I may like Les Mis parodies a little too much. That being said I really love this skit.


Here is a channel that focuses on all things Hunchback, I encourage people to watch and do all the youtube stuff.

Also a few comments on the subject of this video, I agree Djali is the far superior side-kick over the gargoyles. I do wonder if less would have been more with gargoyles. Instead of having three if them maybe one good one that off-set Quasimodo’s personality. I think the idea of them could have good but they did shift focus away and while most of the jokes were not funny they didn’t make sense with in the context of the story. Hunchback is not a magic driven story and being “part of the “architecture” is no excuse for anachronistic humor. I guess Aladdin ruin it, it just made sense in Aladdin and was a bad decision in Hunchback.

Anyway if you like Hunchback and go watch her videos and other Hunchback videos on youtube and maybe Disney/Hollywood will take a hint that people have an interest in Hunchback.

Tomorrow is May 4th (May Fourth be with you) but since Thursdays are an OUAT day, I’m doing a Star Wars post today! So here is a video pairing Hellfire with Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

So yeah, this combo wasn’t hard to find. There is a plethora of options from all across the Saga. I admit it I do like this pairing (Reylo) if it turns out not to happen I will rethink some aspects of The Force Awakens but as long as the story is good, it will be ok. I admit it, I kinda love the idea of this combination. Adam Driver good make a great Frollo.

BB-8 is awesome 



At the 2016 Rostelecom Cup, American, Courtney Hicks skated to a medley of Disney’s Hunchback. It’s a rather curious medley as it uses an instrumental version of The Bells of Notre Dame, the movie version of God Help the Outcast and the reprise of The Bells of Notre Dame from the stage musical. Hicks also placed third*.


No Burbank post this week but I have a treat,


I have been waiting for this for like two years.   And as a bonus



DTV Monster Hits was a big thing in my childhood, my family recorded it on VHS (oh yeah) and I used to watch it a lot. Sadly this is pre-Disney Renassiance so no Hunchback but it defiantly a call back to 1980’s sentiments where you could scare child so long as it ended happily. I do prefer Disney being scary than sweet Princess stories but what can you do, I’m not an executive at Disney (Hire me Disney, we can make a scary Princess!)

Just click the picture below to watch the special (only only I could share it.)

DTV Monster Hits picture image

DTV Monster Hits

So this is basically Disney music videos with spooky songs. There ¬†a few other things that are creepy and Halloween-ish, like the Evil Queen’s magic mirror and Witch Hazel. Also just to date this special, it has a preview of the newest movie at the time which was the¬†The Great Mouse Detective, which was a fun movie! ¬†The special ¬†a great blend of old-school Dinsey charm and spooky creepy stuff. ¬†I think my favorites of the music videos are Bad Moon Rising (not my typical style of music), Sweet Dreams, Monster Mash, Somebody’s watching, Better Run and Heffalumps & Woozles¬†just to name a few. I really do love this special.

Happy Halloween!



This is far too silly. Video by Rin.

I love the dog as Djali.


I love that he liked getting a Razzie for worst song of the year for Newies.

Happy Feast of Fools Day!

Today we have a Let’s Play video from Rin. There are lots games. Enjoy


Rin has lots of Hunchback videos so be sure to subscribe, I did!