TV REVIEW | LOVE, DEATH & ROBOTS: VOL 2

With the first season being a massive hit, Love, Death & Robots makes it's return with a much anticipated second season. This anthology TV show is weird and wacky, bringing together a range of differently animated short films.



Written by Elliot Lines


AUTOMATED CUSTOMER SERVICE

A violent and quite brutal showing of an automated service gone completely rogue. The robot uprising starts here and this idea and animation style would make for a great more elaborated story.




ICE

A deadly race, not for the faint hearted. This beautifully animated depiction of such race bursts with neon coloured scenes, creating intensity from beginning to end.




POP SQUAD

Over population is dealt with in a horrendous way, but this shows the story of an officer facing his own conscience in the work that he has to carry out in this dystopian future.




SNOW IN THE DESERT

An albino human hybrid is hunted by paid killers, in this gory and action packed story where he is saved by a woman who has her own plan for him...and her own secrets.




THE TALL GRASS

A travellers curiosity gets him into a depth of trouble when being chased by alien like beings in amongst the grassy fields. Creating suspense and a wild chase to get back to the train that bought him there.




ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE

A kids worse nightmare. When trying to catch a glimpse at Santa, these two kids find something horrifying and unexpected, with the episode certainly showing this encounter in a horrifying way.




LIFE HUTCH

Awaiting rescue, this seemingly doomed pilot my survive crashing on a desolate planet. With the use of flash backs and present day, this shows the survival of this lone man.




THE DROWNED GIANT

An interesting look into what happens in this small town when a 200 ft giant washes up on the shore. Told from the view of a scientist, he documents the demise of this enormous being.