Dead End Paranormal Park has some identity issues.
Sorry I’ve been AWOL for the past few weeks. I had to transfer apartments, so I didn’t have a lot of time to prepare a review. Also, I just hadn’t seen anything that was really worth commenting on - I have a ton of just half-finished shows and partially written reviews to show for it. … Continue reading “Green Eggs and Ham: The Second Serving” is a lukewarm second course
Why do so many anime movies always seem to have to deal with grief? I Want to Eat Your Pancreas, Ride Your Wave, Josee, the Tiger and the Fish, BELLE…Those are the ones just from the top of my head It’s something that’s bothered me a little - but it wasn’t until I watched Children… Continue reading Generic but cute, ‘Children of Kamiari Month’ is a trope-filled story about grief
Dogs in Space is one of the shows that start out light and simple, but you quickly realize that there’s something darker lying underneath the surface. Or well - it tries to be
If there’s one thing you should know about me and my love for animation, it’s that I hold stop-motion animators in extremely high regard. Their job takes so much patience and precision, yet they’re still able to bring these stories to life, with so much detail. It’s amazing. There’s something about stop-motion that gives the… Continue reading Creepy, curious, and fascinating, “The House” is a marvelous feature
King of the Hill Revival A reboot of the animated sitcom, King of the Hill, is in the works. Creators Greg Daniels and Mike Judge have formed their own animation company, Bandera Entertainment - which has more than a dozen animated series in the works including the reboot. No details about the reboot have been… Continue reading Animation News Round Up – Week of 1/16