May
03

BMFcast174 – Turn On Your Owl Light

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Rock-A-Doodle (1991) is how we kick off AniMAYtion. Oh Don Bluth, what hath you wrought upon this world?

Second half we go positively crazy as we catch up listener correspondence. Enjoy!

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  1. musim says:

    Here’s a good/bad anime for you guys: Highlander. Animated by the people who did Vampire Hunter D Bloodlust, Highlander is the story of a McCloud in a dystopian future inhabited by crazy mutant looking people as well as women with sideburns and is only 86 minutes long. Personally, I love this movie but have no illusions that anyone else would think it was bad. Also lots of blood and super powers.

  2. musim says:

    Oh! And Fatal Fury the Motion Picture! Its the third film in the sequence but its good/bad where the others are bad bad. Its 100 minutes and stars Terry Bo-gard (spit on the first syllable). I have no idea how to sell this movie but its a fun almost Indiana/Mummy-esque type adventure involving the armor of Mars (or some other war god whose name escapes me). Also animated pretty well for the time.

  3. musim says:

    Also I know you guys already have your movies picked out, but seriously put the aforementioned movies as backup and in act the 5 minute rule! Its a bit mind blowing to me that you guys are sticking to so much American and Canadian animation.

  4. Chuck says:

    Would this animated gif from this episode have come from an anime film? That’s why we’re sticking to our list.

  5. musim says:

    I’m just saying, it kind of sounded like all of you vehemently hated this film. Is one animated gif worth that?

  6. Strelnikov says:

    “Iā€™m just saying, it kind of sounded like all of you vehemently hated this film.”

    Musim, NO critic has ever liked “Rock-A-Doodle.” They thought it was well drawn, or that one or two of the songs was good, but nobody (except for commenters at Rotten Tomatoes or IMdB who first saw it as children) has thought the movie as a whole was good.

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