Welcome to another edition of Fan Corner, where I highlight the fan fiction, fan films, and other fan projects that are actually worth checking out. I hope you're ready for an earworm, because today we're going Disney! »
Disney characters might be beloved, but that doesn't mean they can't also be weird. This becomes particularly apparent if you ever try to mimic their behavior—which, by the way, you probably shouldn't. »
I had two options today: I could write something thoughtful, profound and provocative, or I could write about Disney movies. It wasn't a difficult decision. »
Someone created a version of "Do You Want to Build a Snowman" in the style of Kingdom Hearts... And yeah, it's pretty spot on. »
There are so many reinterpretations of Disney Princesses out there. They can be fun at times and boring and repetitive at others. Sometimes they just boggle the mind. Mike Roshuk's interpretation of the princesses as "Fantasy Warriors" is possibly the weirdest and creepiest I have seen. »
The float is inspired by Maleficent. Looks pretty badass. I can't wait to see what else the Imagineers cook up for this parade. These guys have been on a role lately. More pics at the link.
I love Disney, I love the parks but do you think anyone understands the irony of destroying perfectly good native environment to create an artificial environment that is a parable that teaches us to love our native environment?
One of my family's recent traditions is to skip the Disney Parks in the days following Christmas and instead Ride the Monorails, buses, boats and walk to visit as many of the different resorts as possible to check out the Christmas decorations. Not much changes from year to year, but it is beautiful none the less.… »
I know you're all just dying to know what that one guy who liked Tangled more than Inception thought of the new Disney movie, so I thought I'd tell you all real quick. Try not to be too surprised but... I liked it. »
1. People get really angry when you refer to something as a "hit," and are only talking about quality. »
In the wake of another successful hit for Disney, it looks like we may be entering another Disney Golden Age after a decade of hit-or-miss films (Atlantis: Hit, Chicken Little: Miss, Meet the Robinsons: Hit, Home on the Range: Miss). In fact, Disney has announced their next major animated film under the Walt Disney… »
I'll give you a moment to take in the picture before the reveal.
Is it creepy a 37 year old man is into Disney and Princesses? I have a 7 year old daughter who loves these things, so I kind of got into it in default. I've seen The Little Mermaid so many times I can recite the lyrics to Part of Your World. That was my… »