Love, Death & Robots: Volume 1 TV review - Aussieboyreviews
ARE ANY EPISODES OF LOVE, DEATH & ROBOTS AT A CHILD-FRIENDLY LEVEL?
Unfortunately not. This adult animation series of short science fiction stories is loaded with sex, nudity, language and gore. Love, Death & Robots also lacks entertaining episodes.
A collection of short animated stories that range between numerous genres including science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy.
Creator: Tim Miller
Cast: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Gary Cole, Chris Parnell, Omid Abtahi, John DiMaggio, Christine Adams, Josh Brener, Jill Talley, Hakeem Kae-Kazim
Release Date (Australia): 15 March 2019
Episodes: Sonnie’s Edge / Three Robots / The Witness / Suits / Sucker of Souls / When the Yoghurt Took Over / Beyond the Aquila Rift / Good Hunting / The Dump / Shape-Shifters / Helping Hand / Fish Night / Lucky 13 / Zima Blue / Blind Spot / Ice Age / Alternate Histories / The Secret War
Genre: Sci-Fi, Animation
CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)
The series features several science fiction elements, intense scenes and a sense of threat and peril.
There is strong animated violence in the form of people and creatures being shot, beaten and ripped apart. There are also accompanying depictions of gory blood sprays and detail.
The series contains use of the word “c**t”, as well as frequently aggressive use of the word “f**k”.
There are several scenes of animated nudity in the form of full frontal female nudity, breasts nudity and infrequent buttocks nudity.
There are infrequent strong animated sex scenes in which thrusting and moaning are graphically depicted.
Aussie boy's thoughts
This over-the-top series of unique animated shorts will likely appeal to most science fiction fans who also enjoy some laughs and several tales. However, most of the episodes are slow and boring. There’s also way to much unnecessary mature content and the stories aren’t that interesting.
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