CARNIVAL OF LIGHT: The Unreleased Beatles Experiment Album | (Out of Order) Lost Media File

How’s it rolling? This is your conductor here with you on this episode of Out of Order where we cover Carnival of Light. For some needed context, this was an unreleased track produced by none other then the Beatles. Ever since it’s performance it has been lost and, in a sense, covered up by theContinue reading “CARNIVAL OF LIGHT: The Unreleased Beatles Experiment Album | (Out of Order) Lost Media File”

From THE INCREDIBLES to UP: Every Pixar Film Reviewed Vol. 2 | LightTrain

The groundbreaking animators over at Pixar have touched the hearts of many and connected audiences with hundreds of sympathetic characters by taking old tropes and adding a drop of their own unique spin. But even though every dog has their day, they have also fallen short of the standards audiences would come to expect. DivingContinue reading “From THE INCREDIBLES to UP: Every Pixar Film Reviewed Vol. 2 | LightTrain”

The Peanut Butter Falcon Review: Does this Indie Film Soar? | Lighttrain

Evening folks! I’m your conductor and this week’s review is for The Peanut Butter Falcon, starring Zack Gottsagan and Shia LeBeouf. It was an independent feature, and so it only got a limited release in theaters. Here’s a interesting piece of information for an unaware reader; when a film is theatrically released in a limitedContinue reading “The Peanut Butter Falcon Review: Does this Indie Film Soar? | Lighttrain”

Special of the Month and Blog Updates [August 2020]

Hey there, how’s it rolling? This is yet another quick update post to kick off the month with. For announcements, stay tuned for the Peanut Butter Falcon review this Thursday. Later on this month also includes Pixar reviewed volume 2 where we’ll be chronicling The Incredibles to Up, and on Out of Order we’ll lookContinue reading “Special of the Month and Blog Updates [August 2020]”

“I Suspect Everyone and I Suspect No One”: A Shot in the Dark (1964) Review | Lighttrain

Bang! Welcome back, my friends, to the Lighttrain; I’m your conductor today. Whodunits are a fun genre to tackle, and even I’ve written some of it myself. There’s even one that took place on a train, the Orient Express. Maybe I’ll tackle that one another time, but now we’re covering the Blake Edwards comedy classicContinue reading ““I Suspect Everyone and I Suspect No One”: A Shot in the Dark (1964) Review | Lighttrain”

Top 8 Lost/Destroyed Horror Films | (Out of Order)

Oo-ooo-o, velcome to the Lighttrain! I’m your conductor here again vor yet another epizode ov Out ov Order! Alright, enough of the vampire impression. For now, or course. When Hollywood has just become big and silent films were being produced, the major studios didn’t feel that the films being released should be preserved, and theirContinue reading “Top 8 Lost/Destroyed Horror Films | (Out of Order)”

Dragon’s Lair: Evolving the Arcade | Lighttrain

Good evening, folks! I’m your conductor at it again with a fresh new retrospective study. And to keep in ties with my previous review, which covered 80s films, let’s walk right next door from the multiplex to the Arcade. Let’s see, Space Invaders, Popeye, Galaga… ah, Dragon’s Lair! Now this game was the creation ofContinue reading “Dragon’s Lair: Evolving the Arcade | Lighttrain”

The NEVER-ENDING STORY Vs. LABYRINTH: Who will be the Fantasy Feud Victor? | LightTrain

Greetings and salutations, I’m the conductor of the Lighttrain and thank you very much for tuning in this week! The 80s were a strange decade, that’s one thing that’s for sure. It was a creative goldmine, blessing us all with innovative films, games and whatnot that stretched the limits. Fantasy particularly flourished during this period,Continue reading “The NEVER-ENDING STORY Vs. LABYRINTH: Who will be the Fantasy Feud Victor? | LightTrain”

From TOY STORY to FINDING NEMO: Every Pixar Film Reviewed Vol. 1 – LightTrain

In 1994, a collective troupe of imagineers under the Lucasfilm banner unveiled the first Pixar Image Computer. This has since paved the way for more than 24 feature films and about 40 shorts from the studio. Today, these groundbreaking animators have touched many hearts and connected us with hundreds of sympathetic characters by taking oldContinue reading “From TOY STORY to FINDING NEMO: Every Pixar Film Reviewed Vol. 1 – LightTrain”