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Real Fake Live-Action Adventure Time Trailer

by Alex Beanon October 8, 2014
YouTube channel contributor Gritty Reboots posted a real but fake live-action trailer for “Adventure Time” that received the seal of approval from actual animated “Adventure Time” creator Pendleton Ward…

Downton Abbey Meets Doc McStuffins

by Alex Beanon October 8, 2014
The cast of the popular “Downton Abbey” drama series will join the cast of the Disney Junior animated series “Doc McStuffins” for a special episode where the toys in the program travel back to 19th century England to help famous nurse Florence Nightingale. The episode of “Doc McStuffins” with “Downton Abbey” cast members is currently […]

25 Years’ Worth Of The Simpsons’ Opening Couch Gag

by Alex Beanon October 8, 2014
The Simpsons has been on the air for 25 years – that’s 554 episodes – and that means 554 couch gags [though many of the early episodes had repeat couch gags]. All those have been compiled into one simultaneous minute-long couch gag…

Review: “Rick and Morty” Season One Blu-Ray/DVD – This Show Is Wubba-Dubba-Dub-Demented Fun

by Neo Yion October 8, 2014
Rick and Morty establishes itself immediately in the first two minutes of its pilot episode. A drunken Rick stumbles into Morty’s room in the middle of the night and drags the timid boy to his spaceship. There he boorishly announces his grand plan to blow up Earth. Only Morty’s vehement protest forces Rick to change […]

Bob’s Burgers – Work Hard Or Die Trying Girl – Season 5, Episode 1

by Alex Beanon October 6, 2014
Synopsis: Gene has submitted his idea – a musical rendition of “Die Hard” – for the school fall musical only to have his idea superseded by Courtney’s idea [a musical rendition of “Working Girl”] due to the promises of Courtney’s dad that Carly Simon will show up if “Working Girl” is selected by Mr. Frond. […]

Review: “Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart” – Ticks a Good Beat, But Needs Some Wind-Up

by Neo Yion October 6, 2014
Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart is a minor Internet cult classic in waiting. It lacks the contemporary loud claptrap of its American cousins, giving it a subtler and whimsical experience. The characters look like walking pale-skinned Porcelain dolls and the locales are demented and twisted at Tim Burton levels. Its 19th century aesthetic will also […]


Aardman And BFI Win The Lottery

by Alex Beanon October 4, 2014
Aardman Animations along with the British Film Institute, using $1.6 million British lottery funding, will work to develop new animated feature films over the next two years to three filmmakers of filmmaking teams as long as they go through the BFI Aardman Animation Development Lab. Applications to be one of the three filmmakers/filmmaking teams to […]

‘Doctor Puppet’ Fan Stop Motion Series Launches Indiegogo Campaign For Musical Christmas Special

by Grant Whiteon October 3, 2014
Fan produced ‘Doctor Who’ stop motion series Doctor Puppet has announced an Indiegogo campaign to help produce a musical Christmas special this year. The ongoing series focuses on the Eleventh Doctor (the current incarnation at the time of the series start) on a quest to find out who is abducting his past incarnations from time, […]