Stop-motion horror films might be one of my favorite niche genres. For some reason, the medium intertwines with the genre so well. And Wendell & Wild just proves my theory further.
Satire is hard. Good satire is even harder. Oftentimes, satire especially in animation is just mean-spirited low blows. That’s not the case with Silicon Docks. Instead, it’s a lot of nearly incomprehensible gibberish that’s supposed to be mocking the tech and social media elites - but it just doesn’t work. I don’t know if it’s… Continue reading “Silicon Docks,” an unsuccessful satirical film
Sometimes, when no show is appealing, you just have to pick randomly rather than not watching anything. So my boyfriend and I picked the shortest anime series we could find on Netflix. That ended up being the 2022 web series, Vampire in the Garden. The 5- episode OVA is an intense ride. It was produced… Continue reading “Vampire in the Garden” is pretty and intense but lacks substance
"Lupin III: The First" is a classic heist film; a combination of The Castle of Cagliostro and Raiders of the Lost Ark.
I swear I’m alive. The past few weeks have just been very busy. Between work, some other personal projects, the whole David Zaslav thing, and general exhaustion there hasn’t been anything I’ve watched that felt worth reviewing. But since D-23 Expo was this past weekend - let’s take a look at Disney’s upcoming slate of animated projects.
Infinity Train, Summer Camp Island, The Fungies! and many more animated shows have been pulled from HBOMax. Following the merger of Warner Bros. (which owns Cartoon Network) and Discovery - many popular shows and movies, not just animated ones, were pulled from the streaming service and straight-up canceled.