Posts Tagged ‘animation’
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BoJack Horseman Season 3 Review – Hilarious, Horrifying & Haunting

by SeanPWallaceon 25/07/2016
There’s an episode in BoJack Horseman season 3 entitled ‘The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me.’ It is the start of a joke/horrendous cycle in which something terrible happens to BoJack, he realises that he loves Princess Caroline for a few weeks, and then kicks her to the curb in favour of someone else. […]

Go Team Venture! Season 6 has landed

by trekkiemarkon 24/02/2016
(Yar, there be Spoilers ahead matey) For those of you who don’t know, Adult Swim’s The Venture Bros is quite simply one of THE BEST animated shows out there and it’s back for only it’s sixth season in twelve years. Hank and Dean Venture are the sons of a caustic super scientist who all live in a […]

Kaizo Trap – Beautifully, Geeky, Animated Music Video

by Matt Gearyon 18/02/2016
On my regular jaunt around the Internet I stumbled across the below video (by Guy Collins) and being the curious chap I am, I gave it a click… beautiful is the word. In short it’s an animated music video about a girlfriend who buys her hubby a retro Games Console; cause that’s what awesome Girlfriends […]

Kubo and the Two Strings Trailer Released

by Daniel Delargyon 28/01/2016
Yesterday saw the release of the trailer for the next film from Laika, the stop-motion studio responsible for two of my favourite animated films Coraline and ParaNorman. A teaser trailer was previously released for the film back in December, but it lacked spoken dialogue and so kept the plot of the film relatively secret. With the updated trailer, […]

The Disturbing Nature of Mr Meeseeks and Why I Find it Hard to Watch

by Becca Harperon 28/11/2015
Let me start by declaring SPOILER WARNING for Rick and Morty Season 1: Episode 5 ‘Meeseeks and Destroy’. Okay no we have that out of the way let’s get down to business. Rick and Morty is an excellent animated show for us adults following the misadventures of an genius alcoholic scientist, Rick and his easily […]

Song of the Sea Review

by spikedirectionon 07/11/2015
Song of the Sea is the follow up to Tomm Moore’s previous animation The Mystery Of Kells, and it continues much of the traditions of that work, highly stylised, beautiful art, charming magical realism and pure, concentrated Irishness, to the extent that the credits are in gaelic. The story concerns Ben, a boy living in […]

Rememblog #3: How Batman: The Animated Series Gave Me A Hero

by Callum Tyndallon 09/04/2015
I want to start off by making it very clear that this is not some tragic tale of how I came to some sort of realisation or overcame some horrible event. I did not get through grief or alcoholism or loss by watching Batman: The Animated Series. I just gained a lifelong love of the character because of […]

Guardians of the Galaxy Animated Series Coming 2015

by Becca Harperon 11/10/2014
Currently the highest grossing film this year and the top earning franchise starter for Disney/Marvel, Guardians of the Galaxy has become the hit film nobody knew they wanted and propelled relatively obscure characters into the lime light. WE ARE GROOT. To ensure the love for this unlikely band of heroes continues, during NYCC, Marvel have […]

Zeldamotion – A Link To The Past

by Daniel Delargyon 18/09/2014
Let’s play word association – when someone says to you ‘Legend of Zelda’, what is it you immediately think of? The Legendary Triforce? The titular Princess? That mute with the sword, who only seems to speak using the words ‘huh’ and ‘hyah!’ Well…this fanimation lends a voice to the character – something I haven’t seen since […]

Big Hero 6 News!

by Daniel Delargyon 15/07/2014
Previously, Disney had been very quiet on it’s next feature, having only released a tv spot for it’s upcoming movie Big Hero 6…and not much else. The TV Spot highlights two of the cast, Hiro Hamada and his robot Baymax, as the former aid the latter in kitting up in an outfit worthy of a superhero…in […]