Located on a small expansion shelf about midway between the Third and Fourth Circles, Musical Hell is presided over by Diva, a minor demon charged with passing judgement on the worst musicals ever committed to film. (She still hasn't figured out if this is their punishment or hers.) Take a seat on the bench and have your earplugs ready, because court is now in session.

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Sunday, December 1, 2013

Musical Hell Review: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (and big announcement!)

You've barely come out of the turkey coma, but the Christmas season is already in full swing!  Which means it's time for a look at a little piece of caribou flop known as Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie!




Also, I'm happy to announce that Musical Hell and Know the Score will be coming soon to RVT Entertainment!  I'm thrilled to be joining this talented group of people and to have the opportunity to share my stuff with a whole new audience.  So pop on over there and say hi!

5 comments:

  1. I can't stand Simply Having a Wonderful Christmas Time, for all the reasons you mention. Also, I hate that there only seem to be about 40 Christmas carols and they all get spattered over your face constantly for 6-8 weeks without any break. Oh, it's Harry Connick, Jr. singing Frosty the Snow Man! Now it's that one ex Disney girl singing Frosty the Snow Man! Now it's the Cherelles or whatever girl group did it back in the 60's!

    But you're doing Can't Stop the Music next! Squee! The only good line in that movie: "Leather men don't get nervous!"

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    1. I couldn't agree more with you about the repetition of Christmas songs on the radio. Most of my Christmas playlist involves songs that deserve more love and don't get played often. Like Pavarotti's rendition of "Gesu Bambino" and Peter, Paul and Mary's "A-Soalin'".

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  2. Oh, and PS: I've now got Simply Having A Wonderful Christmas Time stuck in my head, so thanks for that.
    Get out of my miiind!

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    1. I apologize--believe me, I know your pain all too well. Sadly, the only known earworms capable of driving out "Wonderful Christmastime" are "It's a Small World" and the Fanta jingle, so the cure is worse than the disease.

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  3. Awesome Review. This movie does look painful to watch.

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