So, things are little bit hectic right now, and YouTube has been giving me a bit of hassle lately. I seem to have been losing subscribers since my last stream on my main channel, with a very big loss on my last Animated Atrocities upload, which is worrying, especially because any theory that I've had towards the numbers doesn't fit all of the evidence. (If people were getting sick of me talking about Growing Around stuff, then I should have had a positive turnaround when I uploaded an Animated Atrocities video). Add to that that like every single video this year has been copyright claimed, and let's just say that things have been discouraging as of late.
Other than that, I'm trying to stay optimistic, although the hot summer is making that a little bit difficult. But, some stuff that's coming up I guess. Most importantly is my Animated Atrocity review - with the upcoming Rugrats reboot, it's time to tackle Angelica and Suzie Preschool Daze, that show there that lasted four episodes. The Eddsworld Admirable is still planned. It's just a little bit more complicated than I originally planned it to be.
In other news, it seems my latest poll has turned towards people being interested in me reviewing the 2009 live action kids' film Opposite Day. This is something that I've actually wanted to do for awhile - not just reviewing this specific movie, but live action family movies for awhile. Because well, bad live action kids' films... are insane, if Re-Animated didn't tip you off to it. They are some of the most bonkers shit you have ever seen, which usually make for great reviews.
I've for the longest time wanted to start a new review show where I tackle these kind of movies; things like Imagine That or Spy Kids 4. Don't worry though. It's not going to replace admirables or atrocities. In fact, I'm going to get a new editor for this series.
So... why Opposite Day. Well, the movie is about the roles of kids and adults becoming reversed. And... it does it very, very bad. Also it has CGI birds that kind of give Birdemic a run for its money.