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Hazbin Hotel Hopes to Redeem Your Soul

Cartoons have transcended the traditional audience of kids. I recall the uproar among parent groups when The Simpsons premiered during my younger days. As I transitioned to college, South Park and Family Guy faced similar scrutiny for their adult-oriented content…. Continue Reading →

The Tiger’s Apprentice Learns Disappointment

In the realm of animated adventures, there is a recurrent exploration of Chinese culture, often centered around the Chinese zodiac and its associated animals. An illustrative example is found in Minions: The Rise of Gru, where the storyline revolves around… Continue Reading →

Robot Dreams Speaks a Universal Language in Silence

As a film critic, I occasionally get the chance to explore movies created beyond the borders of the United States. While some prove excellent enough for me to want to share with friends, I often have a recurring inquiry: Is… Continue Reading →

The Boy and the Heron Flies High for Studio Ghibli

Per Matt Despite its worldwide success throughout the years, Studio Ghibli still feels like it’s got an unknown presence stateside. But not to anime fans! Merely mention Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle or Princess Mononoke and you’re likely to get… Continue Reading →

Migration Feels Like an Eternity of Disappointment

Illumination has undeniably mastered the art of crafting animated films that seamlessly blend humor, heart and an infectious sense of joy. From the irreverent charm of the Minions to the heartwarming tales of unlikely friendships in films like Sing and… Continue Reading →

Disney’s Wish is Exactly What Many Fans Have Hoped For

In recent years, Disney has faced considerable criticism from its fanbase. Many enthusiasts believe the company has departed from its original storytelling roots, becoming increasingly entwined with the current social and political landscape in ways that make some fans uneasy…. Continue Reading →

Peacock’s Twisted Metal Sparks a Nostalgic Path of Destruction

Twisted Metal found its way into my collection of games during the era of the original PlayStation gaming console. In my teenage years, I had an insatiable appetite for video games, eagerly bringing home new adventures week after week. In… Continue Reading →

Sacha Jenkins Gets All Up in the Biz!

Per Matt Two words that absolutely describe the musical/lyrical style of Biz Markie would be “outrageous” and “fun,” and quite often, it’s outrageously fun. Whether he was beatboxing, rapping, DJing or making appearances in big Hollywood productions, the Clown Prince… Continue Reading →

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem Merges Nostalgia with a New Style

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles held a special place in my heart during my childhood years. I found immense joy in tuning in to the animated escapades of Leonardo, Michaelangelo, Donatello and Raphael whenever they graced our television screen. Their courageous… Continue Reading →

A24 Gets Family Friendly with Marcel the Shell with Shoes On

A24 is a studio whose name is synonymous with some of the best films in modern time. It’s given us a couple of truly horrifying movies from Ari Aster in Hereditary and Midsommar, along with Kevin Smith’s Tusk. Last year,… Continue Reading →

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