Category: Agonizer

The Agonizer is for all posts that don’t fit in any other category, including comic book reviews, book reports, editorials, rants, and more!

VIDEO: Legacy Hunting: Lord of the Rings

This time on Legacy Hunting, it's J.R.R. Tolkien's renowned fantasy epic The Lord of the Rings, later turned into an animated feature by Ralph Bakshi, and of course, also turned into one of the most epic fantasy trilogies ever, by director Peter Jackson.

VIDEO: Top 5 (Viewer-Voted) Animated Theme Songs

Here's Joey's latest countdown, in which he selected ten of his favorite cartoon theme songs and had members of a couple of forums vote on them. The five with the most votes made the cut (with Joey breaking any ties himself), including TaleSpin, The Powerpuff Girls, and more!

VIDEO: Legacy Hunting: Tintin

In Legacy Hunting, Sofie is not just reviewing one movie, but exploring the legacy left behind by an important franchise. This time around, she looks at Tintin, the series of comic books about a young reporter and his dog, created by Belgian artist Hergé.

VIDEO: Enter the Matrix

It's the Agony Booth's very first video game review! Roland walks through the PC version of Enter the Matrix, a game released on the same day as Matrix Reloaded, featuring over an hour of original footage directed by the Wachowski Br--er, the Wachowskis.

VIDEO: Sofie's Journey to a Fantastic World

This time, Sofie tries something different, as she analyzes the patterns and formulas used in fantasy movies, singing the praises of some big time classics as well as newer blockbuster hits, including Pan's Labyrinth, Chronicles of Narnia, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Avatar, Phantom of the Opera, Labyrinth, and even Twilight!

VIDEO: Stuff You Like vs. the Disney Princesses

In this episode of Stuff You Like, Sursum Ursa decries the marketing machine of the Evil Empire (AKA Disney), and their ongoing efforts to sell a crapload of glittery pink and purple merchandise to impressionable little girls by convincing them to want nothing more than to be princesses like Aurora and Ariel.