BHS Blogress Report: 2016, Week 11 (Zootopia Comparison)

As you can see up there, I finally got to check out Zootopia this week, and I’m happy to say it exceeded all my expectations. I’m including the full text of my comparison between the movie and my series below the Read More tag, so check it out at your leisure. Hanami’s theme is also finished, so check it out on the Music page. The usual link to my DA page is below, where also I cover photography problems, Godzilla movies and monsters, and the final Captain America: Civil-War trailer featuring you-know-who.

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CAUTION: This post will contain spoilers for crucial plot elements in Zootopia



I’m just curious – Reblog if you would go see a Black Widow and Hawkeye movie.






Call it ‘What Happened In Budapest’.

and then it’ll be two hours of them going on romantic dates with explosions and everything will be beautiful




The Greatest Movie People of 2012! Joss is #1! 

Oh Yeaaaah! NUMBAH ONE! Well, I can’t think of any other option. 2012 was the year of Whedon.

FUCK YES. i cannot express how wonderful it is to have his genius finally recognized on a larger scale.

My feelings exactly. It feels so good cause we (the fans) have been yelling at the top of our lungs our love of Whedon for over a decade and now the whole world finally realized how awesome he can be. After so many great projects canceled, It’s vindicating to see my favorite creator/writer/director since ‘98 finally at the top.

I feel like I’m part of an underdog movie, like Rocky, Karate Kid or Dumbo, lol. And above all, I feel proud.


Okay, why has one made a decent monster movie about roaches yet? They’d be the perfect adversaries, just think about it:

  1. Everyone hates them.
  2. They’re nigh-impossible to kill.
  3. They’ll probably outlive us.
  4. ONE roach is enough to scare the hell out of most people.

Seems like perfect monster movie fuel to me. Filmmakers, get on this! And give me a cut if you use my idea, I could use the money. I’ve even got a potential title: THE CRAWL.







A minute of silence for all the good books with bad movie adaptions.

A minute of silence for all the bad books that are getting movie adaptations.

A minute of silence for books with the movie adaptation on the front cover

A minute of silence for The Last Airbender

ten minutes of silence for The Last Airbender

#100 years trapped in an iceberg of silence for the last airbender

Oh, yes. YES.

I’ve been waiting for Nathan Rabin to review this horrible abortion of a “children’s movie” (quotes mine) ever since I saw its disastrous box-office numbers (Roughly $30 per theater. Not per screen, per theater!)

Mr. Rabin, you did not disappoint. This was one of the funniest movie reviews I’ve ever read, and it reveals the whole horrible, misguided, marketing-led, what-the-hell-were-they-thinking thought process that resulted in its creation.

The comments section and the fact that Mr. Rabin for some reason took his wife to this monstrosity are just icing. Bravo.

Nathan Rabin’s My World of Flops reviews “The Oogieloves in The Big Balloon Adventure”


“Ripple Effect” is a Back to the Future / Puella Magi Madoka Magica crossover fic that’s…

No, wait, come back! I know what you’re thinking, but this story, just based on my reading of the first chapter, is better written and thought out than it has any right to be, makes an astonishing amount of sense, and stays dead-on to the characterization.

If you’ve taken a chance and read Stars Above, my equally preposterous crossover Madoka fic, I absolutely recommend you read this one too. It’s far shorter than my monstrosity, and it’s definitely, definitely worth the read.


Ripple Effect


Ebert’s Great Movies review of Miyazaki’s Spirited Away.




Non-stop laughs. IT’S A LAUGH RIOT!

List of films used. 

  1. Batman and Robin
  2. Wizard of Oz
  3. The Matrix Revolutions
  4. Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
  5. How the Grinch Stole Christmas
  6. The Little Mermaid
  7. Beauty and the Beast
  8. Highlander
  9. Monsters Vs. Aliens
  10. Aladdin
  11. Finding Nemo
  12. Inglourious Basterds
  13. Batman Forever
  14. Princess Bride
  15. A Christmas Story
  16. Cars 2
  17. Raiders of the Lost Ark
  18. Super Mario Bros
  19. Snow White
  20. A Nightmare Before Christmas
  21. The Muppets
  22. Oldboy
  23. Back to the Future
  24. True Romance
  25. Fight Club
  26. Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2
  27. The Exorcist
  28. Hook
  29. Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call – New Orleans
  30. Deadfall
  31. Face Off
  32. Grindhouse Trailer: Werewolf Women of the SS
  33. Face Off
  34. Deadfall
  35. Evil Dead 3: Army of Darkness
  36. Bride of Chucky
  37. Kung Fu Panda
  38. Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back
  39. Thor
  40. Blue Velvet
  41. The Incredibles
  42. The Shining
  43. The Assassination of Jesse James
  44. Roadhouse
  45. The Great Dictator
  46. The Money Pit
  47. Toy Story 2
  48. Power Rangers
  49. Batman (1966)
  50. Batman (1989)
  51. The Dark Knight
  52. Troll 2
  53. Deathproof
  54. Monsters Inc.
  55. Sin City
  56. Megamind
  57. Kill Bill Volume 2
  58. True Romance
  59. Leon
  60. Fifth Element
  61. Hannibal
  62. Bram Stoker’s Dracula
  63. Kung Fu Panda 2
  64. Dr Strangelove
  65. Akira
  66. Predator
  67. Blazing Saddles
  68. A Clockwork Orange
  69. Batman Forever
  70. Toy Story
  71. A Streetcar Named Desire
  72. Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
  73. A Nightmare Before Christmas
  74. Black Dynamite
  75. A Nightmare on Elm Street
  76. Toy Story 3
  77. Labyrinth
  78. Young Frankenstein
  79. 101 Dalmatians
  80. Demolition Man
  81. Lion King
  82. The Dentist 2
  83. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  84. Stephen King’s IT
  85. American Psycho
  86. Zoolander
  87. Street Fighter
  88. The Simpsons Movie
  89. Despicable Me
  90. Spiderman
  91. Star Was: Revenge of the Sith
  92. Shrek
  93. Inglourious Basterds
  94. Live and Let Die
  95. Evil Dead
  96. Die Hard
  97. Die Hard II
  98. Die Hard III
  99. Evil Dead II
  100. The Muppets

It’s missing the Mark Hamill Joker and Dr. Horrible, but otherwise it’s more-or-less definitive. Major props for including Tex Oilman. XD



Confession time: when I left the theater after seeing The Avengers, the only thing dampening my glee at what I had just seen was the knowledge that Joss Whedon wouldn’t be doing the sequel. With that thought, I prepared myself for disappointment.

Friends, I am disappointed no longer, because JOSS WHEDON WILL WRITE AND DIRECT THE AVENGERS 2.




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