Welcome to the only "fanlisting" listed at The Fanlistings Network (under "Games" and "Movies") for the Michael Jackson movie and video game, Moonwalker. The movie was released the year I was born (1988), and stapled into my childhood. It is like a dozen short films in one epic, surreal dream, hanging in the cosmos with an eerie emptiness; so seperate from normality, but so close to Jackson's warped isolation in his own superfame. The game was dreamlike entertainment for us during family dinner parties. We loved how you could defeat baddies with MJ's superhuman dancing, and who could forget the way Kellie cried for "Michael!" to save her?
When we revisited both following Jackson's death, I was mesmerised by the memories they triggered, and how well they tapped into the child's imagination - convoluted scenes with robots, space, baddies, lost children, magical rescue missions - how his personality glittered in every scene. It was epic for us as children, and still is today. And that is the magic of Jackson's endless, global influence.
If you are a fan of "Moonwalker", then the "fanlisting" concept is that you can go ahead and join the fanlisting for free (this website is a voluntary fan effort), and become part of a growing, worldwide list of fans who also love it! That's all there is to it.
Website navigation can be found on the main header graphic. You can also refer to the site map if you're confused about how to navigate around this website. If you have any queries, do contact me. Thank you for visiting and sharing your love for Moonwalker, and the great Michael Jackson!
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This site, and all the rendered graphics, have been created by me, Raine, and is hosted at my website, RevolutionBlues.Org, and the associated Michael Jackson tribute site. It is also listed at The Fanlistings Network, the original online fanlistings directory. This site makes no profit, nor is it a newsletter or official service: it is a simple voluntary fan effort to list fans from across the world of "Moonwalker".