In this action-comedy, a boy takes advantage of most of the women in his life, but especially his demon girlfriend, who kills other demons to make him money.
In this crime drama, an egg and pork chop are cops looking for justice since there is a murderer killing eggs by the dozen.
“More Than I Remember” presents a less palatable version of why people immigrate, in animated form, but is no less a story to behold.
In a seemingly post-apocalyptic world, the surface has soldiers who may kill people, and shadows have monsters. Let’s see if this group can get to their destination alive.
In this silly horror short, two girls questions if the man who seemingly wants to kill them might be cute under his mask?
It’s initiation night for the Bumblebees, and bets are on whether the new recruit can do what’s required.
While the tone and vibe are a bit corny, it’s easy to get sucked in by the leads’ chemistry and their different perspectives as hunters.
“Love Death + Robots” Volume III may not have the same story diversity as past volumes, but it is still a fun time for those who love animation.
Obi-Wan Kenobi seems to desire to fill in the gaps the movies don’t cover and give you an idea of Leia’s childhood since Luke’s is already well known.
9-1-1 is more of the same, as it delivers daring rescues and a slew of forgettable guest stars. However, more than ever, there is the vibe it wants you to see everyone get their moment in the sun with dedicated episodes.