Purple People Eater 97/365

Did no one in the art department think giving Ned Beatty a Deliverance credit for this children's movie inspired by Little Richard was a weird idea?

Rocketman 87/365

I have never seen this 90's gem but my good buddy sent it to me along with a few others in a VHS care package. So in honor of a Steve Martin Sunday; I'm going to get small and watch this.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit 40/365

"I heard if you pause the laserdisc at the right time you can see Jessica Rabbit's thumper." -6th Grade Boys

How the Best was Won: 1933-1960 26/365

This is my favorite collection of cartoons ever put together. When I was a child my grandmother gave me a VHS of this and I watched it non stop. It came with 5 cartoons; Building a Building (1933), Funny Little Bunnies (1934), Three Orphan Kittens (1935), Ferdinand the Bull (1938), Goliath II (1960). Building became my personal number 1 Mickey …

Dennis the Menace: Dinosaur Hunter

When I was a kid I didn’t really have friends so I retreated to my basement for most hours of the day. If it was the summer I wouldn’t leave the basement besides to eat or use the bathroom. I had a tv, vcr, nintendo and my dog Toby. Here we watched countless movies and acted them out. We would rewrite scenes and create them. (one of Toby’s favorite characters was Snarf from Thundercats) But that’s not the point. The point of this post is to discuss Dennis the Menace Dinosaur Hunter.