Wednesday, January 06, 2010

VHS HELL: Space Time Twister

VHS HELL
Space Time Twister VHS
Space Time Twister VHS back

7 comments:

Chris Sobieniak said...

Just being reminded "Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures" came out yesterday. Haven't gotten it yet, but from a few reviews, it's sad it lacks in the extras dept. There were a lot to talk about on that show that sadly could not get heard/seen due to budgetary reasons.

Being off-topic with that note, some people do think of Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat as a later version of what Ralph Bakshi & Co. were doing a decade before. I'll leave it at that.

Tohoscope said...

I had forgotten about the New Adventures street date. Gotta get that for the library.

Chris Sobieniak said...

It's a must.

There's only been a few complaints about it right now. One for the lack of commentary tracks on all the episodes, plus a live-action bit at the end of one episode someone reported a while back I wish I knew about. I assume it still aces in quality and just the way we want it, but a shame for it's lacking in the extras dept. Read the animators saved up tons of material that didn't all make it to the final cut.

Tohoscope said...

I hadn't planned on posting all these Felix VHS covers to coincide with the release of The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse, but somehow it seems fitting.

Chris Sobieniak said...

Again, both shows had a bit in common in rejuvenating classic cartoon properties with offbeat, contemporary ideas.

Tohoscope said...

I do find it kind of funny that this is a Film Roman cartoon. Outside of The Simpsons I really don't think of Film Roman as being cutting edge.

Chris Sobieniak said...

I do find it kind of funny that this is a Film Roman cartoon. Outside of The Simpsons I really don't think of Film Roman as being cutting edge.

Too often when I think of Film Roman, I'm still stuck on the Garfield specials since that was the first thing the ever did!

 
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