgar Bergen (human… Read More


Fantasia (1940) Fantasia is the third animated film released by Walt Disney Productions. The movie featured eight animated segments set to classical music. Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra performed the segments. Fantasia achieved considerable critical enthusiasm when… Read More

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is the first animated feature film released by Walt Disney Productions (now known as Walt Disney Animation Studios). While Snow White originally premiered in December of 1937, its theatrical run took place… Read More

Trollhunters Review

DreamWorks Animation meets Guillermo Del Toro. The story is adapted from a children’s novel co-written by Del Toro.   The first season has some brilliant moments. The show follows two character groups for A and B plots: Trolls and… Read More

Steven Universe

I would like to point out that this is my favorite animated series. The mix of musical aspects with an interesting lore drew me in quickly.   My grandfather passed away in late February of 2014. While distracting… Read More

Sunday, March 5th, 2017

I’ll be the first to admit that it’s been an off week. I apologize for not posting anything over the past several days, but the stress from my new job has started to get to me. My new… Read More

Gravity Falls

Gravity Falls is an animated cartoon that ran from 2012 – 2016. I was quite a large fan of the series. I still am. This show is certainly in my top five that I would choose to share… Read More

Infinity Train

This miniature animated video entertained me. The building mystery and funny characters worked well together. The concept reminds me of Snowpiercer, Portal, Sliders, and ironically Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. It made me smile.