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.


28th of March, 2015
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Steven Universe

Mr. Coat explores one of the newest animated shows to come out of Cartoon Network, featuring magical Crystal Gems and topics not often explored in animated family shows.


27th of March, 2015
Some Jerk With A Camera: Back to the Future The Ride - Part I

Some Jerk With A Camera returns and finally sets foot in Universal Studios Hollywood to take on one of the most fondly remembered rides of all time.


25th of March, 2015
The Animated Heroine: My Top 15 Favourite Animated Shows (Part 1)

After a couple months of inaction, The Animated Heroine starts the new year with a countdown of her favorite animated shows.


24th of March, 2015
Pan-Pizza: Fastest TV Cancellation Ever?

Clerks Animated? Firefly? Here is the real shortest TV show ever: Channel 9 Network's Australia's Naughtiest Home Videos, which didn't even make it through its first airing.


24th of March, 2015
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Worst Movies of 2014

In this list, Mr. Coat rounds down the movies that least impressed him last year, including unfunny sequels and a not-so-animated return to the Land of Oz.


21st of March, 2015
Cartoon Palooza: Should Disney Make More Sequels?

Another editorial where Joey asks if Disney (not Pixar) Animated Sequels are necessary?


20th of March, 2015
Animation Lookback: The Best of Stop-Motion - Modern Films

Some of you may not know much about the animated features from last time, but I'm sure your memories are still fresh about more recent stop motion films like Fantastic Mr. Fox, ParaNorman and The Boxtrolls.


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.


14th of March, 2015
That Show: THAT SHOW + DOGGANS = KMART

Ryan Hipp and Dave Doggans Dave dick around at The K...Mart! The Cross-Over Event of the Year.


14th of March, 2015
Vaulting: CineVlog - Cinderella

Does the new live-action Disney take do justice? Watch as Morgan sees if the glass slipper fits for this one. Also, the new Frozen short is discussed.


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?


27th of February, 2015
Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews: Cats Don't Dance

To kick things off for season 8, Hewy reviews another underrated animated film from the 90s, which happens to take place in the Golden Age of Hollywood, and is a love letter to the big budget musicals of that era: Cats Don't Dance.


24th of February, 2015
Tud Sense: Seeking Help - Little Rascals Save the Day

Jaimetud answers a particularly distressing comment to the best of his ability and not to get everyone too down, follows it up with a look at some Direct-To-Video Little Rascals fare.


19th of February, 2015
Graphic Novel Picture Show: Countdown to Secret Wars

Sybil explains why you shouldn't worry about Marvel's upcoming reboot and describes a world where everyone is Howard the Duck.


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.


12th of December, 2014
DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Wu Xia (Dragon)

On this episode, our host reviews the 2011 Chinese martial arts action film, Wu Xia, known as Dragon in the United States, which is a very loose retelling of David Cronenberg's A History of Violence.


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?

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