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The podcast about Disney movies that don't quite have the magic! Whether they're forgotten gems, cult classics, mediocre duds, or just absolute crap, hosts Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz sit down and take an informal, irreverent look at the films, the people behind them, and their place in film history.
 
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We know it's a bit late, but hey--were you going to sit through four hours of business jargon? No. So we did for you. In this bonus episode, Dallin and Amanda cover Disney's 2020 Investor Day and all its ins and outs, from Homer Simpson's surprise appearance, to the thousandth Star War announcement. These are some thoughts recorded few days after t…
 
"It's phenomenal how much a movie can accomplish." - Amanda Dutkiewicz on Transformers (2007) Hey kids, remember when Eeyore started walking on his hind legs and it was FUCKING TERRIFYING?! Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. In this episode, they discuss 2002's Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year, a holiday movie that's le…
 
"Did you do this for the Christmas?" - Don Cheadle in Boogie Nights Hey kids, remember when Santa Claus enslaved the dead to toil in his factory for all eternity? Well, special guest Jack Rourke (Warped Celluloid) certainly does. He's joining Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz to discuss 1985's One Magic Christmas, one of the most low-key disturb…
 
"There's always that one bitch in the crew who isn't down with murder." - Peter Vulfranc Hey kids, remember when the solution to class warfare was powerful billionaires adopting adorable orphans? Well, Peter Vulfranc (These Days Are Ours: A Happy Days Podcast, Squadcast Supreme, Trouble Shooters) certainly does. He joins Dallin Agatone and Amanda D…
 
"David Hyde Pierce is the patron saint of gay guys playing straight guys." - Dallin Agatone Hey kids, remember when the directors of The Little Mermaid were like "fuck it, put pirate ships in space?" Well, Tom Speelman (Gotta Recap Em' All!, Polygon, Comic Book Resources) certainly does. In celebration of Lost in the Vault's 25th episode, he joins …
 
"Have you ever thought about how Aladdin's a class traitor?" - Amanda Dutkiewicz Hey kids, remember when they let Gilbert Gottfried sing? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. They kick off season 2 of Lost in the Vault by talking 1994's The Return of Jafar, the first in a long, long, long line of cheap direct-to-video sequels. J…
 
Dallin and Amanda do another audio commentary! This time, they watch 2002's The Sweatbox, Trudie Styler and John-Paul Davidson's documentary about the making of The Emperor's New Groove. So sync up the track and give it a listen! LINK TO THE FILM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4YzAC1d6D0 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way…
 
"See, I appreciate Eddie Murphy. I think he's great. I like Meet Dave." - Monica Sylvanus Hey kids, remember when Eddie Murphy did a whole routine on why black people wouldn't stay in a haunted house? Well, this film certainly doesn't. In the season finale of Lost in the Vault, Dallin and Amanda are joined by Monica Sylvanus to talk. 2003's The Hau…
 
"I'm good at making people regret things." - Amanda Dutkiewicz Hey kids, remember when Disney made their first horror movie? And then had to delay it for a year because they fucked up the ending? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. Join them as they discuss 1980's (and technically 1981's) The Watcher in the Woods, a movie that …
 
"He does bully the child, just not enough." - Amanda Dutkiewicz Hey kids, remember when Frank Zappa's kid made a Disney movie? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. Join them as they discuss 2012's The Odd Life of Timothy Green, the heartwarming, family-friendly story of a married couple who project their insecurities and frustra…
 
"I wonder if anyone on the Disney story department had a force femme fetish." - Dallin Agatone Hey kids, remember when... Remember... Do you remember anything about this movie? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly don't. But that's not gonna stop them as they discuss what's widely considered the worst film ever released by Disney An…
 
"I won't confirm or deny how I know what a decapitation sounds like." - Dallin Agatone Hey kids, remember when we weren't fucking sick of Jack Sparrow? Well, special guests Jack Rourke and Chandler Williams (Warped Celluloid) certainly do. They join Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz to discuss 2006's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. L…
 
"Oh, Upton Sinclair. Who knew you had such whimsy?" - Dallin Agatone Hey kids, remember gnomes? Gnomes who fuck? Well, Dallin and Amanda certainly do. Join them as they talk 1967's The Gnome-mobile... or at least, they should be talking it instead of getting bored and going off-topic about shit like Amanda's new cat and the merits of Oingo Boingo a…
 
Hey kids, remember when Donald Duck fought in the Pacific Theater? Well, Dallin and Amanda certainly do. In the first-ever Lost in the Vault Short Film Showcase, they discuss six animated shorts in which Donald Duck served in the U.S. Army during WWII. Topics discussed include Donald Duck as the American everyman, how Disney's war shorts could be m…
 
Hey kids, remember Disney's OTHER film noir comedy of the 80s? Well, Dallin and Amanda certainly do. This episode, they talk 1983's Trenchcoat, a film in which Margot Kidder plays the most neurotic gumshoe you've ever seen. Along with the film, they talk topics such as the female-led comedies of the early 80s, the underappreciated screen presence o…
 
Hey kids, remember when Disney made superhero films that didn't make obscene amounts of cash? Well, Austin Shinn (The Film Room, A Flickering Life) certainly does. He joins Dallin and Amanda to discuss 1991's The Rocketeer, the film that made us believe a man can fly (again). Together, they touch on topics like Disney's struggle to actually cast th…
 
On Thursday, June 25th, 2020, Disney announced they would be refurbishing Splash Mountain, retheming it from Song of the South to Princess and the Frog. Recorded on the day of the announcement, Dallin and Amanda give their initial, off-the-cuff reactions to the news. Wanna support the show? Subscribe, rate, and review us on Apple Podcasts, Google P…
 
Hey kids, remember when Herbie, the Love Bug was sponsored by Bass Pro Shop? Well, special guest Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz do. Celebrate Pride Month with them as they discuss one of the unlikeliest entries to the queer cinema canon, 2005's Herbie: Fully Loaded. Together, our hosts do two of their favorite things: discussing queer subtext…
 
In written form: We would like to address some things here at Lost in the Vault so as not to be silent and thus complicit in the structural failure to address Black issues in America. On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a Black man, was suffocated to death by police officer Derek Chauvin after being taken into custody. In the midst of this tragedy, whic…
 
Hey kids, remember when they tried to make Mathew Broderick an action star? Well, special guest Derek B. Gayle (Second Chance, Walloping Websnappers) certainly does. He joins Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz to discuss 1999's Inspector Gadget. Go Gadget, go, and listen as they discuss everything from the history of the Inspector Gadget franchis…
 
Hey kids, remember when Disney tried to rip-off Star Wars before just buying it outright? Well, special guest Sebastian Moreno certainly does. He joins Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz to discuss 1979's The Black Hole. Join them as they dive a spaceship straight into this sci-fi cult classic, talking everything from bigoted robots to Harlan Ell…
 
Hey kids, remember when Buzz Lightyear and Iron Man acted like dog-people for 90 minutes? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. Join them as they watch The Shaggy Dog, the 2006 remake of the "classic" Disney comedy. Witness the discomfort as Tim Allen repeatedly runs around on all fours. Swoon at the film's tender portrayal of do…
 
Hey kids, remember when the guy who did Re-animator made a Disney movie? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. They're fudging the rules a bit to discuss 1989's Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, and discuss the life and career of legendary director Stuart Gordon. Join them as they find out how someone whose previous work included killer …
 
Hey kids, remember when Disney thought this could compete against Star Wars? Well, special guest Peter Vulfranc (These Days Are Ours: A Happy Days Podcast) certainly does. He joins Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz to discuss Disney's 1977 movie musical, Pete's Dragon, and they all slowly lose their minds in the process. Why does the cartoon dra…
 
Hey kids, stuck inside because of the coronavirus? Bored out of your skull?Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly are. That's why they recorded this audio commentary for 1995's Toy Story. So pop in your Blu-Ray (or stream it on Disney+), sync up the audio track, and listen to Dallin and Amanda talk about why Pixar's first feature is o…
 
Hey kids, remember when Nicolas Cage voiced a CGI mole? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. Join them as they discuss 2009's G-Force, a secret agent guinea pig movie from the producer of Top Gun, Armageddon, and Kangaroo Jack. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, involves listening to Dallin and Amanda talk anthropomor…
 
Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz discuss the behind-the-scenes troubles of the Lizzie McGuire Disney+ reboot, as well as the streaming service's overall identity crisis. (NOTE: This episode was recorded through two separate Skype calls. Any audio flaws are unfortunately unavoidable. We hope you understand.) Check out Amanda's episode of The Spe…
 
Hey kids, remember when a Disney movie opened with brutal elephant murder? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. Join them as they discuss 1993's A Far Off Place, chatting about such topics as controversial South African authors, the representation of indigenous people in the media, and environmentalism in 1990s popular culture. …
 
Hey kids, remember when the producer of Chinatown and the director of The Player made a Popeye musical? Well, special guest Peter Vulfranc (These Days Are Ours: A Happy Days Podcast) certainly does. He joins Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz to discuss the 1980 Paramount/Disney co-production, Popeye. Come on board as they talk everything from od…
 
Amanda went to Disney World recently. Dallin talks to her about it. That's pretty much it. Look, you're getting these for free. What the hell do you want from us?! (Note: this episode was recorded through Skype, please excuse any resulting audio flaws.) Wanna support the show? Subscribe, rate, and review us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spoti…
 
Wanna know our favorite and not favorite things of 2019? At the end of January? No? Well, if you want to, join us in remembering the last year of the decade in movies with us, your hosts, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz. (Joker [2019] spoilers. But like you care, you clowns.) Wanna support the show? Subscribe, rate, and review us on Apple Podc…
 
Hey kids, remember when Disney had phatitude? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. Join them as they discuss 2001's Max Keeble's Big Move, a dope and poppin' comedy featuring all the favorites of the Y2K crowd: Lil' Romeo, Tony Hawk, Larry Miller, you name it! Will Dallin and Amanda find this film baller enough? Tune in and find…
 
Hey kids, remember when Flubber sired a child? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. Join them as they discuss 1963's Son of Flubber, a Disney hijinks comedy in the vein of The Absent-Minded Professor. Very similar to Absent-Minded Professor, in fact. Perhaps even TOO similar. How many Dr. Strangelove references can Dallin and Am…
 
Hey kids, remember when Disney made a heartwarming family comedy about being left for dead in the desert? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. Join them as they take a look at 1998's I'll Be Home for Christmas, as well as the pleasantly wholesome life and career of Jonathan Taylor Thomas. Bake up some Christmas cookies and brew …
 
God, we're so f**king exhausted... In this bonus episode, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz talk the biggest controversies going on in the world of film journalism, from Scorsese v. Marvel to The Last Jedi v. The Rise of Skywalker. Because at the end of the day, we're part of the problem. (CW: brief mention of sexual assault) Wanna support the s…
 
Hey kids! Remember Walt Disney's movie musical extravaganza? No, not Mary Poppins. The one before that. Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. Join them on their trip to Toyland, talking everything from turn-of-the-century operettas to the f**kability of Ray Bolger. Watch out for living trees and don't piss off Ed Wynn, here on Lo…
 
Hey kids! Remember when the creator of Hellboy worked on a Disney movie? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. Join them as they take a look at Disney's first attempt at an animated action film, 2001's Atlantis: The Lost Empire. Thrill at one of the best ensemble casts in animated film history! Chill at its high-intensity spectac…
 
Hey kids, remember when Disney released their own streaming service? Of course you do, they did it last week you goof! In this special bonus episode, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz give their first impressions of Disney+ and all of its original content available Day 1. Why? Because they like ya! Listen as they discuss everything from inspirat…
 
Hey kids, remember all those Disney movies you don't actually remember? Films you may have watched on old VHS tapes in clamshell cases? Films with titles like Man of the House and Meet the Deedles? Well, Dallin Agatone and Amanda Dutkiewicz certainly do. That's why they've created this podcast to discuss all the forgotten films straight from the Mo…
 
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