"Primal" (2021) Blu-ray Review: Genndy Tartakovsky's Bloody Masterwork

Primal is Genndy Tartakovsky's prehistoric bloodbath of an animated series, but it also has a ton of heart and patient and deliberate storytelling. Yes, this is the series where a caveman rides a Tyrannosaurus. And yes, it's as brilliant and awesome as it sounds.


"Spirit Untamed": A Tamed DreamWorks Spin-Off Kiddie Ride

"Spirit Untamed" is a 2021 DreamWorks animated adventure spin-off based on both "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002)" and Netflix series "Spirit: Riding Free." While the animation and heart are in the right place, the movie is average for kids at best, but forgetful at worst for everyone else.


Top 10 Strongest Superheroes in "The Incredibles"

Explore the ten most powerful supers throughout the Pixar Incredibles movies!


"An Extremely Goofy Movie": A Not-So-Extreme Yet Enjoyable Direct-to-Video Sequel

"An Extremely Goofy Movie" is a 2000 direct-to-video sequel to the 1995 film "A Goofy Movie." At first, the movie has noticeable downgrades with heavy emphasis on extreme sports. After a while, it still maintains both the emotional and humorous charm of the first film and Goofy himself.


5 Anime Like "Shaman King"

Your search for anime similar to "Shaman King" is over. This collection has what you've been looking for.


5 Anime Like "Edens Zero"

If you're a fan of adventure-filled shounen anime shows, then these five anime shows similar to 'Edens Zero' are for you!


"A Goofy Movie": A Goofy Yet Fun Road Trip Worth Remembering

"A Goofy Movie" is a 1995 animated comedy film based on the Disney Afternoon television series "Goof Troop." Though the story is basic & cliched, the movie became a cult classic as a humble continuation of the series full of hip humor and heart that carries on the classic Disney character's legacy.


5 Anime Like "Tokyo Revengers"

Your search for anime similar to "Tokyo Revengers" ends here. This collection lists five shows that will surely give you a run for your time!


Why General Ironwood Was Right in "RWBY"

Explore several reasons why morally-ambiguous General Ironwood actually had the best plan in RWBY volume 7.


Top 10 Semblances in "RWBY"

Explore the ten most useful semblance powers in the hit show "RWBY"!


The Stolen Legacy of Milton Mouse

Before there was Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Van Beuren Studios had Milton Mouse, an unsung hero in the silent era.


"Shrek (2001)": A DreamWorks Fairy Tale Parody Classic

"Shrek" is a 2001 animated comedy loosely based on the children's book of the same name by William Steig. While the plot may sound predictable, the rest of the movie is a beloved classic with satires of Disney and fairy tales, innovative animation, unexpected laughs, and memorable characters.


Who Is the Real Betty Boop?

Many photos have appeared online of alleged inspirations for Betty Boop, but which one of these ladies is the real Boop-Oop-A-Doop girl?


Every Greymon Form in Digimon

Explore every Greymon evolution in the Digimon franchise!


Top 10 Strongest Partner Digimon

Explore the ten strongest tamer companions throughout the Digimon cartoons!


The Recycled History of "Tom and Jerry"

Is "Tom and Jerry" the product of stolen media or recycled cartoon history? Dive into the lost history of your favorite cat and mouse!


"Arlo the Alligator Boy" (2021) Review: Rickety Biscuit - A Gift to Animation

"Arlo the Alligator Boy" is a film with incredible animation, humor that caters to both kids and adults, and music you'll be craving long after it's over.


Anime Movie Review: "Fate/Stay Night: Heaven's Feel III: Spring Song" (2020)

Shirou Emiya made his choice and gave up being a Hero of Justice to be a hero for Sakura Matou, but as he continues his quest to rescue Sakura, his use of Archer's arm is destroying his mind and body. Will he be able to save Sakura? Is this movie worth your time and money? Let's find out!


"Savagery" - "Attack on Titan" Season 4 Episode 14 Review

The Yeager brothers face different challenges as they disrupt the current order amidst a coming invasion. Levi, Mikasa, and Armin are confronted with the meaning of their struggles as more details of their journeys are recontextualized by their encounters with the hated "devils".


Cartoon Review: "The Batman" Season 2 (2005)

Batman continues working with Detective Ellen Yin to take down Gotham's criminals as the Riddler appears, along with new villains like Killer Croc and Ragdoll. Chief Rojas tries to capture him as Jim Gordon arrives to lead the G.C.P.D. Is this cartoon worth your time and money? Let's find out!


Why Jerry Is the Villain and Not Tom

He may be cute and funny, but make no mistake, Jerry is the antagonist in most Tom and Jerry media.


"Children of the Forest" - "Attack on Titan" Season 4 Episode 13 Review

Following Gabi and Falco's journey in "Deceiver", we look at the cycle of violence as characters confront the devils within them and the dark truth that humanity is lost and caught in the storm of fear and hatred.


Why Pepé Le Pew Is Problematic

While his cartoons will still be available on home media and streaming devices, Pepé Le Pew is not likely to find many new fans in the new millennium.


Anime Theory: Black Hair Is Good, Brown Evil

Discover just how many anime rivalries involve dark-haired protagonists and brunette antagonists!


The First Looney Tunes Ever Canceled

Long before conservatives started using the phrase "cancel culture," these early Looney Tunes were being pulled from television.


The Tragedy of Eren Yeager: How the Character Changes Throughout "Attack on Titan"

Attack on Titan's main protagonist is now becoming the antagonist. Many people are saying that Eren Yeager's character is regressing back into his angry, younger self. However, I'm not so sure.


"Raya & the Last Dragon": Disney's Action-Packed & Adventurous Animated Fantasy

"Raya & the Last Dragon" is a 2021 Disney action-adventure and fantasy animated feature. With heavy influence from Southeastern Asian culture, it is an instant classic that is full of heart with creative worldbuilding, detailed animation, and stand-out characters.


"The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run" (2021) Review - The Smelliest Road Trip a Sponge Could Ask For

Pushed back nearly a year after its completion, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run is now available to stream for free for Paramount+ subscribers.


"Guides" - "Attack on Titan" Season 4 Episode 12 Review

An intense political drama unfolds as more distrust against Eren and censorship provokes mass protests and an alarming military uprising. This episode puts forward the clear message of the rise of fascism borne from corruption, failure of implementing the law, and appeasement of extremes.


Why Black America Resonates With "Dragonball"

Despite a few racially insensitive characters, the "Dragonball" franchise enjoys a broad African American fan base.


Why You Really Shouldn't Miss "Jujutsu Kaisen"

"Jujutsu Kaisen" is exactly your standard shonen anime except better. Much better.


"Attack on Titan" and the Power of Indoctrination

The idea of indoctrination carries a negative context to it. On the surface, it seems obvious to avoid. "Attack on Titan", however, presents a world where not only are indoctrinations always present, but often so easy to embrace that its followers will do anything to uphold them.


Top 10 Female Tsunderes in Anime

Explore the ten best examples of temperamental tsunderes throughout anime!


10 Shows to Watch While Waiting for More "Jujutsu Kaisen"

Jujutsu Kaisen has taken the anime world by storm, in large part thanks to the incredible quality of work done by studio MAPPA. Here are 10 similar series to enjoy while you're waiting for more.


"Deceiver" - "Attack on Titan" Season 4 Episode 11 Review

Gabi and Falco’s escape opens the audience to Attack on Titan’s most poignant message about the violence of discrimination. We witness how characters from the past three seasons flesh out the changes and burdens our protagonists experience.


Should I Watch..? 'Lady and the Tramp' (1955)

Disney's first dog-based animation has become one of cinema's most beloved romance stories. But does it stand up to today's competition or is it a bit of a dog's dinner? Benjamin Cox is unleashed...


Should I Watch..? 'Howl's Moving Castle'

Hayao Miyazaki's most personal film is a bewildering delight with dazzling visuals, imagination to spare and a wonderful soundtrack. But is it a match for the other Studio Ghibli films Benjamin Cox has seen?


"A Sound Argument" - "Attack on Titan" Season 4 Episode 10 Review

Amidst discussions on international relations, this episode greatly presents changes in character dynamics and the contrast between Eren's current demeanor and his overwhelming concern for the well-being of his friends. Does this still hold true for him?


"Tenko": Saban's Forgotten Magical Girl

Based on a real life magician, "Tenko and the Guardians of the Magic" shouldn't be forgotten. Let the magic begin!


"Attack on Titan" and Its Definition of True Monsters

This essay may contain light spoilers for future episodes. "Attack on Titan" is not only a dark fantasy show. It presents ethical and philosophical questions through its characters to the audience.


Why Sesshōmaru Is Problematic

While the Inuyasha and Yashahime series still needs this character to further the plot, it isn't without controversy.


5 Anime Like 'Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi' ('Redo of Healer')

If you're looking for anime similar to "Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi" ("Redo of Healer"), then you've found the right place!


"Brave Volunteers" - "Attack on Titan" Season 4 Episode 9 Review

Continuing the run of quality episodes, MAPPA presents a clear discourse on racism and the difficulty of buying peace. Time runs out for our leads. Armin reflects his journey so far, grasping a seashell that was once a symbol of his future. Eren fights, moving ever forward to the hell he sees afar.


5 Anime Like 'Tonikaku Kawaii' ('ToniKawa: Over the Moon For You')

If you're into adorable and cute "romance" shows, then these five anime similar to "Tonikaku Kawaii" are perfect for you.


"The Door of Hope" - "Attack on Titan" Season 4 Episode 3 Review

Presenting Reiner's POV, "The Door of Hope" changes the way we see the Warriors, explains their mental states for the past three seasons and shows the deep scars in Reiner that explain much of his behavior and motivations, while making him the perfect parallel to Eren Jaeger in more ways than one.


5 Anime That Will Make You 'Toby Maguire' Cry

Need something to open the floodgates? Try these five great titles!


Five Disney Films for the Socially Aware

These five socially aware Disney films are much more meaningful than the cash grabs normally seen in ads.


5 Anime Like 'Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation'

Explore new realms and get yourself stirred by watching these five anime shows similar to "Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation."


"Assassin's Bullet" - "Attack on Titan" Season 4 Episode 8 Review

The Marley arc's thesis on war closes with a gunshot that hits at the core of the fanbase and a somber realization that the world will never be the same again. The discourses that form from the episode's aftermath provoke questions about viewer morality and our understanding of real-life conflicts.


Is Raya and the Last Dragon Controversial?

With the newest Disney Princess set to debut on Disney+ in a matter of weeks, will the racial past of the company follow Raya into dark territory?