When The Yogurt Took Over is a bit of an anomaly since it doesn’t feature love, robots, and arguably no death. So, is it good?
Sucker of Souls is quite gory and a tad bit comical. However, it is towards the bottom of the Love, Death & Robots ranking.
Cartoon graphics mix with life or death situations creating moments that make you hold your breath in Suits.
In The Witness, we get what feels like a pitch to a much more complicated movie.
Three Robots is a quirky short which ends just before it could perhaps go left and overstay its welcome.
Sonnie’s Edge, thanks to its protagonist, the monster fights, and what background we get, makes you clamor for more.
Five Feet Apart not only delivers the expected tears but the kind of performances which legitimize the YA genre beyond predecessors.
Madonna and the Breakfast Club takes a rarely seen approach to fleshing out a icons career in the best way.