Time for a new Scooby movie, and a *super* recent one at that!
The most-modern series I had ever seen was when we did 1988′s Ghoul School, so I felt ready for a new experience… and believe me, this ought to feel pretty new, alright.
It was made in 2015… revolves around hit stars of the ‘70s/’80s…and was completely direct-to-DVD.
That’s a recipe for wonderfulness is ever there was one.
Alright, let’s dive in… ooh, is that what I think it is?
Ah, yes, it’s the Mystery Machine! I guess things haven’t changed too much after all in these modern movies. I wonder how the gang is doi–
WHY IS TH– oh, wait, riiiiiight!
I forgot this is Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery.
Silly me. I guess a little face paint goes with the territory.
…wait, what’s that little brown thing that appeared in front of them? It looks like a bad toupe.
Whatever it is, it teleported behind them in the next frame. Good to know animation errors still exist in 2015!
…oh yeah, and did I mention I’m watching this in Polish?
Because I am.
When getting ready to do this movie for SDM, I discovered the copy I had was actually the Polish dub. I was about to go find the original english version, but then I realized, deep in my heart of hearts….
I really wanted to know what it’s like to watch a movie named Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery, in Polish, when you know absolutely nothing about either.
Get ready, kids… we’re in for an interesting ride.
“In the photo studio he would try to do something unexpected. Sometimes it would be silly dangerous, inconsequential, but I came across a picture where he is lighting his tongue with a cigarette lighter. I don’t think he was actually burning himself, but the image looks like he is.” —[Nancy Ellison, The Mosquito Coast’s special photographer, on River].
“The shoot was one of the most remarkable experiences I ever had photographing someone. River was stunning and fearless and without my having to direct him much, more like trying to keep up with him, he went from one amazing pose to another like a great improvisational dancer. And kept going and going… so angelic at times and then raging at me to keep up… “Get this! Now this! What else can we do?” — [Photographer Michael Tighe on River].
Nancy and Michael were both photographers who had the chance to work with River and described his common posture to just do whatever he felt like doing and to be spontaneous.
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