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Disney Dinner and a Movie: ‘101 Dalmatians’

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101 Dalmatians is another one of Disney’s timeless tales. Who doesn’t love watching a bunch of adorable puppies run from perhaps the scariest villain in Disney history. I mean c’mon, the lady wants… Continue reading

10 More Historical Ladies Who Deserve Their Own Movie

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A couple years back I wrote an article about 10 wonderful and accomplished ladies from history who should have their own film. Now I bring you 10 more! Special thanks to some of… Continue reading

Disney Dinner and a Movie: ‘Pinocchio’

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Pinocchio (1940) was Disney’s second full-length animated feature. The story follows wood-carver Geppetto and his puppet who is brought to life by the Blue Fairy. The film actually has some dark themes that… Continue reading

Your Guide to Ladies Loving Ladies on Film

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Last year I wrote a Guide to Ladies Loving Ladies on Television.┬áThis year I thought I’d follow it up with a similar guide for films. Everyone wants to have pop culture figures that… Continue reading

Disney Dinner and a Movie: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad

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    The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad is an often overlooked Disney film. The last of the “Package Era”, it does not garner the fame or love that films from the… Continue reading

31 Days of Halloween Films

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For those of you who like to keep a steady 31 days full of the Halloween spirit, here are just enough films to keep you going all month long! 31. The Halloween Tree… Continue reading

Disney Dinner and a Movie: ‘Peter Pan’

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Peter Pan is one of Disney’s classics; based on a much-loved novel this is a story that has been told time and again. It’s a wonderful story of three siblings who escape to… Continue reading

Showdown: ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ vs ‘Scream’

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It’s with great sadness that I learned about Wes Craven’s passing. He was my favorite horror director; a brilliantly creative man who helped to revolutionize the horror genre. In his honor, I will… Continue reading

Disney Dinner and a Movie: The Parent Trap

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The Parent Trap was one of my favorite films growing up. A set of twins is separated at birth when their super selfish parents get divorced and decide that their hatred for each… Continue reading

Disney Dinner and a Movie: ‘Fantasia’

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Fantasia is a Disney classic and a truly underrated one at that. Most people will instantly recognize Sorcerer Mickey but I don’t think the film itself gets enough credit. Filled with beautiful animation… Continue reading