1997: it was the year that saw the release of Mario Kart 64 and later Diddy Kong Racing, which somehow ended up being way less fun even though it added planes and hovercrafts. And in the fictional world of Disney's Wreck-It Ralph, it was also the year of Sugar Rush Speedway, an arcade racer built around cute characters, confectionary cars, and juvenile diabetes. Here's a late '90s commercial advertising the game at Lidwak's Arcade. Don't be fooled: the game is a lie.
Disney didn't have any luck negotiating any comic book villains from Fox, but when it comes to borrowing the rights to video game foes, the studio couldn't ask for much more than they succeeded in with Wreck-It Ralph. In addition to previously-seen cameos from the likes of gami... / Continue →
Like a normal university recruitment video, but now with monsters! College isn't just for unrealistically-diverse human friends wearing a university's many branded sweatshirt designs anymore. It's also for Billy Crystal movies.... / Continue →