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Hi everyone! I hope you’re having a great summer so far! You’ve told me about what movies you want me to finally take a look at yourselves, so we’ll be taking a break from the voting system and celebrating six years of Up On The Shelf with a pre-chosen review party that’s going to be over a year long! I want to thank everyone who’s supported the blog for this long by sharing how the new review schedule looks for the time being, as well as who requested what. Mark your calendars and rev up your streaming service/media player of choice, because here’s how things are going down:
August: Song of the Sea (gordhanx)
September: An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (John Dailey)
October: Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (The Animation Commendation)
November: Bedknobs and Broomsticks (Amelia Jones)
December: Christmas vote!
January ’22: Who Framed Roger Rabbit (Tristan Petty)
February ’22: The Incredibles (Mr. B)
March ’22: Toy Story (Rhapsody)
April ’22: The Ten Commandments (Samuel Minden)
May ’22: Twice Upon A Time (julayla)
June ’22: The Adventures of Tintin (Cup Of Joe)
July ’22: Seventh Anniversary Review
August ’22: Jurassic Park (MrXemnas1992)
September ’22: The Triplets of Belleville (Sam Flemming)
October ’22: Halloween vote!
November ’22: Aladdin (MichaelSar12IsBack)
December ’22: Christmas vote!
January ’23: The Little Mermaid (Ben Walderberger)
I’d like to add that in addition to these film reviews, I’ll be posting a review of every episode of Shelley Duvall’s Faerie Tale Theatre each month. Expect the first shortly after this August’s review is done. See you then!