Aladdin gets some jewels and a genie so that he buy love. This Aladdin sounds pretty familiar…
Sub-Zero has to face his old buddy Smoke who has been turned into a cyborg. Also the Lin Kuei master wants to be Shang Tsung really bad.
Another Jack London tale gets some Goodtimes as Buck the dog changes breed and another character turns into a child looking for sick sister operation gold!
The DVD may call this Brave, the Husky or something like that but this is really Dingo Pictures’ Balto! Will anything even remotely resemble the real story? Absolutely! This is so accurate.
It’s raining Rain and he’s ready to have a confused plot that involves pop rock demons, Motaro (with his people), and some weird multi-head creature.
Goodtimes’s take on White Fang is faithful in some ways but really silly in a lot of others. Join us as we look at the wolf dog that tries to be nothing like his father.
Bevanfield is up to their old tricks with a horrid telling of Aladdin. We got double genies and double villains but someone forgot to bring the excitement!
Jax loses his metal arms and and cries about it forever. Meanwhile a Reptile knock off kidnaps Sony and Sheeva shows up for reasons unknown.
A Christmas special so good it disappeared for years! With a voice cast that really shouldn’t be in a production that has had so little effort put into it’s animation. The Rapsittie Street Kids will show you the true nature of horrid 3D cartoons.
The Little Angels would bring darkness to even the brightest Christmas. Unfortunately our heroes aren’t having anything close to that as they are living in a remote cabin and love to sled off cliffs. It’s another Goodtimes/Golden Films Christmas miracle!