Sentient dairy products, werewolf soldiers, robots gone wild, garbage monsters, cyborg bounty hunters, alien spiders and blood-thirsty demons from hell – all converge in eighteen NSFW animated stories. Presented by Tim Miller & David Fincher.
Love, Death & Robots is an anthological series of short episodes between 5 and 15 minutes each, each using a different animation style to tell stories within the realms of sci-fi, fantasy, horror, and comedy. Despite a lot of fun, wacky premises in these episodes like the Hitler one, the trailer and overall tone of the collection as a whole feels just like The Animatrix, the anthological collection of animated shorts connected to the Matrix universe. Many of them are serious in tone, and some even include nudity and other sexual themes.
As such, the series perhaps fits best alongside something like Black Mirror, another anthological sci-fi series on Netflix, but Love, Death & Robots feels even less predictable.
Love, Death & Robots has a gang of cyborg thieves, cats fighting demons, and some superpowered soldiers. And there are 15 more episodes, each weirder than the last.
The shorts you just got a glimpse of span a host of genres, from science fiction and fantasy, to horror and comedy. But you also caught a variety of animation formats teased in that trailer, including traditional 2D to photo-real 3D CGI. The full list of shorts will cover a variety of adult topics including racism, government, war, free will, and human nature, whittled down from hundreds of authors and stories, many of which were discovered by Miller decades ago. Each 5-15 minute long segment was created by different teams of filmmakers from around the world, including animators from Hungary, France, Canada, and Korea among others.
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