Directed by Various
Written by Various
Cast: Spike & Mike

2004/60 mins/Color/Dolby Stereo
1.33:1/Various/English/NTSC Region 1

Review from the Sony Music Entertainment DVD

Spike and Mike are back with another crazy collection of animation short films from around the world. Eighteen adult cartoons are presented on this DVD. Most of them are funny but somes are just weird or simply not my cup of tea. For me the highlights of this collection was PROPER URINAL ETIQUETTE and REFRIGERATOR ART... scary how truthful these segments were! Here's the complete list of what you will find on this collection:

Refrigerator Art: My Family - Michael Dougherty
Quack Off – Justin Wright
Hippie Juice - Chris Crossland & Ryan Reznick
The Legend of Raggot - Sean Scott
Grimm’s Humpty Dumpty - Ryan Montrucchio
Beat The Brat - Mad Dog Films
Rip Wack - Josh Prikeyl
Stinky Monkey - David Lipson
Pornoless - Martin Georgiev
Proper Urinal Etiquette - Kurt Nellis
Schindler’s Fist - Robert Clark & Dave Zbringer
Love That Pussy - DNA Studio
Le Trésor Du Têtard Salé (Treasure of the Salted Tadpole) - La Poudrière
Happy Tree Friends: Milkin’ It - Mondo Media
Boris The Dog - Mad Dog Films
My First Boner - Patrick C. Mallek/Might Fudge Studios
Rez-erection - Peter Kim
Here Comes Dr. Tran - Breehn Burns

Since its debut, the Spike & Mike Sick & Twisted Festival of Animation has played in lots of cities even as a prelude to rock concerts and has showcase movies from Tim Burton, Pixar's John Lasseter and Nick Park the creator of Wallace & Gromit. SOUTH PARK and BEAVIS AND BUTTHEAD even had they debuted at that festival. Unfortunately at only sixthy minutes this ends all too fast... I was left starving for more.

The image is presented in a full frame format of 1.33:1. The quality of the image depends of the shorts, some are great while other look very poor. The stereo track sounds good but nothing spectacular here. No subtitles are available. We also get a 13 minutes featurette on the making of HERE COMES DR. TAN. The disc is separated in 20 chapters, comes in a keep case with no booklet or inlay card and features static menus.





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Review by Kim Dubuisson. All Right Reserved. 2005. ©