Snooty and Goon: The Black Cauldron

All of this could have been avoided if the main character had simply made bacon in the first ten minutes of the movie. Just sayin'.

All of this could have been avoided if the main character had simply made bacon in the first ten minutes of the movie. Just sayin’.

Once again stranded in the cultural wasteland of the Midwest, Snooty and Goon turn to the past to fill the time. Watch as a nostalgic waltz down Goon’s memory lane destroys yet another small piece of Snooty, as it was foreseen by the psychic pig.

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One thought on “Snooty and Goon: The Black Cauldron

  1. Why a psychic pig? One word: Waddles. A history of cute, porcine plot points and motivations, much in the same vein of ‘Charlotte’s Web’ Wilbur, the original flick not the remake. But they also had Templeton, played to perfection by the greatest of thespians, Mr. Paul Lynde who became the sole voice of nefarious rats until he was soundly unseated by Vincent Price as the voice of Professor Ratigan in ‘The Great Mouse Detective’. This movie needed rats. And Vincent Price. Not Jar Jar Brinks reading ‘The Vagina Monologues’.

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