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Digimon Adventure Tri Confession

Review: “Digimon Adventure Tri: Confession” is Still a Digital Delight

by Neo Yion December 5, 2017
Digimon Adventure Tri has been a standout set of films so far, able to continue from the original anime series, Digimon Adventure, and further develop its central cast. Previously children in Digimon Adventure, the original eight Digidestined are now older and prone to grown-up decisions. Tri’s reoccurring theme of change and adulthood is once again […]

Cradle – Battle for Normalcy

by Greg91on November 26, 2017
Cradle is a short film written, animated, and directed by Devon Manney. The short follows the story of a soldier who loses his arms overseas, returns home and attempts to return to his life before war. Devon Manney, Alexa Nikol Curran, Trevor Larson, and Rosie Richards provide the voices of Will Kelly, Rachel Kelly, Dr. […]


Cars 3

Review: “Cars 3” Blu-ray Reaches the Front of the Pack

by Classic Speedyon November 20, 2017
Cars 3, much like the main character in it, did some soul-searching. The first Cars, while a fairly predictable film in its storytelling, worked due to its main character’s development, the large and varied cast, the re-imagining of an ordinarily human world as a cars-only world, and its worthwhile moral. The second film went in […]
My Little Pony Equestria Girls/Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters

Review: “My Little Pony: Equestria Girls” and “Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters”

by Ed Liuon November 17, 2017
I miss the Hub. It premiered in October 2010 with an incredibly strong slate of cross-demographic animated programming. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic was the breakout hit while the new Transformers and G.I. Joe shows continued existing franchises with aplomb. With the loss of the network as an avenue of release (Discovery Family Channel […]


Twelve Shorts from Frederator Studios

by Greg91on November 12, 2017
Frederator Studios and Sony Pictures Animation are working together to distribute twelve short films on the Cartoon Hangover YouTube page. The shorts are created by a variety of animators as part of a initiative to highlight new and upcoming artists. Sony Pictures Animation and Frederator Studios selected twelve of the many pitches they received from animators. […]

Ginerva – Life After Death

by Greg91on November 10, 2017
  Ginevra is an animated short inspired by the unfinished poem “The Dirge” by poet Percy Shelley. The short follows a mother after her daughter is murdered. Through this tragedy, she discovers there is more to life after death than she ever imagined. “The Dirge” poem was based on the legend of Ginevra degli Almeiri, […]