Located on a small expansion shelf about midway between the Third and Fourth Circles, Musical Hell is presided over by Diva, a minor demon charged with passing judgement on the worst musicals ever committed to film. (She still hasn't figured out if this is their punishment or hers.) Take a seat on the bench and have your earplugs ready, because court is now in session.

New videos posted on the first Monday of the month. Other viewpoints, news, and general ramblings posted when they crop up.

Monday, July 20, 2020

At the Source: Fun Home

Hey y'all, my PC is currently out of commission, which means August's review may be a little late (depending on when new parts get her and how well they solve the problem). But in the meantime, at least you have me talking about Fun Home.

Monday, July 6, 2020

Musical Hell: David Copperfield

Here it is *checks watch* July? Really? Okay then. Here's your new video--it's about a weird-ass furry version of David Copperfield.

And hey, you may have heard that there was this Hamilton thing going on over the weekend. Well, I'll be joining Jess of Musicals With Cheese and Emily of Stealing Focus to discuss our thoughts on it TONIGHT (07/06/20) at 8pm EST! Come check it out here!

Monday, June 15, 2020

At the Source: The Frozen That Wasn't

While *gestures vaguely* continues, this month's Know the Score is taking time to look at the Frozen franchise and the songs that got left on the cutting room floor. Enjoy!

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

MHTV: Creating Rem Lezar

Hey, how are you holding up? Well, if you need a break and a laugh, I'm here making fun of the magnificently weird 80's frommage known as Creating Rem Lezar. And when you're done, please check out these links!

Monday, June 1, 2020

Musical Hell: The Thief and the Cobbler (Miramax Cut)

So, how's everyone holding up? Staying hydrated, getting rest, speaking out against fundamentally unjust systems? Good. Then you've earned a break, so watch my review of The Thief and the Cobbler!

Monday, May 18, 2020

At the Source: The Producers

How's everyone holding up? Yeah, me too. We could all use a laugh, right? Well, here's the next best thing: me talking about how comedy changes over time using Mel Brooks' The Producers as an example.

Monday, May 4, 2020

Musical Hell: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Welcome to day whatever-the-fuck of social distancing! For your continued distraction from the daily shitstorm, may a present a cheesy Andrew Lloyd Webber musical?

No, not THAT one, the other one.