Vids I Dig 415: Whang!: The ‘Zelda’ Song and Other Mislabeled Napster Files – Tales From the Internet

Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: Napster was home to a lot of files that were mislabeled, yet were so frequently downloaded that everyone knows them. Here’s a look at the “System of a Down” Zelda song, the Kerpal prank call that’s often misattributed to the Jerky Boys, and one person’s attempt to troll the Dir en Grey fanbase.

Vids I Dig 413: Defunctland: The Failure of Disney’s Arcade Chain, DisneyQuest

From Defunctland’s YouTube description: Defunctland discusses the rise and fall of Disney’s high-tech, virtual reality arcade, DisneyQuest, located in Walt Disney World’s Downtown Disney in Orlando, in Downtown Chicago, and almost in many other places.

Vids I Dig 409: Filmento: ‘John Carter’: How Disney Lost 200 Million Dollars

From Filmento’s YouTube description: Although 2013’s The Lone Ranger might’ve become the biggest box office flop of all time, Disney was not resting on their heels in that time period because just one year earlier they released another huge summer blockbuster flop, John Carter. This project was based on a book that was hot in the early 1900s, A Princess Of Mars, and ultimately became the first film in history to lose more than 200 million dollars. Business reasons aside, the core factors that contributed to this are quite similar to the main problems with The Lone Ranger, but only functioning in very different ways. So, in today’s Anatomy of a Failure, let’s see what Disney did with John Carter that broke the record of a 200 million dollar box office bomb. Well, firstly it’s like a mix of Lone Ranger and Mortal Engines which is not so great box office wise, but maybe there’s something else too.