Scott Malchus interviews the director of the animated hit film, RIO 2.
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The latest DVD installment of The Adventures of Chuck & Friends, Top Gear Trucks, is a treat for preschool children and their parents.
Get ready for the fifth season of TV’s most convoluted cartoon.
In anticipation of the June 2nd premiere of The Venture Bros., season 5, co-writers Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer chatted about the show with Chris Holmes.
A countdown of the ten best episodes of The Venture Bros. – just like the title says.
Ahhh, the 25th anniversary edition. There’s no quicker way to crush us under the wheels of time. The quarter century mark is usually the first really legitimate proof that a film or album is going to stand the test of time for someone – and this week, someone’s certainly going to be happy over the release of a 25th anniversary edition of the modern classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit, making its debut on Blu-Ray. Based on a wacky pulp novel by Gary [...]
Watch a short film drawn entirely with Sharpie markers and animated on a Mac mini.
Tony Redman reviews this 1983 classic from the original Blue Man Group. Will he think it’s the Smurfiest, or will it make him want to Smurf?
Daria, the show that best captures the tone of American culture in the ’90s.
Scott Malchus looks back at season one of the great 90’s animated series, “The Wild Thornberrys,” now on DVD.
The Power is Yours! Scott Malchus reviews the DVD release of “Captain Planet and The Planeteers: Season One.”
Singer-songwriter pop aimed squarely at adults meets animation geared to the Playhouse Disney demographic. Yeah, nothing could possibly go wrong with this one.
It’s one of the biggest film flops of all time. But Jack Feerick wanted to know — really, how bad can it be?
Happy Friday, Trekkies! It’s time for another installment of How Bad Can It Be? — and this time, Jack Feerick is taking a leak all over Star Trek: The Animated Series.