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On Throwback Tuesday Episode 27 we take a look back at Alex Proyas (unfortunately this is the guy that made The Crow) 2009 film “Knowing.” Enjoy!Continue
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In honor of the release of the new animated film "Frozen". I decided too do a blog about my personal favorite Disney animated films. (This is just Walt Disney Animation Studios films.)
This is a recent CGI Disney film. Tangled offers enough freshness too…Continue
On this Action Packed blockbuster of Throwback Tuesday Episode 12, the voting got so huge that The Phenomenal One & Z had to review both films. Those two films are Batman: Under The Red Hood and The Dark Knight which in my opinion have to be two of the best Batman adaptations to screen ever. Bare with us on this episode though because we kept losing the beginning part and redid it like 5 gazillion times but nonetheless still a phenomenal episode.…Continue
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Cool Project! Show'em sum luv.
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In this episode of Cape Chronicles we take a look at the animated origin of Milestone comics superstar Static Shock.
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(Note: this is my first blog and top 10 list posted on this site. Constructive Criticism is accepted, but please refrain from using negative comments. Thank you.)
It has come to my attention that the 2000's was, and continues to be, a time for bringing back old familiar series and updating them to fit in today. Several classic franchises have been updated over time, some for the best and some for the worst. With the upcoming ThunderCats reboot on its way, I felt that I should list…Continue
After the success of their Wile E. Coyote / Roadrunner theatricl short films (and the poor reception the new sitcom-esque cartoon is getting), Warner Bros. is aiming to refresh the Looney Tunes franchise with new feature films featuring classic characters such as Bugs Bunny, Pepé Le Pew, Speedy Gonzalez, Marvin the Martian and the ACME warehouse.…Continue
Bambi is a 1942 American animated film produced by Walt Disney and based on the book Bambi, A Life in the Woods by Austrian author Felix Salten. The film was released by RKO Radio Pictures on August 13, 1942, and it is the fifth film in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series.
In the middle of a forest, a baby deer has been born. This deer is Bambi. The movie follows Bambi…Continue
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To all those who hate it when the title gives away the twist, sorry.
But I couldn't resist, and chances are this title is the best way to get you to watch this video.
I thought that with the LEOG's podcast about the Devil this week, that some of you might get a kick out of this.
Back in the early 1970's, the cast of the original Star Trek reunited to continue their characters' adventures in cartoon form. The problem is that no one…Continue
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Well, I just heard from a friend of mine that Tangled was a great Disney film and had pretty darn good musicals as well. For some reason (My mind is constantly guggling) I thought to myself “What other movies have really good animated musical moments” and that’s where this list came from. I will do 15 of my favorite animated musical numbers for reason A B and C. Why 15, BECAUSE I WANT TO THAT’S WHY! NOW LETSSS DOO THISS! HEAD TO THE CHO….sorry, lost focus. Lets begin……!
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Up until now, DC Comics and Warner Bros. has done a great job with their lineup of Direct-to-DVD animated films. From the epic-scale clash of Superman Doomsday to the anime anthology of Batman: Gotham Knight,
some of our most favorite and beloved comic book characters have been
given the chance to really shine in their truest and purest forms.
Stories that had never been told before or had been restricted…
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Ever since Justice League Animated Series ended, I needed something to fill the void of the DC universe. I've been watching all these recent DC animated features, from Justice League: New Frontier to Crisis on Two Earths. That being said, when i first heard they were going to tell such a dark story in…Continue
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There are few adversaries who hit home for the Caped Crusader as much as the duplicitous psychopath known as Two-Face. This fallen district attorney and friend of Bruce Wayne represents a casualty in
the heart of the Dark Knight, as he was one of the tortured souls that
Batman could not save and was the one who had all the potential to
further Batman’s goal of permanently cleaning up the corrupted city of
Gotham. Paired off…
I saw the trailers for this when it first came out and I will admit, it looked quite ridiculous, and it looked like a film that would only appeal to younger children. However, I decided to give it a shot after
I saw all the good reviews and its Golden Globe nomination for Best
Animated Film. After finally sitting down…
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