Love, Death and Robots | KT Review

Did you watch this yet? Eighteen individual short episodes of amazing animations with very detailed anatomy. Love, Death and Robots is not for kids. But it’s definitely a fun watch for us grow’d ups. Animation allows creators and storytellers to do more than they can get away with in movies and TV shows, the blood isn’t real, the junk isn’t real, and the cats…well, look, all I’m saying is we have to be careful with the cats.

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Science fiction, comedy, horror, fantasy. Each episode takes on a different genre and presents a story to intrigue and delight. In all the different ways that can happen. From, well, love to death to robots -it does what it says on the tin.

Voiced by, amongst many others, Maurice LaMarche (Pinky and the Brain, Futurama), Henry Douthwaite (Off-Piste, Wuthering Heights), Matthew Yang King (24, Code Black), Helen Sadler (True Blood, NCIS), Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scot Pilgrim Vs the World, 10 Cloverfield Lane), Fred Tatasciore (Kung Fu Panda 2, Team America: World Police), Gary Anthony Williams (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, I Don’t Feel at Home in this World Anymore), and Chris Parnell (21 Jump Street, Walk Hard: The Dewy Cox Story).

Love, Death and Robots Review

Love, Death and Robots Review Conclusion

I would watch it again:- I would watch more. The variation, the stories, the beauty of it was intriguing. Sometimes you wondered what was real and what was animation, other times you just enjoyed the cats. Did I have favourite episodes? Yes, I most definitely did, the one about the yoghurt, the dog soldiers, and well, lots of them really. There’s no order but there’s something for everyone. An enjoyable series with impressive animation but lets never genetically engineer the cats, okay?

4.5 Stars

Crisps, soda, burgers. Who cares, this series is a quick watch and you’re not going to be thinking about what’s going in your mouth.