Welcome back to Stalks’ Trick O’ Treats. For this segment, Horror Anime is the hot topic. Controversial, artistic and if you ask the wrong person, they would say it’s a dying media. Fortunately, that is not the case since Anime is still thriving thanks to streaming services like... Read more
There’s a lot more than meets the eye in the latest film from Disney Animation Studios.
The birds will appear not-so-suddenly in May, 2016
What does the success of Batman The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, and Justice League Unlimited have in common? They all can be attributed to the talents and contributions of character designer, animator, and producer Bruce Timm. After a two year hiatus from Warner Brothers Animation (Timm had stepped... Read more
Why choose Devilman for this segment? Well, with a concept such as this, it’s quite obvious isn’t it? A boy transformed into a superhero demon to fight other demons reeks of blasphemy, ergo controversial. 2015 marks the 25th Anniversary of the more popular OVA of the Devilman saga; Siren the... Read more
Welcome to yet another installment of Anime Amok in which Stalks here, endures the chaos from watching these insane and very controversial Anime shows and OVAs.
Welcome to yet another chapter of Anime Amok in which I unearth the most controversial Anime OVAs, films and TV series of yesteryear. In this segment, I’m going with Violence Jack.
Welcome to yet another “episode” of Anime (gone) Amok in which I provide a brief retrospect of the most controversial Anime (Original Video Animations) I have ever seen. My pick of the litter for this segment, is Mad Bull 34 originally based on a Shueisha’s Young Jump Manga. It... Read more
Anime Amok: Angel Cop; Blood, Bullets and Bionics! Stalkeye reviews the ultraviolent and offensive anime miniseries from 1989.
A fun, energetic and faithful revival of the beloved stone age family, sticking closely to the style and feel of the 1960’s television show.” – Mathias Folsted.
“As fresh and inventive as it was when it first came out, “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” is a timeless example of immense artistry, good storytelling, and wide-reaching appeal.” – Mathias Folsted.
Originally published on September 22, 2013 at 11:11 am When I wrote about American Pop I said it was one of those movies I couldn’t be objective about. Wizards is another. There is plenty wrong with it, but it still manages to capture my imagination, and at times... Read more
Originally published on September 17, 2013 at 6:00 am 1975 saw the release of Jaws, Barry Lyndon, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and Dog Day Afternoon. It also saw the release of Ralph Bakshi’s Coonskin. Before I talk about COONSKIN, let me... Read more
I’ll say this up front; I love this movie as much as I love pizza. And I freaking love pizza. AMERICAN POP is simply one of those movies I cannot be objective about. I first saw AP on HBO in perpetual showings, and from the first viewing I was... Read more
Airdate: 25-August-2014 In this episode, the guys are joined again by animation historian Ernest Rister as they discuss the 3 Worst Animation films they have each seen. In the last ever Best of the Week segment (don’t worry, it’s just being renamed), the guys chat about Inherent Vice pics,... Read more
Airdate: 12-May-2014 In this episode, the guys are joined by Ernest Rister as they discuss their Top 5 Favorite Animated films. In the Best of the Week segment they cover the Dawn of the Planet of the Apes trailer, celebrity encounters and the new Godzilla movie. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/SUK/19_SUK_39.mp3Podcast: Play in... Read more