DreamWorks Home

Review: “DreamWorks’ Home” – Shake Your Boov Thing

by Christopher Glennonon March 27, 2015
Home, DreamWorks’ newest theatrical animated movie, proves that we’re all just neighbors in this great big universe of ours but that doesn’t mean we’re going to get along. When a race of cowardly aliens called the Boov flee from a race of scary skull-and-spike wearing aliens called the Gorg, they decide to occupy Earth as […]
Wolfy the Incredible Secret

Review: “Wolfy, the Incredible Secret” – What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been

by Ed Liuon March 24, 2015
The French animated feature Loulou, l’incroyable Secret has been imported to the US as Wolfy, the Incredible Secret, injecting a wonderful touch of the bizarre into the kids’ animated feature landscape. This distinctively odd, hand-drawn animated film feels like a fable as heard through a fever dream, perpetually giving the sense that there’s a method […]

Bayonetta: Bloody Fate

Review: “Bayonetta: Bloody Fate” Bloody Good Times?

by Chad Boninon March 17, 2015
Bayonetta is the most butt-kicking nun you’ll ever meet. A witch who’s so ready to blow apart the world, she features guns in her shoes and a world of magic in her hair. When a mysterious child is dropped into her lap, the fate of the world lies in her magic hands. Is her own […]
Transformers: Robots in Disguise

Review: “Transformers: Robots in Disguise”: Plight Of The Bumblebee

by Grant Whiteon March 13, 2015
Back in 2010 I reviewed the premiere episodes of Transformers: Prime, Hasbro’s then latest entry in the franchise and a focal point of the ‘Aligned continuity’ that would attempt to focus on a specially constructed long term universe. I gave the premiere a favourable review and when the show drew to a close after three […]

Transformers: Robots in Disguise

Review: “Transformers: Robots in Disguise” Has a Lot of Spark

by Neo Yion March 13, 2015
Transformers: Robots in Disguise is an interesting transition from Transformers Prime. While each Transformers show seems to reinvent the franchise, Robots in Disguise has the honor of being a direct sequel to Prime. While the latter was an epic space opera, Robots in Disguise excludes the melodrama in favor of peppy, feel-good fun. Those who expect […]

Review: “The Anime Encyclopedia Third Edition”

by Todd DuBoison March 13, 2015
Many animation-related books exist, but the newly released third edition of The Anime Encyclopedia is an example of tremendous ambition successfully realized by British authors Helen McCarthy and Jonathan Clements. Within its pages lies an account of the totality of modern Japanese animation, ranging from its infancy in the 20th century all the way to […]


Review: “Jasper: Journey to the End of the World” and “Jungle Shuffle”

by Ed Liuon March 11, 2015
They come from two different countries and from two different distribution companies, but Jasper: Journey to the End of the World and Jungle Shuffle are both CGI animated movies with talking animals that just aren’t very good. Neither of these imports to American shores seem to be trying very hard, and even then still fall […]
Space Dandy

Review: “Space Dandy: Season One BooBies Edition” Has Dandy Boobies

by Chad Boninon March 9, 2015
He’s a dandy guy in space. Really, that’s all you need to know going into Space Dandy, the latest psychotrophic animated series from the brilliant minds behind Cowboy Bebop (Shinichiro Watanabe) and a host of other amazing shows. It’s an exploration of what’s possible in animation when you don’t have to worry (too much, at […]


Review: “Space Dandy: Season One Aloha Oe Edition” Goes With the Flow, Baby

by Neo Yion March 9, 2015
In the depths of space lies the man with the to-die-for pompadour. His name is Space Dandy; he’s a dandy in space. As an alien hunter, Dandy scans the far reaches of the galaxy to capture exotic, unknown species for registry in exchange for money. But as determined as he is, Dandy would rather relax […]

Review: “Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin I: Blue Eyed Casval” – What The Red Comet Speeds From

by Grant Whiteon March 6, 2015
Although most of the attention seemed to go to plans for the anniversary coming in five years, Gundam’s 35th anniversary did not pass without incident. For the first time in a while, two Gundam shows have been broadcast at the same time: Reconguista in G and Build Fighters Try. As both these shows near the […]