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Right before the busy holiday season, Sue and KC took some time to chat about modern animation classic, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. They discuss Danny Elfman’s music, the stop motion animation process, the popularity of the film 20 years after it’s release, and more. It’s the perfect holiday story about the things that go bump in the night and finding the meaning of Christmas.

The ladies also quickly discuss what they’ve been up to, and sneak in an impromptu review of Disney’s Frozen. So, spoiler warning for those who have not seen it yet. The Frozen mini-review runs about 5 to 6 minutes long for those who want to remain spoiler-free.

A big thank you to Rick Moyer for our new “Transition” music. Nothing warms the heart quite like an ongoing joke turned into a musical reality! And another pair of thank yous for Jen and Carl for sending in their comments about Anomaly Supplemental’s October episode “Why is Horror Appealing?”

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Special Thanks

The theme music for Anomaly Supplemental is the song “I’ll Still be a Geek After Nobody Thinks it’s Chic (The Nerd Anthem)” from the album “Got To Fly” and is used by permission of Marian Call. Visit her website for more information and music, including her latest album, Sketchbook.

The song “Transition” is performed by Rick Moyer, and is a parody of “Tradition” from the musical “Fiddler on the Roof.”

KCCo-Host/ Anomaly Supplemental
After misspellings of her first name and confusion with her middle name sounding like “Klingon,” she now uses her initials as her nom de plume.
SueCo-Host/ Anomaly Supplemental
Sue is a trekkie, a tap dancer, a juggler, a sports fan, an amateur photographer, a Henson fan, a blogger, a theatre nerd, a reader, a board-gamer…and therefore an “Anomaly”.