Welcome to the official website of Mr. Coat, where you can watch all of his episodes along with other hit web-series like Vaulting, Jaimetud, Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews, The DVD Shelf, Animation Lookback and many more.
27th of June, 2015 Update! Based on people having problems commenting, the comments section has been switched to Disqus, which should make things easier. Most of the video pages still use the original comments section, but from now on, we'll use Disqus for the comments.
4th of July, 2015
Mr. Coat: What is the Auteur Theory?
Mr. Coat explains the Auteur Theory, which supports the idea that the director is the principal author of any movie, whether they're Steven Spielberg, Joss Whedon or even Raja Gosnell.
6th of July, 2015
Vaulting: CineVlog - Terminator Genisys
The new entry to a long dead franchise is out and about. Is it worth seeing or is it better to terminate as a rental? Watch and find out.
5th of July, 2015
Vaulting: CineVlog - Inside Out
Time to praise Pixar as Morgan looks at the lasted animated hit about emotions and growing up.
3rd of July, 2015
AniMat's Classic Reviews: Team America: World Police
When the world is in trouble and terrorists run amock, the only thing that can save us now is a bunch of stringed up puppets and the sick and twisted sense of humor of the guys that made South Park
...won’t that just make things worse?
30th of June, 2015
Pan-Pizza: Captain Planet Episode Review
. He's a hero...against over-population, apparently. And Pan-Pizza is mystified.
27th of June, 2015
Cartoon Palooza: Butthurt Anime Fan
Joey reviews a College Humor short poking fun at anime fanboys? Let's see how that goes!
26th of June, 2015
That Show: HeroesCon 2015
Even MOAR Charlotte Convention Tymz! Featuring The Great Crossover Cameo with "WEIRD AL" YANKOVIC!
26th of June, 2015
Some Jerk With A Camera: Shrek 4D - Part 1
Some Jerk With A Camera asks the question "Wait, Shrek still has a ride? Really?! SHREK?!?"
17th of June, 2015
Tud Sense: Keeping Friendships - Inspector Gadget
In this episode, Jaimetud gives advice for young people on the autistic spectrum about how to keep friends and takes a look at Netflix's all new Inspector Gadget
30th of May, 2015
Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews: The Top 9 Pink Panther Intros
In today's episode, join Hewy along with special guest star Mr. Coat as they take a look at the Top 9 Intros of one of the greatest comedy movie series in film history: The Pink Panther
14th of May, 2015
Graphic Novel Picture Show: Joker Christ Superstar
People are freaking out about the Suicide Squad movie and its depiction of the characters, and as usual, Sybil has all of the answers.
13th of May, 2015
Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Best Animated Disney Songs!
Mr. Coat decides to revisit and update his very first list, counting down the best songs from the House of Mouse. What songs remained and which new ones from the past five years managed to find a place?
7th of April, 2015
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Brotherhood of the Wolf
Andy reviews the 2001 French action/horror film Brotherhood of the Wolf
and discusses the real-life series of 18th century killings that inspired the story of this historical thriller.
16th of March, 2015
Mr. Coat: The 4th Annual Mr. Coat Contributor Awards!
For the fourth year in a row, experience the Internet awards show to see who won and what awesome opening sketch Jaimetud and Morgan have cooked up.
8th of March, 2015
VG Bros: The Last Game
Dan Sonic Guru unexpectedly comes back from the US to play games with the guys, including VG Retro. So nothing much has changed, has it?
19th of January, 2015
The DVD Shelf: Good Morning Vietnam
In paying tribute to the late, great Robin Williams, David Rose will focus on one of his favorite starring roles - the 1987 comedic war drama, Good Morning Vietnam
23rd of December, 2014
South Jersey Sam: Top 13 Christmas Songs
It's the Holiday season and South Jersey Sam is bringing in the yuletide cheer with these select Christmas songs.
29th of November, 2014
Sonicguru: DLC Quest
What if DLC goes too far? What if we have to pay for basic game mechanics? Can't be any worse than Always-Online DRM, right?