2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Fo everyone who ever wished there was a TV show for fans of fast talking fast food married to an ultra hip Hip Hop soundtrack, Here's Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
Aqua Teen is [Adult Swim}'s longest running show for a reason. It's surreal, postmodern and strikes that delicate smart/dumb balance perfectly.
Although their meant to be a detective team, in reality they don't solve many crimes, as the show is two busy thinking up oddball situations for the equally bizarre characters to find themselves in.
The real masterstroke of the show is a having a white drinks cup who is a self-centred sociopathic narcissist as a central character. Master Shake is a stupid,… Read more
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I'm a big fan of Adult Swim on the TV so I've been picking up the animated series on DVD but this one is a little different.
10 minute's long, fast paced and deliberately amateurish, Each episode of Tim & Eric mixes the surreal aspects of the Mighty Boosh with the fast pace of US TV, to which is added an odd hybrid of geek chic and frat boy humour. As much about purile toliet humour as it is about Americanised Monty Pythonisms and weirdly uncomfortable exchanges between the two nerds who head up the show , the series emulates the channel hopping habits of it's intended audience with it's fast pace and a glitchy editing style, which fires the parodies of cheap Public Access TV,… Read more