Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell

Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell
Voice Director: Jamie Simone

US Home Media: Oct 21, 2016

Popularity: 1,664th All Time, 121st This Week

Franchise: Hulk
Characters on BTVA: 26
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EPA Deane
said at 2:54 AM on Sat Jun 10 2017
 2 Shout Outs!
Nice to see Chiara Zanni working with A Mostly LA Based Voice Cast.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 2:05 PM on Tue Nov 1 2016
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I really enjoyed this, it was like a great episode of SMASH or AA.
Could have been better in some spots but overall an enjoyable film. I like this team of Howling Commandos than the ones with Blade.
I'd give it a 7/10
Troodon2
said at 4:26 PM on Mon Oct 31 2016
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As a more recent Marvel animated film, it was alright for the most part. It's the second half of the film that shows it's true potential, though not exactly in the same league as, The Batman vs Dracula. I'm not asking for too much from them, but I do feel they still could have done better in some spots.

Again the animation for the most part is not very impressive, although the coloring and character designs did seem more remnant to some of Phil Bourassa's work like Young Justice or the CW Vixen short series.

As for the voice work, Fred Tatasciore is spot on as always as the big green goliath, though I'm afraid I can't say the same for Liam O'Brien as Doctor Strange, which is a fine casting choice but the direction they went with him felt rather dull.

The other voice actors for the Commandos and the teens did fine with what they were given, it's nice to hear new talent fill in like Edward Basco as Warwolf for example; though I can't help but feel Matthew Waterson tried a bit too much to be more like Troy Baker's impersonation of Mark Hamill's Joker.

The musical score tends to vary between casual AA music, to something more original and more akin to orchestral themes from the DC Animated movies. The latter I would very much have preferred rather than this inconsistent track.

I' not surprised it's not as "adult" as they promised, but it would have been nice for them to push the envelope and at least try and have plot writing, again closer to something from DC.

Maybe if they had a bigger budget, they could add more fluidity and expression to the character animation and not just rely on cheap camera pans.

As for scares... well they did have plenty of scary ideas (like the implement to the death of a background character through the method of conveying splashing soup at the screen in place of blood) but for the most part at least they didn't actually come of as scary per say, even for something child friendly.

Overall, this film is just average at best. 5/10.
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