WORTH WATCHING

View All 3 Trailers for Netflix's 'Love, Death & Robots' Anthology Series

by
March 15, 2019
Source: YouTube

Love, Death & Robots

"Brace for impact!" Strap in and get ready. Netflix has unleashed a feast of 18 different "NSFW" sci-fi short films as part of an anthology series titled Love, Death & Robots (or also just Love Death + Robots). Produced by Tim Miller (of Blur Studio) and David Fincher, this series is a bit like "Black Mirror" meets "Heavy Metal", with different writers/directors taking on each short film. And each one is just as different as the next, presenting alternate histories, robots, aliens, werewolves, A.I., and much more. This project came out of nowhere - or at least they didn't announce it publicly in advance. And yet, it is already here! Netflix just released Love, Death & Robots (all 18 shorts) on their service today. If any of these look good, just open up and watch. The shorts range from 5 to 17 minutes in length, and were made by various studios, directors, and talent (full list on Wikipedia). As a big sci-fi geek, I cannot wait to watch these. They all look awesome.

Here's all three official trailers for Netflix's animated anthology Love, Death & Robots, from YouTube:

Love, Death & Robots Poster

Tales of love, tales of heartbreak, tales of inter-dimensional fornication all converge in 18 NSFW animated stories. Militarized werewolves, interstellar aliens, demons from hell and more are unleashed in 18 NSFW animated stories. High-tech thieves, immortal A.I., and sightseeing automatons - all compute in 18 NSFW animated stories. Netflix's Love, Death & Robots series is presented by filmmakers Tim Miller & David Fincher. Produced by Blur Studios. Featuring a total of 18 different animated short films written by: John Scalzi, Alastair Reynolds, Peter F. Hamilton, Joe R. Lansdale, and Tim Miller. And directed by filmmakers including: Alberto Mielgo, Franck Balson, Victor Maldonado and Alfredo Torres, Léon Bérelle, Dominique Boidin, Rémi Kozyra & Maxime Luère, Dave Wilson, Jon Yeo, and many others. Netflix is releasing Love, Death & Robots streaming exclusively worldwide starting March 15th. Start watching them now. Who's in?

Find more posts: Animation, Sci-Fi, Short Film, To Watch

6 Comments

1

That's my cut of tea.

tarek on Mar 15, 2019

2

...'cut of tea', tarek? Never heard that expression. Have heard of 'that's my cup of tea' though. Hmmmmmmm.....lol...

thespiritbo on Mar 15, 2019

3

Only through 9 of the 18 and I am impressed as hell for the first part

Jon Odishaw on Mar 15, 2019

4

Definitely worth the wait! Agree with the crits/disappointment about the 'soft porn' aspect of some of the episodes. That knocked the entire experience down a notch for me. Still some gorgeous work and interesting stories. Hoping Season 2 eliminates the misogyny & focuses on celebrating the artist, artform and their stories. That being said I think that 'Zima Blue' should be nominated for as many awards as possible. Just a beautiful allegory on life, ego, reflection and death. Favs (in order): Zima Blue Suits Sucker of Souls Alternate Histories Helping Hand Blind Spot Shape Shifters

Verithin on Mar 16, 2019

5

NICE.

DAVIDPD on Mar 17, 2019

6

It's literally on "My List". Can't wait!

THE_RAW_ on Mar 18, 2019

Sorry, new comments are no longer allowed.

FEATURED POSTS

POPULAR COMMENTS

LAST YEAR'S TOP 10

Alex's Top 10 - 2020
1. Nine Days
2. Berlin Alexanderplatz
3. Pixar's Soul
4. Pieces of a Woman
5. Feels Good Man
6. Another Round
7. The Truffle Hunters
8. Sound of Metal
9. Lovers Rock
10. Nomadland
Click Here for Thoughts

Adam's Top 10 - 2020
1. Spontaneous
2. Promising Y. Woman
3. Nomadland
4. The Vast of Night
5. Blow the Man Down
6. The Invisible Man
7. Minari
8. Possessor
9. Feels Good Man
10. Color Out of Space
Click Here for Thoughts

FOLLOW US HERE

Subscribe to our feed or daily newsletter:
Follow Alex's main profile on twitter:
For the latest posts only, follow this acct:

Add our updates to your Feedly: click here