The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald "The Legend of McDonaldland Loch" because it just wasn't that good. Of course our goal on this wiki is to find any form of lost media even if the media isn't that good.
And if this also counts, finding out that the "missing" Minerva Mink shorts weren't ever even made. That was a bit disappointing.
Agreed with you both on these. I know cancelled media does count as lost media, though I do have certain definitions for what I consider "lost media", mainly that it has to have proof that it exists or existed in some form. The Minerva Mink shorts were more or less rumored to exist as opposed to A Day With Spongebob, which at least had evidence that it existed, but was ultimately cancelled for one reason or another.
Post by theCarbonFreeze on Feb 23, 2017 4:41:20 GMT
I loved Cracks. It's a charming little short taken on its own merit.
I'd say Cry Baby Lane. The hunt was thrilling, as was the hype when FireSaladPeach told us she had a copy and shared those two legit creepy clips. I remember watching the film as a kid and being traumatized by it. Like, legit paralyzed with fear, afraid to turn around type scared. It was all I thought about the next day and left a big impression on me for a long time afterward. And then the film was released, and not only was it not scary, but it flat out sucked as a story. I wasn't expecting to be terrified again, but I figured there would be some genuine creepy moments. There was even one notable commercial I recall from the first airing which I remember being scary...but since her copy had no commercials, that was lost and will never be found again. We didn't even get a satisfying conclusion from Nick, they just callously tried to profit from the event when they'd brushed off its existence as a hoax for years. In the end, the legend of the film and the search for it was far more interesting than the actual movie. I can't think of anything else where that's the case.
Gonna go with Cracks. I just didn't find it that creepy.
I can see what people mean, even though I genuinely enjoyed Cracks when I saw it. I personally think it's just selective or fading memory from the ones who tried to find it or only knew of the description before Dycaite ultimately uploaded it.