Tags : animation

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Isle Of Dogs

Funny, whimsical, heart-breaking, witty, sometimes problematic. That’s right, we’ve got a new Wes Anderson film. This time around Anderson revisits his love of stop-motion animation to bring us the tale of a young boy, his lost dogs and a pack of other dogs who make it their mission to reunite the pair and get into […]Read More

Quick Review: April and the Extraordinary World

Great Darwin! Thanks to GKIDS, April and the Extraordinary World is now playing in theaters. I saw it at Fantastic Fest and loved the old-school feel of it. They don’t make ’em like this anymore. (Not in Hollywood at least…) Off the radar and worth seeking out if you dig hand-drawn animation. My quick review […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Book Of Life

It is rare that an animated film can be layered with multiple worlds and keep the attention of both child and adult alike. The Book of Life succeeds at doing just that. It also has some of the most jaw dropping animation I’ve ever seen. I went in expecting a Tim Burton-esque styled story but […]Read More

Cartoons: How the Clone Wars and Tron: Uprising have raised

Cartoons. This word almost instantly makes the average adult think of Saturday mornings, when children would be crowded around a television set, bowl of cereal in hand and vegetative to the queries of the parents. For some of us fogies old enough to remember, Saturday was not only cartoon day, there were also the seemingly […]Read More