Teams of wizards will fighting to protect landmarks from other teams of wizards, while also fighting enemies from the wizarding world such as dementors and Death Eaters.
The seventh generation of Pokémon has arrived in full force! But are Sun and Moon worthy of their record-breaking sales?
Strap in for 90 minutes of Lucario’s shrieking, shape-shifting cousin from the Unova region. It’s Zoroark: Master of Illusions on Pokémonth.
Transcending the confines of time and space, Ash comes face to face with God. Turns out he looks like a reindeer and sounds like a whiny, teenage anime protagonist.
Giant dragons, a parallel dimension, and a wisecracking hedgehog. Sounds like a Sonic game from the mid 2000s, but it’s actually another Pokémon movie. Pokémonth continues with Giratina and the Sky Warrior.
By popular demand, it’s the return of Pokémonth! Join Il Neige as he subjects himself—er, examines another batch of Pokémon movies, starting with Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea.
Accept the aura!! And by the Aura, I mean Pokemon’s newest poster boy. Seriously, this guy is freakin’ everywhere.
An adventure that’s truly out of this world. Psyche! It’s another freakin’ Pokémon movie.
Il Neige sure wishes he was watching a better movie… Nailed it!
Pokémon! In Venice! Mamma mia!
More like Pokemon Never, amirite? Huh? Huh?
For this third installment of Pokémonth, the Unknown spells adventure! And very disappointing box office receipts.
Pokémonth continues with a sequel so big, Warner Bros. couldn’t even wait a full year to take your money–I mean, bring it to you!
Il Neige kicks off Pokémonth, a month-long series of reviews looking back at the eight Pokémon movies dubbed by 4Kids! So grab your popcorn and a big bottle of Pokémon tears to wash it down!
Sofie covers a somewhat neglected subject here at the Agony Booth, and counts down her top ten favorite anime series.
It’s part 2 of Sofie’s cameo-filled two-part series about the original Pokémon series, this time featuring guest appearances by Il Neige and Sursum Ursa!
In this two-part series, Sofie takes a look at something that was a big part of her childhood. She’s not the only one, though. Her fellow reviewers Film Renegado, Solkir, and Mr. Mendo also have a thing or two to say about the original Pokémon series.
In Pokémon: The Movie 2000, AKA Pocket Monsters the Movie: Revelation Lugia, AKA Mirage Pokémon: Lugia’s Explosive Birth, AKA Herman Cain’s favorite film, Ash, Misty and the guy that isn’t Brock face their greatest challenge yet: the criticism of a recovering fan.