Friday, July 07, 2006
Baby Huey's Great Easter Adventure Part 5
After the debacle that was the last post, I promised you a real actual review of Baby Huey's Great Easter Adventure.
I do not intend to disappoint.
With a copy of the DVD in my hot little hands I sit here at the keyboard ready, willing and able to tell ya all about this disc.
For starters, it's light. Lighter than some of my other DVDs. Perhaps this is because it doesn't have any insert in the case. Maybe the sadness and loneliness felt by the disc due to living the existence of a loner is not enough to counter the lack of an insert. Maybe the heaviness of his heart does not make up for the hollowness of his soul... Maybe I am streeeeettttccchhing to make sure I can fill up a whole page with this review.
The DVD comes with a slightly different cover than the video cover that I posted at the top of the page.
Slightly different... but no better.
As far as smell, this disc is pretty fantastic. It has that new plastic smell that makes ya feel a little dizzy.
Let me take another whiff.
Whoa Nelly! That's some good disc.
As far as taste, I would have to say it's not very good. In fact, it's awful. Very bland, yet it leaves an aftertaste. It does have a faint buttery taste... or maybe thats baby powder.
I took off the bandanna.
In closing, I would have to say that Baby Huey's Great Easter Adventure is a fine DVD. It has nice cover art AND full color artwork on the disc. It also features a write up on the back that appears to be free of typos.
I recommend this disc to anyone that is in the market for a disc.