41st Annual Annie Award Nominees Announced

by Ed Liuon December 4, 2013
ASIFA-Hollywood has announced the nominees for the 41st annual Annie Awards, marking the best achievements in animation for 2013. The full list of nominees is at the Annie Awards website; nominees in major categories includes: Best Animated Feature A Letter to Momo – 
GKIDS Despicable Me 2 – 
Illumination Entertainment/Universal Pictures Ernest & Celestine
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The Legend of Korra – “Darkness Falls” Episode 25 Recap

by Neo Yion December 2, 2013
Korra must prevent Unalaq from merging with Vaatu to become the Dark Avatar. Wow, how much more intense can this show get? Amon may be the better villain, but he didn’t turn into a giant dark rage monster. “Darkness Falls” is epic. Korra vs. Unalaq is a fast-paced, heart-pounding battle. Even with all her tricks […]

“Frozen” Takes $66.7M Over Weekend, $93.36M Since Open

by Ed Liuon December 2, 2013
Disney’s Frozen has contributed to a record-breaking Thanksgiving weekend at the movie box office, taking $66.7 million (estimated) over the weekend for a total of $93.356 million over the five days since its premiere. The total makes it the biggest Thanksgiving opening weekend, easily topping the $80.1 million taken by Toy Story 2 in 1999, […]


Bob’s Burgers – Purple Rain-Union – Season 4, Episode 6

by Alex Beanon December 2, 2013
Synopsis: Linda is attending her 25th high school reunion and wants to rekindle the magic of her all-female band – the Ta-Ta’s – for the occasion, much to the despair of Bob and most of the high school reunion attendees. Details: This show is a little late – most high school reunions occur during the […]

TELETOON at Night Premieres Archer, Season 5 Day-and-Date with U.S. Broadcast

by PowerZordon November 29, 2013
The Fifth of season of the animated comedy series Archer will premiere on Teletoon at night on Monday, January 13 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, premiering day-and-date with FX in the U.S. New episodes of this animated spy series will premiere each week on Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TELETOON at Night, mirroring the U.S. […]


Get Ready For The Tryptophan Slow Jam On Turkey Day

by Alex Beanon November 27, 2013
It is a wonderful world we live in when a person – any person, really – can ride on an animated gravy boat. There’s that and much more going on in “The Tryptophan Slow Jam” – real estate company Century 21’s celebration of L-Tryptophan [the amino acid found in turkey which makes you sleepy] and […]

Rudolph Won’t Let Marvel Play Any Reindeer Games

by Alex Beanon November 27, 2013
The first official holiday showing – because you know there will be at least 97 other re-broadcasts – of the season for “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” by CBS easily won the ratings race for Tuesday evening over superhero-tinged and poorly-titled newcomer “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Rudolph, with his nose so bright, gathered 11.4 million viewers […]


Review: “Frozen” – Disney Marketing, Meet Me at Camera 2

by Weathermanon November 27, 2013
Quick, someone tell me what Disney’s new animated movie Frozen is about.  If you said, “a wacky, slapstick adventure through a snowy place that somehow involves a woman who can freeze things, a lunkhead with a sled, and a talking snowman called Olaf,” congratulations: you’ve seen any/all of the ads that Disney has made for […]