Animation Addicts Podcast - Animated Movie Reviews & Interviews for Disney, DreamWorks, Pixar & everything in between!


The fans voted and for this year's annual Rotoscopers spook-tacular, they dive into the macabre world of Tim Burton's Corpse Bride.

Highlights:

■ NewsDemi Lovato version of "Let It Go" from Frozen;
■ Visit our friends over at TraditionalAnimation.com. Their facebook page is a great resource and has exploded over the past month.
■ Catch and Fire with Morgan!
■ Main discussion: Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (2005)
■ This is LAIKA? Really?
■ Film shot entirely on the Canon Mark II DSLR camera. Wow.
■ Explores the British social strata through the concept of Upstairs vs. Downstairs.
■ Unique character designs; what's with LAIKA and their busty, top-heavy women? Studio Jiggling, perhaps?
■ Marriage to the corpse bride; do you ever care or root for Emily?
■ What's with Burton and his dead/skeleton dogs?
■ Charming piano duet scene. Creates more of a bond between Emily and Victor.
■ The dead come upstairs; chaos sort of ensues.
■ Abrupt ending; significance of butterflies.
■ We rate it!
■ Voicemails: The Big 4Meet the Robinsons comments.
■ Bloopers:

Runtime: 1:17:17; 39.7 MB

Links

■ Frozen Friday videos
■  Watch Corpse BrideBlu-ray | DVD | Digital | Rent
■ Princess Profiles articles

Where To Find The Rotoscopers

Where To Find The Hosts

Mason Smith: This Animated Life BlogTwitter
Morgan Stradling: TwitterInstagram
Chelsea Robson: TwitterFacebook

Direct download: 51_Corpse_Bride_-_Studio_Jiggling.mp3
Category:Animation -- posted at: 4:41pm MST

It's the big 5-0 for the Rotoscopers and to celebrate, they're reviewing the animated film that started it all, Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Highlights

■ Reminiscing over the past 50 episodes: no band break ups, fights or scandals!
■ Submit your voicemails, emails and voicemails for the 2013 best-of show.
■ Vote for the Animation Addicts Podcast in the Podcast Awards!
■ Nerdy Couch Discussion Lecture: The History of Snow White, based on the two art/history books by J .B. Kaufman Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and The Fairest One of All.
■ Main Discussion: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
■ Animation using live-action reference, first time with realistic convincing humans; character animation; backgrounds; camera work;
■ Introduction of the storybook opening, minimal characters, simplified story, exquisite taste in throwns, kickstarter to get Chelsea a thrown,
■ Prequel possibilities: slave in the mirror's backstory.
■ Enter the prince and his horse, Astor (from the Enchanted Stables books), Prince Buckethead, prince's disappearance.
■ Death by dancing, scary forest, lots of songs.
■ Dwarf mine cart ride in New Fantasyland.
■ Rejected dwarf names: Deafy, Dizzy, Cranky.
■ Queen's dungeon, transformation and recipe for sleeping death.
■ Chelsea's lesson on yodeling.
■ Conundrum: Queen's transformation permanent?
■ Creepy Prince kiss, golden casket.
■ Snow White's legacy and popularity today
■ Mailbag & bloopers!

Runtime: 1:40:30; 50.1 MB

Links

■ Buy Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Blu-ray | DVD
■ Art/history books: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Art and Creation of Walt Disney's Classic Animated Film & The Fairest One of All: The Making of Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
■ Jemma Clark's Disneython post.

Where To Find The Rotoscopers

Where To Find The Hosts

Mason Smith: This Animated Life BlogTwitter
Morgan Stradling: TwitterInstagram
Chelsea Robson: TwitterFacebook

Direct download: 50_Snow_White_and_the_Seven_Dwarfs_-_Introducing_Deafy_the_Dwarf.mp3
Category:Animation -- posted at: 9:20am MST

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