Episode 69: Where Do You Go Wrong with an Oracular Pig?

, with special guest:

Disney Urban Fantasy MoviesDear listeners, remember all those weird, dark live action Disney movies from the mid-60s to mid-80s? Well, buckle up for our episode all about Disney Urban Fantasy Movies! For this episode, we are joined by Cetius Scotchbringer, who brought both this week’s subject matter and plenty of scotch for us to sip.

If you would like to drink along, we recommend any and all of the following: Macallen 18 year single malt scotch, Aberlour 16 year single malt scotch, Summer’s Bee Hard Apple Cider.

And if you like scotch, you might be interested in Cetius’ podcast: Xtreme Tasting League: Scotch.

Show notes behind the cut!

Movies mentioned:
The Black Hole
Escape to Witch Mountain
Return from Witch Mountain
Darby O’Gill and the Little People
Something Wicked This Way Comes
The Rocketeer
The Living Daylights
Centennial (TV)
Mary Poppins
Saving Mr. Banks
The Three Lives of Thomasina
Bedknobs and Broomsticks
The Love Bug
Herbie Rides Again
The Cat from Outer Space
Flight of the Navigator
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
Freaky Friday
The Black Cauldron
Mad Max: Fury Road
The Road Warrior
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

People mentioned:
Donald Pleasence
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
Bette Davis
Christopher Lee
Ike Eisenmann
Kim Richards
Lynn-Holly Johnson
Sean Connery
Jonathan Pryce
Jennifer Connelly
Bill Campbell
Timothy Dalton
James Horner
The Sherman Brothers
Angela Lansbury
David Tomlinson
Dean Jones
Roddy McDowall
Kurt Russell


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1 comment

  1. To me, James Horner will always be “the guy who did the Star Trek II theme.” Yes okay he did a lot more than that, but seriously, as many times as I watched that movie, in a weird sort of way that is “my” Star Trek theme track.

    “Something Wicked”: I don’t do scary movies, and yet somehow when I was a kid I saw that one in the town theater, way back in Brewster, Washington. It’s a marvelous film… that even now I’d have a hard time re-watching. Go figure.

    You know what makes a weird double-feature? “The Black Hole” and “Silent Running.” They had a particular style of robot design for a while there, didn’t they?

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