‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Final Season Episode 6 Review – Old Schemes From A Fresh View

The final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars has now reached its midpoint. Many will find this insane to comprehend considering the show's long journey to revival.  Episode 6 titled "Deal No Deal" rightfully kicks up the pace. The season so far has been far from disappointing, but one can finally feel some sort…

‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Final Season Episode 4 Review – The Bad Batch Take A Bow

The final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars wraps its first story arc with "Unfinished Business". The fourth episode serves as a wave goodbye to the Bad Batch- the clone squad that has taken the Star Wars fandom by storm. This in itself is not a spoiler, the season only has 8 episodes left.…

‘Onward’ Review – Heartwarming Brotherly Love Makes Up for the Rest

Fantasy has seen a massive resurgence in the past decade thanks to popular series like Game of Thrones and The Witcher, as well as the modern rise of Dungeons and Dragons. Set within rich realms of wizards, dragons, and adventure- it seems obvious that Disney, with their own distinct brand of magic, would want to…

Op-Ed: There Would Be No ‘Clone Wars’ Revival Without Kathleen Kennedy

Since Disney's acquisition of Lucasfilm, the Star Wars franchise has been nothing short of controversial. Despite strong divisiveness within the never-ending abyss that is the fandom, Lucasfilm has mostly seen great success. It would be naive to say otherwise when box office records are being broken one after the other with the Star Wars media…

‘Bojack Horseman’ Season 6 Part 2 Review – A Beautifully Bittersweet End

The following is spoiler-free: After six seasons of genre and era-defining work, the story of Bojack Horseman is finally coming to a close. On January 31st, Netflix released part two of the final season and with it one of the truest and most fitting endings to a show in a very long time. The finale…

‘Frozen II’ Review – Bold, Bloated, and Beautiful

Proper theatrical sequels to Disney animated films are a very rare thing. Not counting Pixar, the only animated sequels that Disney has given a wide release are The Rescuers Down Under, Return to Never Land, The Jungle Book 2, and Ralph Breaks the Internet. Frozen II is the fifth one to be added to this exclusive…

‘Klaus’ Review – This New Holiday Classic is a Beautiful Comeback for Traditional Animation

We have a brand new holiday classic on our hands. Klaus, the directorial debut of animator and writer Sergio Pablos, is a welcome return to the holiday season's magical feelings of warmth and wonder. It is also the triumphant return of beautiful and traditional 2-D animation for a feature film, meticulously done by Pablo’s own…

‘Lady and the Tramp’ Review – Is this what we Should Expect from Disney Plus?

This may sound ridiculous nowadays but Disney used to be a company that took risks. So much of their filmography have been gambles: the avant-garde fusion of classical music and animation in Fantasia, the groundbreaking effects of combining live-action and backlit animation in Tron, or the more mature and interesting deviations from usual formula like The Hunchback…

Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus Feels Like the Series Never Left

Invader Zim has endured for nearly sixteen years after it was abruptly yanked off the air by Nickelodeon, existing as a beloved cult classic in the minds of many. Its twisted and manic art style, character designs, and sense of humor was an instant hook for audiences, but due to its sudden cancellation (airing only a…

The Best Episodes of Invader Zim

Invader Zim has always been a unique kind of phenomenon. Upon its release in 2001, the show immediately set itself apart from everything else airing on television at the time; its bizarre sense of humor, dark subject matter, and deranged animation and art style all led to high praise from critics and audiences alike. The series…