The darkest of the dark. Love, Death, and Robots is the offspring of an uncharted, darkest subgenre of the dark genre movies/series ever explored. The Photorealistic CG Animation used in this series is extremely well done and dangerously close to perfection that the professions of many live-action, actors are at stake.
The show is an absolute masterpiece, for its wild stories and amazing animation. Each story is beautifully crafted for the sole purpose of emotion, blood lust, and sometimes hilariousness and all-around brilliant series. This show stopper holds nothing back when it comes to showing us everything either through physical and even emotional, this show has no barriers and that is what makes it one of the best.
THE 20 MINUTES EPISODE WILL MAKE YOU GO WOW!!
Each episode of this over-the-top animated shorts anthology series varies wildly in tone, subject, and style. This helps keep your attention but makes it harder to pin down in comparison to other notable anthologies. From hyper-realistic neo cyberpunk pit fights to almost Pythonesque tales of sentient yogurt, each episode has at least something that stands out as remarkable.
As far as the animation goes, styles are just as varied. Some of the shorts seem to almost be cut scenes from video games like “ Fallout 4 “ or “Mass Effect “ while others have a more traditional feel akin to “Into the Spiderverse “ or “Avatar: The Last Airbender”.
An absolute masterpiece, the definition of “heaven “ for Science – Fiction and Fantasy Fans. It is basically like “Twilight Zone”, but much more contemporary and cutting edge. Each story has an interesting twist, and the series has 18 episodes with varying screen times as short as 6 minutes to as long as 17 minutes either in Computer Generated Imagery(CGI),2D Animation, Live Action, or a combination of all three.
The show is nothing like you have seen before. Every episode is a wild philosophical ride from beginning to end exploring three themes; love, death, or robots. You need to go into this with an open mind and probably a little bit high cause this show is strange. All of the episodes have completely different art and animation styles to them and are black mirror style episodes that are shorts that could be pilot episodes to their own individual shows. Every episode incorporates at least two of the themes of love, death, or robots or a combination of all three.