I Have a Mental Breakdown – Pandamonium (FINALE)

This is a review of the script Pandamonium and a document of my descent into madness trying to rationalize it. It is heavily encouraged you start with part 1. Thank you. A Wild Plot Appears! Synopsis: However, when Molly calls her mom it appears as though the wish did not work. Billy fears that he’ll … Continue reading I Have a Mental Breakdown – Pandamonium (FINALE)

All Aboard the ‘Infinity Train’ – All Episodes Review (Part 3)

The Cat’s Car I love the cat! I love her refined personality, so it makes so much sense she’s in this antique store. I love that the cat is given some conflicted morality that she is helping the conductor only out of fear and that the cat is cunning enough to devise a solid plan … Continue reading All Aboard the ‘Infinity Train’ – All Episodes Review (Part 3)

All Aboard the ‘Infinity Train’ – All Episodes Review (Part 2)

The Corgi Car This is the pilot episode, showing the show can mix humor with Holy shit what is that! The Corgi Kingdom is a nice quirky stop in the train while also introducing a terrifying robot that looks like a Studio Ghibli antagonist. This episode introduces Atticus who is the deep voiced regal Corgi … Continue reading All Aboard the ‘Infinity Train’ – All Episodes Review (Part 2)

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Animated Sequels

Remember when this was my main review format? Yeah, apparently me neither. This isn't even how I did it; it was always one film not this weird fudge, marry, kill movies edition. Alright, let's review away. The Good - How to Train Your Dragon: The hidden World https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkcucKDrbOI How to Train Your Dragon is an … Continue reading The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Animated Sequels

Don’t Be Caught ‘Gnome Alone’? (Review)

I'm only reviewing this because I'm producing the sequel, Country Roads, Take Me Gnome. It's a road trip movie... but with gnomes. WHAT EVERYONE WANTS! Haha just...why did I watch this?? Netflix wanted to respond to all you Luke Cage and Iron Fist fans and delivery you something to keep your subscription and that's apparently....Gnome … Continue reading Don’t Be Caught ‘Gnome Alone’? (Review)

Little Quentin – 31 SPOOKS of October

Good animation takes a village, this animation is incredible so congrats to all these hardworking people who dedicated their time on working on it. Little Quentin, animated short film has been directed by Albert 't Hooft & Paco Vink. Art Direction: Paco Vink. Animators: Paco Vink, David de Rooij, Jelle Brunt, Yi 'Shadow Master' Zhao … Continue reading Little Quentin – 31 SPOOKS of October

Who’s Hungry? – 31 SPOOKS of October

* May Contain scenes of violence not suitable for all audiences. Viewer Discretion is Advised * I scream, you scream who wouldn’t scream for some ice cream? Especially when the ice cream man may not be such a jovial fella. As simplistic as Who’s Hungry is there’s something about the sketchbook shading, choppy frame rate, … Continue reading Who’s Hungry? – 31 SPOOKS of October

The Maker – 31 SPOOKS of October

It is rare to find something as delightfully macabre as Zealous Creative’s stop motion animation The Maker. Producers Christopher and Christine Kezelos execute a gorgeous and stunning little bottle story that takes our cute (slightly off-putting) bunny doll fellow and without explicitly explaining much it’s clear that he is challenged in some sort of race … Continue reading The Maker – 31 SPOOKS of October

Children’s Toys/ No Monsters – 31 SPOOKS of October

Welcome to Autodale, a safe home for you and me. Robots are our friends and with their help order and harmony is achieved. How beautiful it is to grow up in such a … perfect governed state.  David James Armsby created two shorts in this city of the future that illustrated the way robots and … Continue reading Children’s Toys/ No Monsters – 31 SPOOKS of October

There’s A Man in the Woods – 31 SPOOKS of October

Is there a man in your woods… well then you better go catch him. Kids, they certainly have their overactive imagination and while this may lead to a few white lies it’s not like they’re hurting anyone right? The short was produced during Jacob Streilein’s time at Cal-Arts and while talent was bound to be … Continue reading There’s A Man in the Woods – 31 SPOOKS of October

Behind Closed Doors – 31 SPOOKS of October

Kids, you’re not allowed to watch this one this short traumatized Portuguese children and they’re way more hardcore than… where ever you come from dear reader. There’s a monster in the closet… every child’s worst nightmare but what if the real monsters don’t lurk under a bed or behind our closet doors. What if monsters … Continue reading Behind Closed Doors – 31 SPOOKS of October

Looking Glass – 31 SPOOKS of October

For some reason, mirrors have been a major subject in many works of horror. Despite facing them has become a daily ritual for some, there will always be something inherently uncanny at starting back at ourselves. Of course, there would be something even more creepy if your reflection stares back into you. Please enjoy today’s … Continue reading Looking Glass – 31 SPOOKS of October

Debate: Should Animated Movies be Remastered in the Future?

Affirmative 1: It’s showtime. Incredibles 2 was more than a critically successful summer blockbuster smash hit, but a glimpse of the future to come. An audience at the movies in the year 2018 have become familiar with the concepts of re-make, and re-boot but the future of animation is going to be riding on the … Continue reading Debate: Should Animated Movies be Remastered in the Future?

These Shorts are Amazing! Know Your Nominee: Best Animated Short Film (2018)

It’s that time of year again. The Oscars! The talk around the prestigious March 4 Academy Award show is now in full effect. The nominees have just been released and as always there are a couple of surprises. I’m assuming everyone else is going to cover the snubs and surprises and since I really haven’t … Continue reading These Shorts are Amazing! Know Your Nominee: Best Animated Short Film (2018)

Take Some Time To Enjoy A Journey Into Sahara

Netflix hosts a bunch of your favorite TV shows streaming them into your home but has also provided its own impressive repertoire of original content. These original series include critical praised and enjoyed series such as BoJack Horseman, 13 Reasons Why, Stranger Things, and so on. One that stood out for me was the inclusion … Continue reading Take Some Time To Enjoy A Journey Into Sahara

Leo the Lion: The Absolute Worst Animated Film review part (2)

Please read part 1 because we'll picking up right were we left off. Without further ado, here we go. So they go in search of the "heart of the jungle" which sounds like a bullshit McGuffin which if you don’t know a McGuffin describes an object or device in movies and books that serves only … Continue reading Leo the Lion: The Absolute Worst Animated Film review part (2)

Leo the Lion: Netflix’s worst animated movie. Review Part (1)

This movie is painful. thanks to Reddit for highlighting this movie as I was looking for another horrible movie after reviewing the Ouija Experiment 2. The Ouija Experiment 2, as flawed and bad as it is I did get a laugh at it, there was the ability to watch it ironically and enjoy in its … Continue reading Leo the Lion: Netflix’s worst animated movie. Review Part (1)