John Frost

Walt Disney On Ice!

There’s a popular urban legend that Walt Disney had himself frozen before Lung Cancer claimed his last breath. It’s not true, of course. But that doesn’t stop people from speculating about his life, what his life might have become, or even what would happen if… Read More »Walt Disney On Ice!

That’s Incredible!

Another review of the Pixar Session at Comic-con, featuring Director Brad Bird of the Incredibles, and more details on exactly what was shown to the audience, this time from JoBlo.com. JoBlo.com brings you a slightly irreverant, often insightful look at Movie News. A Good source… Read More »That’s Incredible!

WDW invites Florida Residents to visit

While the people at Disneyland Resort are worrying about what the effects to the bottom line are of having 600,000 Annual Passholders (that’s a story for another day), the management at Walt Disney World are busy making it a better deal to purchase one. The… Read More »WDW invites Florida Residents to visit

Sparky’s folly?

The LA Times reminds us that all is not so rosy at Dreamworks. There is speculation that the a deadline to pay back investors, specifically Paul Allen’s $650 Million investment, is the real drive to go split. “This deadline has been looming for two years… Read More »Sparky’s folly?

Suisse Credit

One of my favorite attractions of all time is the Matterhorn. It’s only at Disneyland, it has two distinct tracks, your riding experience varies depending on the weight of the people in the car with you, you get a great view of the park as… Read More »Suisse Credit

An Animation Rennaissance

Ever since The Lion King broke box office records and won a plethora of awards, pundits have predicted the rebirth of America’s love with animation. Indeed where we had 1 major studio with an animation department (well 1.5 if you include Don Bluth Animation) we… Read More »An Animation Rennaissance

On Animation

Mercurie is a writer and a self proclaimed pop culture buff with an interest in classic movies, television, music,fantasy, science fiction, role playing games, comic books, medieval history, British history, and so on. He posts an anonymous blog that I’ve been reading as of late.… Read More »On Animation