Animation Reviews

“Zombie Land Saga: Revenge” shows a second season is best served cold

Remember Zombie Land Saga? You know, that series that had a crazy resurrect dead girls to create an idol group? Did you know it had a second season? I did. And I waited forever to see it. I didn’t have a Crunchyroll subscription, so I had to wait until the DVD came out last year].… Continue reading “Zombie Land Saga: Revenge” shows a second season is best served cold

Animation Reviews

What I’m Looking Forward to in 2023

2023 is going to be a good year for animation - particularly animated movies. So I’m super excited. Let’s hope they all live up to the hype. Spider-Man: Across the SpiderVerse I don’t need to explain this one, do I? How Do You Live? Hayao Miyazaki came out of retirement (again) to write and produce… Continue reading What I’m Looking Forward to in 2023

Animation Reviews

Favorite Animated Movies of 2022

There were honestly a lot of good movies that premiered last year. Like it was a pretty amazing year for animated films. And again, I didn’t have a chance to review them all - but here were my favorites..in no particular order! Turning Red While I might be tired of villain-less Pixar films - this… Continue reading Favorite Animated Movies of 2022

Animation Reviews

My Favorite Shows of 2022

Okay. There were a lot of good shows in 2022. I didn’t have the chance to review some of them yet, but I’m still going to list them anyway since I didn’t post a lot last year. Spy x Family Gruff father figure adopts adorable orphan? One of my favorite tropes. Found family? Again, top-tier… Continue reading My Favorite Shows of 2022

Animation Reviews

My Least Favorite Shows of 2022

Sorry for being MIA for so long, and so often last year. I’ve just been kind of tired and uninspired. I was working on some other projects, started a new job, and life just kind of got in the way. But, I’m back and I’m going to try to do better! And to start out… Continue reading My Least Favorite Shows of 2022

Animation Reviews

Guillermo del Toro’s “Pinocchio” is a fantastic take on a classic tale

Every year, there seems to be a popular theme or plot device that is used in multiple movies. One could argue that this year was the year of the multiverse. But in the animation industry, it was the year of Pinocchio.  For some odd reason, there were three different retellings - none of which were… Continue reading Guillermo del Toro’s “Pinocchio” is a fantastic take on a classic tale