This is it folks! The penultimate episode you have been waiting for! Will Morgan fix his the timeline of his show? Can Homeless Bobcat and Digit be saved? Does the Skull have other plans? All these and a review of Disney's most hated (and secretly loved) animated feature are right here!
From one Patreon request to another, Morgan asks the question where does one go after Star Wars? Why, make it into a fantasy epic directed by Ron Howard, of course! Does George Lucas have the will to channel different genres or is it the same bag of tricks?
Morgan decides to RETURN to a time when Star Wars was a major deal. And yet, some deemed this conclusion to the trilogy a disappointment. Is it worth the nostalgia trip or is this not good from a different point of view? May 4, 2019
It is the biggest, grandest movie musical to helm an all start cast and a skilled director about a jack of trades matchmaker…but was it worth the green light? Morgan takes on this 1969 misfire in one of two parts! February 19, 2019
This time, Morgan is not alone as he and Jaimetud revisit a small adventure from their childhood. One has some warm vibes while the other views it as a nightmare from the past. Which one thinks otherwise and will the other warm up to the flick’s charms? April 1, 2018
The new season kicks off as Morgan looks at a favorite movie from his childhood about dinosaurs, smart brain food and twisted ringleaders with devilish intentions. Is there charm to this or is it a big pile of dino-droppings? June 26, 2015
The wait is over! Morgan finally celebrates five years of Vaulting with the most obscure Christmas movie you probably never saw that combines Japanese culture with a holiday favorite. Did we forget to mention the director of this movie also assisted in a Rankin/Bass special? March 1, 2014
The fox goes up against the sequel that has the bat, the cat and the penguin. Its the most diverse comic book movie to have such a mixed reception among the Batman fan base. Is this really a diamond in the rough or is the Burtonesque style too much to handle? January 24, 2015
Just when he thought it was the end, salvation comes in the form of an underrated Steven Spielberg blockbuster that takes WW II and turns it into a screwball comedy. Will it rejuvenate Morgan's spirits or relapse him into another food craving? August 25, 2014
To coincide with the latest Godzilla movie, Morgan takes a look at a time when the big lizard's camp was taken seriously aside from an American re-edit that thought otherwise. Which version is the superior cut? And is the big lizard really a Pepper too? All these questions and more can be found here!!! May 17, 2014
A heavily obscure and truly infamous flick from the House of Mouse finally gets its due. Is this a lost supernatural thriller or a weak attempt at good horror? Only Morgan can tell it all. April 22, 2014
A marathon of films from the Dark Disney era takes off with a lost nostalgic treat from the 1980s. Is Disney's boogeyman too much for Morgan or will its sequel be worth something? Yes, this is a sequel...its a long story.... October 21, 2013
Of all the things that got reviewed on this show, you haven't seen anything yet. What you are about to watch is not just a poor attempt at a John Belushi biopic, but probably the worst movie Morgan ever had to sit down and stomach. Watch if you dare! (And we are serious this time!) September 19, 2013
What do you get if you take Japan's favorite monster, place him in a movie about pollution and pit him against a monster that looked like it came from your toilet? I think you know the punchline already as Morgan examines this strange feature. July 30, 2013
Here's a lost artifact from the late 1980s that Muppet fans adore or...don't know about. Take a look as Morgan discusses the history of the show, the unfortunate decline and a bonus top 6 list of the best episodes on this fantastic series from Muppet master, Jim Henson. August 13, 2013
And now the time comes to review a true cult classic about the American Dream, the power of greed and...the Hula Hoop?!?! Leave it to Morgan to explain why this Coen Brothers classic is a must see. July 20, 2013
Nothing like viewing a terrible 1990s animated classic with a resurrected alien friend...wait, what? Either way, Season 5 kicks off with one of Hannah-Barbera's infamous projects that some wish to forget. May 31, 2013
For this landmark 75th episode, Morgan takes a look at the most hated and debated remake of man and ape-kind. Does it hold up or falls under the shadow of the original? I think you guys know the answer. June 27, 2013
The holidays are going to be different as Morgan has to review the only Andy Kaufman starring flop to date that is rusted and clunky as a scrap pile. Joining him is Jaimetud and Sam as they feel pain far bigger than coal. Januray 9, 2013
90s Monster Mash Month comes to a close at long last with the 1990s horror flick that had potential...but didn't go far?!? Find out how and why as Morgan examines this nearly forgotten masterpiece from Clive Barker that is thankfully getting an audience.... Decmeber 14, 2012
Things take a turn for the worst on 90s Monster Mash Month. Just when he thought Dracula was bad, Morgan suffers through quite a lot with this entry that needed more than 9 volts to bring it to life. November 14, 2012
So 90s Monster Mash Month kicks off with a revamp of the vampire classic...and boy is it a doozy. But, Morgan is not the only one to endure the offball oddity as video gamer VGRetro joins in to experience the weird Coppola flick. But is there some entertainment under all this strange surrealism? November 4, 2012
Think you've seen the Muppets do everything? Think again! Morgan talks about quite the history lesson on the decline and fall of Saturday Night Live's Muppets that many know little of. September 28, 2012
This is the episode that is dark, so disgusting, so offensive, and very unclean, that viewers should be aware that what you are about to see is terrible but sadly true as we go over the most baffling and shocking moments in television history!!! September 14, 2012
And the big one that has been waiting to be unleashed. Morgan reviews a movie that everyone loves (even on other galaxies) but he doesn't? Under the forceful will of an intergalactic creature, will he survive over one little opinion?
For the holiday season, here is the first of three parts of a special presentation of the most epic, greatest, and cheapest adaption of a Christmas Carol to ever be created as our favorite reviewer goes against three grim ghosts and three underrated specials.
What's worse than a late Halloween special? How about reviewing something not related to the holiday and deal with some Evil Dead about the place. Watch if you dare as Morgan takes on the most obscure of 1980 TV shows and bad special effects.
After a bad movie, how does one follow that up but with a worse movie, a poorly dubbed Tintin film. If that wasn't enough, South Jersey Sam joins in as these two try to survive the wrath of this animated tripe.
You are about to enter another dimension of overlooked nostalgia. There you will join Morgan Leger as he finds himself in a most peculiar place with nothing to do but review the Twilight Zone. September 16, 2011
Prequels and reboots are one thing, but a remake of a well-done and thought provoking adaption that gets tainted to just too much for our reviewer as Morgan takes on a movie he greatly hates. August 11, 2011
In this two part summer special of Vaulting, we take a concluding look at the 1991 remake series of Sid and Marty Kroft's remake of their own Saturday morning cult classic. From pet dinosaurs to jungle girls, pakus to sleestaks. Here we take a look at some of the inhabitants of the Kroft's strange world.
In this second episode of Vaulting, we take a look at the 80's pop culture icon of all icons, Max Headroom! From his very own TV show to a spokesperson for Coke, we cover the basics of this stuttering digital guy!
In this half Valentine's Day/half Black History Month themed episode, I examine and give an brief review on two of the lost episodes of The PJs, as well as the series in general. Enjoy! Original upload date - Feburary 14, 2009
Here is the first episode of Vaulting that I ever filmed. It was very rough and was a work in progress, but it got better as it went along. For the debut of my show, I examined the "lost scenes" of Rankin/Bass' Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer, considering the fact that it was uploaded during the holiday season. Original Debut on December 20, 2008