Default Assault

The video podcast where we take on everything - by default! Every Thursday, we delve into the crazy realms of entertainment, movies, and pop culture!

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Top 5 Extinct DISNEY WORLD Rides

In honor of the recent loss of the Universe of Energy and The Great Movie Ride, Default Assault counts down the Top 5 Extinct Disney World attractions!
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TRON vs. TRON: LEGACY

It's the end of line: Disney's original cult classic TRON (1982) vs. its long awaited sequel TRON: LEGACY (2010). Which is the better movie?
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Dwayne Johnson Not Black Enough to Play Black Character?

Default Assault reacts to the online backlash concerning Dwayne Johnson's upcoming Netflix film, John Henry and the Statesmen.
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The Most Famous Deleted Disney Song Ever? “Never Smile at a Crocodile”

It's been called the most famous deleted Disney song ever produced - "Never Smile at a Crocodile" from 1953's PETER PAN but should it have been cut?
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Who It Could Have Been: James Bond and Alan Grant

Did you know that Sam Neill was once considered for the role of JAMES BOND? Or Harrison Ford as Dr. Alan Grant in JURASSIC PARK?
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Sega vs Nintendo Music

Sega vs Nintendo - the infamous Console War of the 80's & 90's has sparked much fury between video game fans debating both systems' various games and tech...but what about the music?
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Zazu vs Iago – The Ultimate Angry Bird Showdown!

ALADDIN's Iago (voiced by Gilbert Gottfried) vs. THE LION KING's Zazu (voiced by Rowan Atkinson). Who will be the ultimate victor?
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Disney Heroes as Avengers

With GUARDIANS 2 out tomorrow, we celebrate by taking a look at which animated Disney Heroes would be the perfect substitutes for the original AVENGERS...
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Deleted Disney: SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES’ CG Train Sequence

Is this the most elaborate Deleted Disney scene ever? We discuss the infamous lost train sequence from 1983's SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES.
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Is THE THREE CABALLEROS (1944) Disney’s Trippiest Movie?

Flying donkeys, half woman/half horse hybrids, dancing men that turn into cockfighting roosters, and the birth of Jesus! It can only be THE THREE CABALLEROS

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Default Disney: Make Mine Music (1946)

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Default Disney: Pinocchio (1940)

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Default Disney: Song of the South (1946)

Song of the South. Never has there been a more vilified or controversial film in the Disney canon but is there any truth in these accusations?