Doug Walker List

A list of the videos by Doug Walker, and his various shows.
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    Nostalgia Critic 
2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

DVD Only

    Nostalgia Critic Top 11s 
2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015
  • Top 11 Animaniacs Episodes
    • 11. "Karaoke-Dokie"
    • 10. "Yes, Always"
    • 9. "Sir Yaksalot"
    • 8. "Animaniacs Stew"
    • 7. "Meatballs or Consequences" & "Hot, Bothered, and Bedeviled"
    • 6. "Bubba Bo Bob Brain"
    • 5. "Woodstock Slappy"
    • 4. "Potty Emergency"
    • 3. "Bumbie's Mom"
    • 2. "Spell-Bound"
    • 1. "Hooked on a Ceiling"

    Old vs. New 
2009

2010
  • The Nutty Professor (1963) vs. The Nutty Professor (1996)
    • Best Story: Remake
    • Best Supporting Cast: Original
    • Best Professor: Eddie Murphy (Remake)
    • Winner: New
  • Merian C. Cooper's King Kong (1933) vs. Peter Jackson's King Kong (2005)
    • Best Leading Lady: Naomi Watts (Remake)
    • Best Supporting Cast: Original
    • Best Visuals: Remake
    • Best Kong: Original
    • Best Story: Original
    • Winner: Old

2011
  • The Karate Kid (1984) vs. The Karate Kid (2010)
    • Best Karate Kid: Daniel LaRusso (Original)
    • Best Teacher: Mr. Han (Remake)
    • Best Villains: Cheng (Remake)
    • Best Support: Mrs. LaRusso (Original)
    • Best Story: Remake
    • Winner: New
  • True Grit (1969) vs. True Grit (2010)
    • Best Mattie: Hailee Steinfeld (Remake)
    • Best Cogburn: Jeff Bridges (Remake)
    • Best Supporting Cast: Remake
    • Best Villains: Original
    • Best Story: Remake
    • Winner: New

2012
  • Manhunter (1986) vs. Red Dragon (2002)
    • Best Will Graham: William Petersen (Manhunter)
    • Best Tooth Fairy: Tom Noonan (Manhunter)
    • Best Hannibal Lecter: Anthony Hopkins (Red Dragon)
    • Best Supporting Cast: Red Dragon note 
    • Best Story: Red Dragon
    • Winner: New

2014

    Commercials 
2010

2011

2013
  • "Dawn of the Commercials" (The Fourth One)
    • Chef Boyardee
    • McDonald's Christmas ads
    • Diet Coke ad advertising Batman Returns
    • I'm a Toys R Us kid
    • Live action Count Chocula
    • Sexual Harassment PSA
    • Kix
    • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles VHS ad
    • Take Care of Me Twins baby dolls
    • Milk, It Does a Body Good
    • CWF Rape whistle ad
    • Denny's Red, White, and Blue Pancakes

2014
  • "Rise of the Commercials" (The Quickening)
    • Skip It
    • Crash Dummies action figures
    • Ninja Turtles action figures
    • HBO bumper
    • Diaper Surprise dolls
    • Boy Toys vs Girl Toys comparison
      • Polly Pocket
      • Mighty Max
      • Creepy Crawlers Super Oven
      • Easy Bake Oven
    • Snowman Campbell's Soup commercial
    • Sunny Delight
    • Laser Tag Toy Gun
    • Massengill Douche
    • Mentos the Freshmaker
    • Australian Nintendo "You cannot beat us" commercial
    • Macintosh
    • Ninja Turtles cookies
    • Star Wars Arcade Game
    • Honeycomb Kid
    • Don't You Put It In Your Mouth

    Raiders Of The Story Arc 
2010
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
    • "Turtle Tracks"
    • "Enter the Shredder"
    • "A Thing About Rats"
    • "Hot Rodding Teenagers from Dimension X"
    • "Shredder & Splintered"

2011

2012
  • The Transformers
    • "More Than Meets the Eye, Part 1"
    • "More Than Meets the Eye, Part 2"
    • "More Than Meets the Eye, Part 3"

    Editorials 
2013
  • "The Month of Love"
    • Is Twilight the WORST Thing Ever?
    • Does Romeo and Juliet Suck?
  • What the Fuck Was Up with Where the Wild Things Are?
  • What's With the Princess Hate?
  • The Looney Tunes Show: Good or Bad?
  • Did Seinfeld Lie to Us?
  • Is Parody Dead?
  • Why Is Loki So Hot?
  • Are Video Games Art?
  • What Does The Secret of NIMH Mean?
  • Are Superheroes Whiny Little Bitches?
  • Is It Right to Nitpick?
  • Was Batman Season 4 Hit or Miss?
  • Why Is Tom and Jerry GENIUS?
  • WTF is with the ending of The Graduate?
  • Is The Big Lebowski a Masterpiece?
  • "Nostalgia-Ween"
    • Why Do We Love Zombies?
    • Should We Scare the Shit Out of Our Kids?
  • Why Super Mario Comics Don't Suck
  • Have We Gone Too Deep Into CGI?
  • "Christmas"
    • Why Lie to Kids About Santa?
    • Why is Arthur Christmas a Masterpiece?

2014
  • When is Something so Bad it's Good?
  • When is a Movie Just a Movie?
  • Why Do We Love Stupid?
  • Is Juno Any Damn Good?
  • Is Tree of Life Full of Shit?
  • Does American Beauty Still Hold Up?
  • Is Eyes Wide Shut Just Artsy Porn?
  • Is Sleepy Hollow Secretly Brilliant?
  • Is There Another Good Shyamalan Movie?
  • Overlooked Christmas Specials

2015
  • Did Tom and Jerry Kill Themselves?
  • Can Hype Kill a Good Movie?
  • Why is Nothing Original Anymore?
  • The Plot to Frozen 2
  • The Dark Age of Movies

    What You Never Knew 
2014
  • Batman (1989 film)
    • 16. Alexander Knox mocks an editorial cartoon drawn by Batman creator, Bob Kane.
    • 15. Tim Burton approved of the flashes done by Vicki Vale during a fight scene.
    • 14. Every time Batman turns his head, his body moves along with it.
    • 13. The VHS of the film suffers from increased brightness.
    • 12. The Gotham Museum of Art is a parody of the Guggenheim Museum.
    • 11. A portrait of Bruce Wayne's father, Thomas Wayne.
    • 10. Vicki's photos of Corto Maltese (associated with LexCorp Labs).
    • 9. Batman's utility belt drops when he turns.
    • 8. When Harvey Dent first appears, Bruce is absent.
    • 7. The Joker steps on someone's back from a platform.
    • 6. After the Joker reveals his evil deed, one of the news anchors doesn't use makeup.
    • 5. The arrival of the Joker's helicopter actually takes 10 minutes after he asks for one in that amount of time.
    • 4. Why did the Joker need a helicopter in the first place?
    • 3. How come the police officers didn't stop the Joker during the parade?
    • 2. The Bat signal on the stoplight and Bat suit don't match.
    • 1. Bruce misses a young Jack Napier's mug shot while looking up the Joker.
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit
    • 15. The movie has cameos by Nancy Cartwright, Richard Williams, and the guy who played the officer strangled by Darth Vader.
    • 14. Steven Spielberg's then-wife provided Jessica Rabbit's singing voice, while half of Donald Duck's lines are taken from older cartoons.
    • 13. The label on the oven in the intro reads like "hotter in hell".
    • 12. The movie keeps some shades of the original book's allegories of racism.
    • 11. The Disney and Looney Toons characters have almost exactly the same amount of screen time as each other.
    • 10. Judge Doom is always accompanied by a Dramatic Wind billowing his cape.
    • 9. A lot of the movie's references are products of the 1940s, when the movie is set.
    • 8. Roger lifts a coat without touching it.
    • 7. Eddie Valiant takes a shower to wash off a humiliating toon pig mask from a deleted scene.
    • 6. Jessica Rabbit flashes the camera for a split second in the original release, which was later censored.
    • 5. The pictures on Eddie's desk foreshadow his stunts in the climax.
    • 4. Eddie is animated in some shots of the car chase.
    • 3. The record Roger dances to is the main Looney Toons theme.
    • 2. The escape-proof toon rope has disturbing implications of binding and hanging.
    • 1. Every shot in Toon Town has a tidbit or joke.
  • Gremlins
    • 18. The slipped in cameos, including Steven Spielberg and Chuck Jones
    • 17. Kate's depressing monologue from the first movie being played for laughs in the second movie.
    • 16. The weird teacher from the first movie performs weird experiments, even though he has no experience.
    • 15. The voice cast playing the Gremlins, including Frank Welker, Michael Winslow, and Tony Randall.
    • 14. An obvious string operating Stripe.
    • 13. "A Boy's Life" and "Watch the Skies" on the movie theater marquee were the working titles for E.T.
    • 12. The section on the VHS where the Gremlins stop the movie.
    • 11. The inconsistencies with the rules about Mogwais.
    • 10. Billy's boss has someone spray mouth spray into her mouth.
    • 9. "How does Gizmo drive a toy car?"
    • 8. The laboratory was also in another Dante film, Innerspace. Rick Baker's first effects film, Octo Man, is also shown.
    • 7. Mrs Deegle has a portrait that watches her as the Gremlins send her through the window.
    • 6. The cops don't assist Santa when he's being attacked by the gremlins.
    • 5. Billy takes some flowers from the mimes and gives them to Kate as an apology.
    • 4. The words "Hi, Joe" on the film projector.
    • 3. Some of the satired film channels on the Clamp Cable Network would eventually become real.
    • 2. There's a crashed AMC Gremlin car outside one of the buildings.
    • 1. All the Sci-Fi references, including The Time Machine, Invasion of the Body Snatcher, and Forbidden Planet.
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  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990 movie)
    • 15. There are three reporters named April, May, and June.
    • 14. There's a box for Archie Comics at the Foot hangout.
    • 13. "Check out the East warehouse at Lairdman Island" is a reference to TMNT creators Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird
    • 12. Sam Rockwell is the one who said the previous quote.
    • 11. The turtles costumes were given different body types to match their personalities.
    • 10. The actors in the turtle suits also made appearances as regular people throughout the film, including Keno from the second movie.
    • 9. Splinter's voice and puppeteer was Kevin Clash, the voice of Elmo.
    • 8. Raphael's personality was radically changed for the movie.
    • 7. The song Turtle Power claims that Raphael was the leader of the Turtles.
    • 6. There's a crew member behind the table in the scene where Leo and Raph are arguing.
    • 5. The scene between Donny and Mikey serves as foreshadowing when Mikey is crying later.
    • 4. The movie is actually an adaptation of the original comic book, with some elements of the cartoon thrown in.
    • 3. Some brief shots of the people in the turtle costumes.
    • 2. Robin Williams gave advice to Judith Hoag on how to play April while they were filming Cadillac Man.
    • 1. The film was the highest grossing independent film at the time.
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    Doug Walker's Tops 
2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

    Disneycember 
2011 (Focuses on Disney's 2D animated films;continued into January 2012 due to Doug's computer troubles necessitating a delay)

2012 (focused first on Pixar, then on Disney's CGI movies, then some odds & ends)

2013 (focused on the notable live-action films)

2014 (focused on Studio Ghibli and any overlooked films/newer films that hadn't been covered yet, with the Gravity Falls V-Logs running parallel)

    Dreamworks-uary 

    Bum Reviews (Chester A. Bum) 

DVD Only

    Demo Reel 

    Sibling Rivalry 

    Shut Up and Talk 

    V-Logs 

    Video Game Confessions 

     5 Second Movies (Doug) 

    Theme Lyrics 

    That Guy Riffs 
See also: Public Service Announcement

    Text Reviews on Xomba