Animated

December 2022: A Big Month For Movie/TV Fans…

2022 is very near to its end… but what it seems is that it will end in the best way possible… from HUGE movies and series to massive movie Trailers… we decided to tell you all what we he heard…

Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Pinocchio’ Review: A Riveting Recrafting Developed By Self-Worth

SPOILERS FOR PINOCCHIO AHEAD! READ AT YOUR OWN WILL! Honestly, I might just call 2022 the year of Pinocchio. This year has brought multiple renditions of the little lively wooden boy, from Disney’s shocking live-action reboot of its classic 1940…

Strange World Review: A Solid Yet Uninspired Disney Animated Romp

It’s certainly “strange” that Strange World’s marketing seems to be incredibly minimal; after all, it features a gay main character, which Disney would normally be trumpeting from the treetops. This lack of marketing concerned many. Was the studio really trying…

‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ Will Have Six Dominant Art Styles

‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ producers Chris Miller and Phil Lord talk about the visuals and ambition of the capeflick.

The Creative Plateau: Why The Corporate Breakdown of Animation Is Harming The Industry

It was only a few years ago when I got into animation. At the time, I watched Cartoon Network shows like The Amazing World of Gumball, Adventure Time and Regular Show. As I got older, I began diversifying into other…

Zootopia+ Review: A Fun And Entertaining Collection

Zootopia was, for me, one of the best animated films of the past decade, a film that has become a classic work of animated films with a fantastic mystery at its heart and captivating characters. When they announced that they…

‘Animation Is Film’ Festival Reveals Its Fifth-Year Winners

Animation Is Film (AIF), the renowned, Los Angeles-based film festival, revealed its special winners for its fifth year including animated features Little Nicholas, My Father’s Dragon, Aurora’s Sunshine, and Ice Merchants. Judges of the festival included Chris Butler (ParaNorman, Missing Link),…

‘Tales of the Jedi’ Review: Dave Filoni’s Attempt At Character Dynamization Tries To Pay Off

SPOILERS FOR TALES OF THE JEDI, READ AT YOUR OWN WILL! The realm of Star Wars has been in a weird position as of late. Early 2022 gave us The Book of Boba Fett, which built on the titular character’s…

‘Housing Complex C’ Review: This Exploration of Human Nature Compromises Through Its Flow

SPOILERS FOR HOUSING COMPLEX C, READ AT YOUR OWN WILL! [Writer’s Note: This review centers on the English dub.] Human nature has always been a topic of interest, whether it be through how learning society works or exploring how certain…

Wendell & Wild Review: Henry Selick Is Back And He Does Not Disappoint.

Few people knows that, but ‘Coraline’ is my favorite animated movie of all time, I love that movie in many ways, and so when I heard that the same director (Henry Selick) from that movie will return for another animated…