The alien worlds are not the appeal of this show, as strange as that sounds. You only get five broken minutes or so of CGI footage per episode.
Klaus is a heartwarming, magical, wonderful film that does what the best Disney and Pixar movies manage and is instantly a classic.
Would this be the fated series that does all the awesome things the movies did but with even more content?
Blood of Zeus excited me immensely when I first heard about it. I’m a big Greek Mythology nerd, and the idea of the myths with anime sensibilities was captivating.
Did you remember that Hercules (the animated series) exists? Because I didn’t and it’s frankly a shame. At least from the first episode, Hercules is kind of amazing—if you like Greek mythology, that is.
The thing about reviewers and critics is that we sometimes get overwhelmed with the sameness of media—and thus crave anything unique.
(Hello! Welcome to a new mini-series of sorts I’m calling “It Came From The Archives!” where we highlight old articles that we’ve had on the site. Don’t worry, there’s still plenty of our usual content coming out, we just wanted to pay tribute to our older articles. Enjoy this blast from the past! – Brandon…
I was almost completely dismissive.
But then I saw the trailer.
This seems like something different.
Doctor Who is a fun, campy show most of the time, but it occasionally decides to terrify. The Daleks are the most famous example, but there’s more to see than just one evil alien race. More twisted, disturbing, and dark things out in that universe.
ParaNorman is a scrappy little film and an excellent example of how you can lean into genre fandom and come out with something amazing.
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