The Dark Side of Disney is a new unauthorized documentary film inspired by the bestselling book, which has become known as the “anarchist cookbook of Disney travel guides.” It will premiere at the Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, California on Sunday August 16th at 4:30PM, coinciding with the D23 Expo, the world’s largest Disney Convention.
The opening scene is a conversation between the director and his mother talking about how she scattered his grandmother’s ashes in the moat of Cinderella castle at Walt Disney World. Inspired to find other Disney fans who, like his mom, take their Disney passion to extreme lengths, the filmmaker travels to Orlando to investigate what causes certain Disney fans to cross the line over to the dark side. Continue reading
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Randy Moore’s provocative, much buzzed-about film Escape From Tomorrow, which was secretly shot at Disneyland and Walt Disney World, will get a theatrical release this fall, on Oct. 11, in theaters and on VOD, by Producers Distribution Agency (PDA), according to IGN. Continue reading
“The Lone Ranger” can’t seem to ride away from scathing reviews from critics, with some comparing it to Will Smith’s 1999 epic disaster, “Wild Wild West,” according to CBS.
The $250,000,000 film is currently hovering at 22% on film review site Rotten Tomatoes, according to the Business Insider. Continue reading
The disturbing massacre at a Connecticut elementary school yesterday, by a troubled 20-year old son of a substitute teacher, Adam Lanza, has left the media and police and FBI investigators scrambling for answers. Lanza apparently had a form of autism called Asperger Syndrome.
Lanza showed up at the Sandy Hook elementary school dressed all in black, with body armor. He killed twenty children and several adults before taking his own life. Continue reading
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