The House of Mouse Project / 22.04.2020

The one that ended an era. By the mid-1950s, Walt Disney was feeling decidedly exhausted. Since Pinocchio in 1940, Walt Disney Productions had released a new feature-length animated film every single year, bar one gap in 1952. The construction of Disneyland was now taking up the bulk of Walt's time, particularly as its July 1955 opening day grew closer on the horizon. Despite Lady and the Tramp standing as Disney's biggest box office success in almost 20 years, it was time for the animation studio to take a break. That...

Reviews / 16.10.2019

Disney's monopolistic run on 2019's box office has rightfully taken a slight breather for the last few months. After dominating cinema returns from March to July, we've had a brief respite from their incredible (if not a little worrying) continuous string of blockbuster success stories unlike any in film history. Unsurprisingly, that pause is about to come to an end, as we venture into their third bombastic live-action adaptation for the year. Five years after giving one of their most beloved villains a re-imagining nobody really asked for, the...

Awards Season / 31.12.2014

After talking about award shows incessantly for the last 20-odd years, it seems strange that the idea to create my own awards has never crossed my mind. So here we are with the 1st Annual Jammies - The Jam Report's very own end-of-year awards, honouring the best, and worst, in cinema for 2014. Now I know what you're thinking, and no, this won't just be another boring old Best Actor, Actress, Director type awards. I wanted to do something different, and maybe a little less stuffy, so I've created...