The Curator of Schlock #378: Mary and the Witch’s Flower
The Curator of Schlock #378 by Jeff Shuster Mary and the Witch’s Flower Kind of like a Ghibli movie. The nightmare was over. Operatives from the Canadian government had infiltrated a marsupial slaughterhouse in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Edwige, my kangaroo companion, and myself were saved. All of the surviving animals were to be… Continue reading
The Curator of Schlock #376: Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland
The Curator of Schlock #376 by Jeff Shuster Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland Is it anime? You ever watch a man get eaten alive by Tasmanian devils? I have. You ever watch a man get eaten alive by Tasmanian devils while trapped inside a cage with a kangaroo named Edwige? I have. You ever watch… Continue reading
The Curator of Schlock #375: Robot Carnival
The Curator of Schlock #375 by Jeff Shuster Robot Carnival Nine animators, One vision. An army of rabid Tasmanian devils rushed the security guard and myself. I did what any sane person would do and ran for my life. Edwige, my kangaroo companion and two other kangaroos were locked away in cages. I slid the… Continue reading
The Curator of Schlock #373: The Secret of Nimh
The Curator of Schlock #373 by Jeff Shuster The Secret of NIMH I like cartoons. Stop giving me grief. We heard the screeching, a sound of hellish death coming from beyond. The factory security guard brandished a taser and I wondered why we hadn’t run away with the rest of the factory personnel that had… Continue reading
Episode 511: David A. Bossert!
Episode 511 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on Apple podcasts, stitcher, spotify, or click here to stream (right click to download, if that’s your thing). On today’s show, I talk to Disney artist and historian David A. Bossert about the astounding career of Claude Coats, the flexibility required of… Continue reading
Buzzed Books #95: The Art of Soul, The Art of Raya and the Last Dragon, and The Art of Luca
Buzzed Books #95 by John King The Art of Soul, The Art of Raya and the Last Dragon, and The Art of Luca As a lifelong fan of Disney films, there’s not much nostalgia in my obsession. I have never found ways to make Condorman, The Fox and the Hound, or Herbie Does a Thing… Continue reading
450: Tron Legacy Roundtable Discussion
Episode 450 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on Apple podcasts, stitcher, spotify, or click here to stream (right click to download, if that’s your thing). In this week’s episode, I talk with Julian Chambliss, Leslie Salas, Todd James Pierce, and Jeff Shuster about the legacy of Tron Legacy (2010) and Tron (1982) and Tron… Continue reading
The Curator of Schlock #332: The Black Cauldron
The Curator of Schlock #332 by Jeff Shuster The Black Cauldron I liked it! Wally has kept me locked in my bedroom as I churn out pages for a spec script that reads like My Dinner With Andre, but with vampires. Wally figures once we pique the interest of Hollywood execs, he can pressure them… Continue reading
The Curator of Schlock #327: Starchaser
The Curator of Schlock #327 by Jeff Shuster Starchaser: The Legend of Orin Still better than Rise of Skywalker As I’ve stated. I’ve been residing in a wonderful, antebellum mansion with my manservant, Jervis, blissfully sheltered from the chaos of the outside world. My role as curator of The Museum of Schlock is becoming a… Continue reading
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