Thursday, March 24, 2011

One Million Copies of "An Easter Carol" Sold

Last week, Rebbecca St. James joined up again with the VeggieTales folks to receive a plague celebrating 1,000,000 sales of VeggieTales' first Easter special, An Easter Carol. She played the voice of the music box angel Hope in the 2004 release. Clearly, this show has become a holiday favorite for fans!

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Happy Spring Break!

Hey there everyone! Just letting you know, I'll be gone all week on a trip. So I hope you all have a great spring break! In the meantime, for all you Twitterers out there, there is going to be a VeggieTales Twitter party on Monday. Here's the info:

Join us for a Very Veggie Twitter party on Monday 3/14 at 1:30 pm EST hosted
by @VeggieTales, @LarryTheCuke, @oohamanda, @impressyourkids and
@diaperdiaries (follow us all on Twitter!). We'll be using the hashtag
#veggietales and discussing the new VeggieTales Easter DVD and helping
others through our partnership with World Vision USA !

Review of 'Twas the Night Before Easter

From the Cover:
"It's Easter time in Crisper County and cable news reporter Marlee Meade (Petunia Rhubarb) is hunting for a way to help others. On a tip that the old town theater will be shut down, Marlee cooks up a plan to save the stage. Despite all her schemes, will she discover the true meaning of Easter and what helping others is really about?"

I believe the best word to describe this new episode is classic. The character's roles really match their personalities, and the show overall feels like one of the old episodes that we all love. Their are so many great moments and songs. The only thing that I could almost complain about is the fact that the storyline is very similar to The Star of Christmas, but its different enough to where I don't think its a big deal.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Some news

Now that I have my copy of 'Twas the Night Before Easter, I've got some news to share. First of all, if you sign up for Big Idea's e-newsletter, you can get a free VeggieTales clock (with $3.99 shipping and handling)! I'm already getting the newsletter, but I might have my brother sign up for it so I can get it *wink.* Go to: for more info. Oh, and guess what? A recording of VeggieTales Live! Sing Yourself Silly  is going to be released on DVD in May of this year! I'm really exited about this! And the new VeggieTales episode this summer is going to be called The Princess and the Popstar. No other info on it yet, but you can see the teaser trailer on the new Easter DVD.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

'Twas The Night Before Easter is Released Today!

As the title says, 'Twas The Night Before Easter is out today! I can't wait to see it! My copy has shipped and it will be in my hands in a few days. I hope to get a review up on here next Saturday.

Have you gotten to see it yet? What do you think of it? Leave me a comment or go to our Reviews page and click the link to submit your own review.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Share YOUR Reviews

Would you like to do your own review of a VeggieTales episode? Now you can submit one to our website! Just click here and fill out the form, and your review will be shown on our Reviews section.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Review of Happy Together

From the Cover:
"What makes you happy? Join Larry and his Veggie pals on a quest to find out what true happiness is all about! Featuring 3 classic stories with lessons on forgiveness, courage and friendship! PLUS... funny and thought-provoking moments from the Veggie Kids (as voiced by real children) sharing their take on what true happiness really means!"

Even though Happy Together is a compilation of three already released episodes, the twenty minutes or so of all-new animation will probably make it worth you 10-12 bucks, especially if you like cute little kids talking about happiness.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

NEW Website!

The countdown is over... Big Idea has revealed the all-new VeggieTales website! Our internet has been down for a couple days now and I'm posting this from an iPhone so I haven't yet gotten a chance to explore the new site, but it looks pretty cool. Go check it out! Then tell me what you think of it in the comments below.