Category Archives: Between Logic and Enchantment

Between Logic and Enchantment: The Last Unicorn

I suppose it’s time I capped off my reviews of the four main Rankin Bass flicks, and thankfully we end on a high note.  With the highest budget of them all, The Last Unicorn is by far the prettiest of … Continue reading

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Between Logic and Enchantment: Labyrinth

Created by Jim Henson and his studio of master puppeteers,  Labyrinth is a rightfully beloved fantasy film.  As the film is a relatively famous cult classic, I don’t feel the need to sing is overall praises – lots of people … Continue reading

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Between Logic and Enchantment: The Return of the King (1980)

The 1977 Rankin Bass adaptation of The Hobbit, while not a perfect film, managed to pack all the essential details of the classic story into seventy five minutes of animation, and did so with a lot of style and panache.   … Continue reading

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Between Logic and Enchantment: The Black Cauldron

The Black Cauldron may as well be called “The Black Sheep,” as there are few movies in Disney’s canon of animated films that are treated with as much disdain by the famous House of Mouse.  Given the company’s fame for … Continue reading

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Between Logic and Enchantment: The Hobbit (1977)

I know this is only the second entry of Between Logic and Enchantment, but I want to shake things up a bit anyway.  Instead of the typical “break down the story plot point by plot point with analysis and light … Continue reading

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Between Logic and Enchantment: The Flight of Dragons (1982)

While Horror Flora is monster concerned with, y’know, horror, by now the site has established that horror isn’t its sole genre of focus.  It is still my main love as far as fiction goes, of course, but it admittedly wasn’t … Continue reading

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