Warner Bros.

The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 161–Free Mold!

The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 161–Free Mold!

After three great weeks of guests, the HOBI Gang is left to their own vices this week in the BOB Studios! The guys debate Ben Affleck not directing The Batman, review the season premiere of Riverdale, and remember the greatness of Mary Tyler Moore.  Jason is upset that What About Bob? is being remade while Jeff continues to defend his wrong stance on Star Wars not being a science fiction film! Blake and Jason are fascinated with dinosaurs but Blake is creeped out by Shazam while Jeff tries to understand Jason’s fascination with television pilots!  The guys list their Top 5 Songs They Think Are Perfect and surprise, Blake disagrees with everything Jason picks! This episode is sponsored by the Cincinnati Comic Expo!

Be Sociable, Share!

    165 Mickey Mouse is My Friend!

    165 Mickey Mouse is My Friend!

    Welcome back to the Neverland Podcast!

    This week’s journey to Neverland is a bit different. This week is a simple message of unity, love, and friendship as we unite under the banner of our fandom.

    Sure we are going to talk about the title of the new Star Wars movie, but we’re going to have some fun in with the Neverland Storytime with Charlie Brown, and enjoy Mickey’s Royal Friendship Fair!

    I’m also going to pay tribute to John Hurt with some memorable audio clips.

    Grab your pixie and let’s fly to Neverland!

    Donate to enter into Chris Evan’s escape room.

    Podcasters! Get your show out in front of new listeners with Kiss My RSS!

    Hire me for voice over work on Fiverr!

    Learn voiceover from some of the best in the industry at Global Voice Actor Academy

    Learn puppetry from Muppeteer, Mike Quin at Secrets of Puppetry More

    Be Sociable, Share!

      The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 160–Not Enough Rhinestones!

      The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 160–Not Enough Rhinestones!

      The HOBI Gang is joined by Andrew Satterfield, the founder of the Cincinnati Comic Expo, to discuss some big news regarding the Expo! The guys talk news of The Last Jedi, Jeff makes a Sophie’s Choice between two classic science fiction television shows, Jason loves him some Neil Diamond and Blake can’t believe the Arrival is up for an Oscar for Best Picture!  The gang goes insane trying to figure out the timeline for the new Logan film and Andrew debates where Rogue One sits on all time Star Wars films.  The guys debate the Top 5 Favorite Fantasy Films of the 1980s, much to Jason’s dismay, and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels becomes a bad idea this week! This episode is sponsored by the Cincinnati Comic Expo!

      Be Sociable, Share!

        The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 159–Grand Pappy Vader!

        The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 159–Grand Pappy Vader!

        The HOBI Gang welcomes Matthew McDonough from the Passers-by Podcast into the BOB Studios to tell some stories and rant about the geeky topics of the week!  The guys draft a new version of Perfect Strangers and Matthew completes his team in a very strange way!  Blake is excited about playing Dungeons and Dragons in virtual reality while Jason is embarrassed he sat through Independence Day: Resurgence and Jeff doesn’t get Jason’s movie choices.  The guys still don’t know who is watching Sing and Matthew’s love of Point Break is the origin for the Top 5 this week!  This episode is sponsored by the Cincinnati Comic Expo!

        Be Sociable, Share!

          The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 158–Doctoring the Tardis!

          The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 158–Doctoring the Tardis!

          The HOBI Gang is back after an extended holiday break and they welcome Dr. Bednar into the BOB Studios!  The guys get caught up on all their holiday shenanigans and are excited about a new beer sponsor for the podcast, Municipal Brew Works!  The gang informs everyone, thanks to the Stuff That Matters podcast, on how to buy the new HOBI shirts with proceeds going to charity.  Dr. Bednar’s impression of Jason doesn’t buy him any friendship points from Jason but still impresses the crew! Blake still hates Arrival, Dr. Bednar still is trying to get over Ohio State being embarrassed, and Jason wants to see the Director’s Cut of Rogue One.  The guys wonder why Underworld is still a film franchise and list their Top 5 Favorite Fictional Spies/Government Agents! This episode is sponsored by the Cincinnati Comic Expo!

          Be Sociable, Share!

            DC Superpowers Podcast – Issue 38

            DC Superpowers Podcast – Issue 38

            Welcome Back to the DC Superpowers Podcast. This week your Dynamic Duo of Junior Justice Leaguers is here with all the news, reviews and previews from across the multiverse. More

            Be Sociable, Share!

              The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 155–The Annual Holiday Roundtable Episode!

              The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 155–The Annual Holiday Roundtable Episode!

              It’s a special super-sized episode of HOBI as the BOB Studios welcomes Dr. Bednar, Number One Fan Doug, Nic the Gimp, the Ditt-man and Scab Jeff to join Blake, Jeff and Jason this week!  The Roundtable debate the new Batman Lego Movie, what Jeff is wearing all the while Scab Jeff has fun with alcohol!  The guys get excited about Gotham Sirens but worry about Megan Fox, travel down memory lane as they rank their favorite video games and give a moment of silence for the television shows cancelled this year.  Half of the Roundtable has seen Rogue One (no spoilers!) but the other half are trying to avoid any talk of it and the guys wrap up this holiday episode with the Top 5 Overrated Holiday-Themed Items!  This episode is sponsored by the Cincinnati Comic Expo!

               

              Be Sociable, Share!

                The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 154–Star Wars: An Alabama Story

                The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 154–Star Wars: An Alabama Story

                The HOBI Gang is gearing up for the holidays but still have time to catch up on Captain Phillips, three years later, and are luke warm to the awful Bengals and Browns game!  Jason and Blake debate the Walking Dead Fall Season Finale while everyone worries about the new Powerless television show.  Blake is in love with El Henno’s gift and Jason feels bad about accepting bribes for the upcoming Floppy Awards but not bad enough to send gifts back!  Jeff and Blake question what spin-offs are available in the Star Wars Universe and Jason still has no idea what Collateral Beauty is all about!  The guys divide up their Top 5 this week and Jason can’t contain his excitement for Rogue One!  This episode is sponsored by the Cincinnati Comic Expo!

                Be Sociable, Share!

                  The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 152–A Life Sized Peter!

                  The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 152–A Life Sized Peter!

                  The HOBI Gang welcomes film critic Jeff Morris, aka Scab Jeff, into the studio to discuss all the latest geeky news!  Jason shows no love for Trolls while Blake still hasn’t forgotten about the Ab Fab hate from last week and Scab Jeff actually remembers what books he has written!  Jeff and Jason want the Great Indoors to be better but are not holding out hope but they can all agree on the greatness of Westworld.  The guys are tepid for the Vampire Chronicles television series and wrap up the episode by honoring Florence Henderson and talking their Top 5 Favorite Television Moms!  This episode sponsored by the Cincinnati Comic Expo!

                  Be Sociable, Share!

                    The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 151–I Really Like The Mistletoe Promise!

                    The History of Bad Ideas Podcast, Ep. 151–I Really Like The Mistletoe Promise!

                    The HOBI Gang welcomes Neil from Dark Angels and Pretty Freaks back into the studio to talk all things that glisten! The guys debate the newest Westworld episode, Neil betrays Bon Jovi in a fight against Ab Fab but does invite him to Thanksgiving! The gang talk season two of Stranger Things while Jason gets excited for Kong: Skull Island and Neil gives an updated weather report. The guys list their Top 5 People They Want To Show Up for Thanksgiving and a listener provides the Bad Idea of the Week!  This episode sponsored by the Cincinnati Comic Expo!

                    Be Sociable, Share!

                      GW1 Issue 79 – Cobster’s Paradise

                      GW1 Issue 79 – Cobster’s Paradise

                      It’s our annual Con on the Cob episode, recorded in front of a live convention audience! We have some con coverage, plus plenty of talk about recent geek news. And we close things out with a great interview with game developer (and friend to all) Sean Patrick Fannon.

                      More

                      Be Sociable, Share!

                        143 Kubo Fights Typhoons in a Tugboat with Donatello

                        143 Kubo Fights Typhoons in a Tugboat with Donatello

                        Welcome back to the Neverland Podcast!
                        It’s another great week for hearing some audio from the Kansas City Comic Con (KCCC). This week we’ll hear from Jeremy Howard who plays Donatello in the current Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle films, and Fred Ottman, WWE LEGEND!
                        Before all of that though, I have a review of the new film Kubo and the Two Strings. This new stop motion film looks beautiful, but does it have the heart to compete with our friends at PIXAR and Disney Animation?
                        Eddie Murphy has a new film on the way, and I’ve got the trailer to talk about in the Neverland Trailer Park. I think he could be working his way toward an Oscar!
                        And while we are enjoying some fun with fairy tales, how about we take a listen to The Black Cauldron during our Neverland Story Time!
                        Grab your pixie and let’s fly to Neverland!

                        Get YOUR tickets for “COMIX: Beyond the Comic Pages” a Neverland Podcast Event!!

                        Podcasters! Get your show out in front of new listeners with Kiss My RSS!

                        Hire me for voice over work on Fiverr!
                        More

                        Be Sociable, Share!

                          140 Harry Potter, Harley Quinn, and a Haunted Mansion FOTM 2016 Meetup

                          140 Harry Potter, Harley Quinn, and a Haunted Mansion FOTM 2016 Meetup

                          Welcome back to the Neverland Podcast!
                          Are you ready to spend some time in Disneyland with some podcasting pals at Friends of the Magic 2016? Eric (our beloved Lost Boy Retlaw) was there to represent our beloved Neverland with some tough trivia, great prizes, and a trip through the Haunted Mansion!
                          But before we try to keep from becoming the 1000th Happy Haunt, we have some great Disney and Star Wars news followed by some reviews!
                          There is a new Harry Potter book out there, and Jeremy (our beloved Spider-Pan) read it somewhere in between text books just so he could review it for you!
                          Jeremy hasn’t been too excited for Suicide Squad, but he decided he’d check it out for the good of the show. Is it as bad as the critics say? He’ll tell you what he thought of it.
                          Eric got lots of fun audio from around Disneyland, including a preview for Pete’s Dragon, and we’ll give it all a listen!
                          Get your tickets to Kansas City ComicCon! More

                          Be Sociable, Share!

                            Suicide Squad Non-Spoiler Film Review!

                            Suicide Squad Non-Spoiler Film Review!

                            Written by Jason Brigger

                            Director: David Ayer

                            Writers: David Ayer

                            Starring: Margot Robbie, Jared Leto, Joel Kinnaman, Will Smith and Viola Davis

                            Suicide Squad explodes into theaters on Friday, August 2, 2016 and hopes to change the fortunes of Warner Brothers and DC Films after the marginal financial success of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.  The prior films did not win over film critics and left a much divided fan base in their aftermath and while Suicide Squad is not everyone’s cup of tea, it is better than the DC films before it.

                            In short, Intelligence Officer Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) takes a nonsensical idea of assembling a team of the most dangerous supervillains and give them top-secret missions to complete that the normal person would not touch, let alone succeed.  The U.S. government is worried about the increase of meta-humans in the world and decides “why not?” which is flawless logic, and supplies weapons to Deadshot (Will Smith), Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney), and other villains all under the guardianship of Rick Flag (a very buff Joel Kinnaman).  This “Suicide Squad” must learn to work together and not kill each in order to stop a mysterious mystical entity.  Oh, did we mention that the Joker (Jared Leto) comes along for the ride as well?

                            The Good:

                            -The Squad.  Yes, the audience will be introduced to a lot of new characters in this film but despite the lack of adequate backstories for all, it’s a hot mess of fun.  Never before has a group of villains been this much fun to watch and with the majority of the characters appearing on film for the first time, the film feels fresh, something the DC Film universe desperately needs at this time.  The characters of El Diablo (Jay Hernandez), Harley Quinn, the Joker, and Deadshot all receive well written back stories and the audience will feel vested in their character arches throughout the film.

                            -The Joker.  Any fear from fans of the Joker are left in the dust as Jared Leto delivers a performance that is just a level below that of Heath Ledger’s Joker from The Dark Knight.  This Joker is a littler darker than previous versions and some die-hard fans may be upset that this Joker is more mob boss than serial killer but at the end of this film, it leaves the audience wanting to see more of the Joker, which for the franchise, is a good thing.

                            -Harley Quinn.  Margot Robbie turns a possible one note character into a superstar in one film.  Robbie is masterful as the Joker-smitten psychiatrist turned psychotic anti-hero.  Ayer’s writing allows fans new to the character of Harley Quinn to understand her broken psyche while still giving the purists enough references back to her animated roots to enjoy.  While Quinn provides most of the comedic relief of the film, she also is written as a truly dangerous person that is looking for anarchy above all else.  Warner Brothers should be commended for the casting of Robbie in this role and a role that Robbie has truly made her own.

                            The Bad:

                            The Enchantress.  Suicide Squad falters by providing “street-level” and “gritty” villains battling a mystical witch, who just doesn’t seem to fit in the story.  The Enchantress (Cara Delevingne) would be a fine villain fighting the more mystical superheroes in the DC Universe but in a film that is more realistic, she just doesn’t fit.  The Squad is better suited for facing off against a mob boss or a domestic terrorist rather than a mystical being and her even more mystical and out of place brother, Incubus (Alain Chanoine).  It also doesn’t help that the alter ego of the Enchantress, June Moone, is in a relationship with Rick Flag that just doesn’t feel authentic to the film.

                            -Too Much Will Smith.  Smith’s character, Deadshot, is a complex and interesting character but the “too much of a good thing” applies in this film.  My biggest worry was that the film would become a “Will Smith Film” and at times, the film certainly does transform into his film.  Smith “mugs” for the camera way too much and for an ensemble film, is too front and centered and limits the screen time for other more deserving characters.  Smith may be the biggest star attached to the film but Robbie’s Harley Quinn and Hernandez’s character of El Diablo come across as more deserving of screen time.

                            The Middling:

                            – The Story Itself.  The cohesiveness of the plot is not the strongest as the audience only sees the Squad have one mission to complete throughout the film and unfortunately that mission is very reminiscent of the more recent Judge Dredd and The Raid films.  I would have liked to have seen the Squad bond through a montage of several missions prior to facing the main villain but in the film’s defense, the story and the film becomes better in the film’s second and third acts.

                            -The Lack of Character Development.  While Ayer does a commendable job for the well-developed stories of some characters (see above), the backstory for Killer Croc (Adewale Akinuoye-Agbaje) and Captain Boomerang is far less compelling.  Besides a criminal rap sheet for Killer Croc that is shown to the audience at the beginning of the film, the audience never really understands what he is or why he became that way in the first place.  While the backstory is a little better for Captain Boomerang, the character never really advances past a one note villain that much rather drink than engage in the action of his fellow teammates.  On the opposite side of the spectrum, too much backstory was written about the mysterious bodyguard for Flag, Katana (Karen Fukuhara).  Katana is definitely a fun and kick butt character but too much information was given for a character that should have been left unknown.

                            Final Grade: C+ (A Little Above Average)

                            Suicide Squad is not a great film but is a fun action/comedic film that is DC’s best film to-date that will leave the audience wanting to know more about the cast of characters in the Squad.  While Suicide Squad could have used a little more “tightening up” on the script and even a better main villain to defeat, the groundwork is there for a franchise that has the ability to improve in later films.  The film is reminiscent of the great Deadpool film released earlier this year as Suicide Squad is something completely different from what the audience has come to expect from Warner Brothers and DC.  If the studio can build off the uniqueness of this film, the DC film universe has a good opportunity to improve and build a bigger audience, something they need at this time.

                            You can catch Jason Brigger on the geek-centric podcast, The History of Bad Ideas, as new episodes are released at www.webegeekspc.com every Wednesday or subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps.  You can listen to their latest episode right here: http://webegeekspc.com/history-bad-ideas-podcast-ep-135-winona-show/

                            Be Sociable, Share!

                              GW1 Issue 46 – Super Hero Battle Royale

                              GW1 Issue 46 – Super Hero Battle Royale

                              It’s our monthly show from The Malted Meeple in Hudson, Ohio. This month we’re joined by Bart, Vern and Kam, along with Karington repping the Meeple, Northeast Ohio Ghostbuster Trevor and author Marcus Calvert. We’ve got geek on geek violence (no, not really) as we talk about the good and the bad of Batman v Superman. Plus, we share our thoughts on some of the geeky movies coming out in the second quarter of 2016.  More

                              Be Sociable, Share!

                                121 Batman v Superman v Star Tours!

                                121 Batman v Superman v Star Tours!

                                Neverland BvSWelcome back to the Neverland Podcast!
                                Happy Easter! Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was released this holiday weekend, but before we cover all things DC, we’ll spend a little time with the Disney fun that we love.
                                This week we have two new trailers to review in the Neverland Trailer Park. Although neither are Disney movies, one of them has a Disney connection. The Lego Batman Movie, and The Huntsman: Winters War.
                                Tim Nydell from Saturday Morning Rewind will take us on a ride through Star Tours before we sit around the campfire for more of the Neverland Story Time!
                                And then it’s time to geek out with Lost Boy Tricky Rick as he tells us about some of the history between Batman and Superman in the pages of DC comics. When did they first meet? Have they ever fought before? Who would win in a fight to the death?
                                I’ll spend some time with Lost Boy Phillip as well, discussing some of these topics before he and I sit down to review the new movie, Batman v Superman.
                                Hear me on Stuff I Never Knew Episode 18!
                                Be sure to visit iTunes to purchase your copy of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – John Williams
                                Please also pick up your copy of Journey to the Stars – Tom Ameen
                                Katie Leigh’s new audio book will be released April 1st, Adventures in Oddity.
                                Be sure to purchase some great music from Yehaa Bob Jackson!
                                Bob Jackson’s Sunset Sky on iTunes
                                Bob Jackson’s Original Compositions on iTunes
                                Bob Jackson’s The Saddest Poem on iTunes
                                Dr. Solar is by The Silvermen. Although you can’t purchase this song, they have two albums available on iTunes.
                                Incendiary, Luminary – The Silvermen
                                Attack! – The Silvermen
                                Grab your pixie and let’s fly to Neverland!
                                Please rate and review The Neverland Podcast!
                                iTunes
                                Stitcher
                                Blubrry
                                Twitter
                                Facebook
                                Facebook Group
                                Email Us!
                                Leave a Voicemail (816) 226-6492
                                Visit our shop! http://neverlandpodcast.spreadshirt.com/
                                Become a patron! https://www.patreon.com/neverlandpodcast

                                Help out a Neverlander by voting for their
                                Pinocchio LEGO Project
                                !
                                Help out another Neverlander by voting for this other fantastic LEGO project, The Labrynth!

                                If you are interested in starting a podcast yourself, make sure you visit Paid2Podcast!

                                We are part of the We Be Geeks Network!

                                Be Sociable, Share!

                                  Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Non-Spoiler Film Review

                                  Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Non-Spoiler Film Review

                                  Written by Jason Brigger

                                  The History of Bad Ideas Podcast

                                  Batman v. Superman, after many years of hype, crashes into theaters this Friday, March 25 and despite the film not delivering a knockout punch to the audience, it does leave the fans staggering and wondering what went wrong with a film that should be a heavyweight.

                                  The film takes place two years after Superman (Henry Caviill) delivered the neck snap heard around the world to Zod (Michael Shannon) in Man of Steel and in the process, destroyed over half the city of Metropolis. Crime-fighting Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) realizes no one should have that much power and dons the cowl as Batman and sets off to knock Superman down a peg or two. While the two heroes clash their fists and their egos, criminal mastermind Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) has a more heinous plan to take down the heroes and claim Metropolis for himself. Luckily Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) can keep her temper in check long enough to actually try to save the city that Batman and Superman seem to forget about.

                                  The Good:

                                  -Wonder Woman has arrived. Gadot may only be in the film for approximately 30 minutes but she steals the scenes she is in as Wonder Woman. Despite a decent amount of superheroes, cameo or otherwise, Wonder Woman and maybe one robotic hero are the only future solo films I leave Batman v. Superman wanting to watch.

                                  -The actors. It’s not that the acting by Affleck, Cavill and Gadot is fantastic but the actors do an impressive job with a less than impressive script. Cavill has improved dramatically as both Clark Kent and as Superman in this film and even Affleck won’t disappoint most Batman fans. Gadot…see above.

                                  The Bad:

                                  The pacing of the film. A film that is 150 minutes is a long time to sit and watch when the film is neither intriguing nor exciting for over half of the film. Even worse? The final battle with Doomsday, Luthor’s secret weapon, is ridiculous looking and not in a good way. The studio, Warner Brothers, has a bigger issue because the film does not make the audience excited for the future Justice League film, which Warner Brothers was hoping Batman v. Superman would accomplish.

                                  -The soundtrack. Soundtracks for films can change a mundane moment into a classic moment but bad soundtracks can pull the audience out of the action and completely change the attitude of the film. Batman v. Superman does not have a good soundtrack and at times, even a bad soundtrack, as evident in the final fight scene with Doomsday. The music during the battle even elicited some laughter from the audience I was watching with and pulls the audience completely out of a serious moment of the film.

                                  -Director Zack Snyder. I know director Zack Snyder loves comic books and is trying to make a superhero film that both fans of the comics and the general audience will love and I applaud him for that but Batman v. Superman is not that film. As stated above, the actors are good but from the pacing to squeezing too many plot points into one film to even the look of the film, leaves this film a mess. Warner Brothers wanted to hire an architect to guide their DC film universe but after Man of Steel and Batman v. Superman, the wheels are coming off pretty fast and it may be too late for Snyder’s next film, Justice League.

                                  The Middling:

                                  -Jesse Eisenberg. Eisenberg does a really good job portraying the Joker in Batman v. Superman but unfortunately he is supposed to be playing Lex Luthor. The character of Luthor is all over the place and while the future films will hopefully allow Eisenberg to fully grasp the role of the villainous mastermind, this is not the Luthor that Superman should be afraid to challenge. Luthor never comes across as the evil mastermind that is always two steps ahead of Superman but at least Eisenberg looks like he is having fun with the role, which should count for something.

                                  -The background. So after the massive amount of civilian deaths in Man of Steel’s fight scenes, Batman v. Superman tones it down in terms of unnecessary deaths…to zero. The cities of Metropolis and Gotham look good but the audience is only shown a few areas of each city. The excuse that the business district is empty due to the fights occurring after 5 p.m. on a workday, yes a real explanation used in the film, is weak at very best. Snyder took a lot of negative critique for the unnecessary civilian deaths in Man of Steel, and to Snyder’s credit, it’s addressed in this film, but by being overly cautious, the cities just look like empty toy play sets.

                                  Final Grade: C-

                                  I had no idea what to expect coming into this film and to say I left with lower expectations for future DC films is not a good sign. I applaud Snyder for going the opposite direction of the Marvel films by taking a darker tone but Batman v. Superman tries to do too much and fails at the majority of it. The film is not for young kids and fans of the comics will pick the film apart and even the general audience will be disappointed in the final product. The film is not as bad as Fantastic Four from 2015 but it’s just a spot above the mess of a film that is Green Lantern.

                                  You can catch Jason Brigger on the geek-centric podcast, The History of Bad Ideas, as new episodes drop every Wednesday on www.webegeekspc.com or subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps.

                                  Be Sociable, Share!

                                    112 Aladdin Journeys to the Stars

                                    112 Aladdin Journeys to the Stars

                                    Welcome back to the Neverland Podcast!
                                    It took over a month, but CD Baby finally delivered on my purchase of Tom Ameen’s Journey to the Stars! I’ve taken a few listens to this album and I now present to you my review of this latest work from pianist Tom Ameen.
                                    It’s time for another trip to the Neverland Trailer Park to take a quick look at DC’s Suicide Squad. There is some buzz behind this movie, but is it enough to get me excited?
                                    And finally, Lost Boy Eric will take us into the Hyperion Theater for a viewing of Aladdin, The Musical Spectacular. This show closed forever on January 10, but the memories of those that viewed it will live on forever. I hope this last listen brings back all the fun you have had viewing the show, or hearing it on other podcasts.
                                    Oh, and it looks like I lost a bet….so enjoy my humiliation.
                                    And be sure to visit iTunes to purchase your copy of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – John Williams
                                    Please also pick up your copy of Journey to the Stars – Tom Ameen
                                    Grab your pixie and let’s fly to Neverland! More

                                    Be Sociable, Share!