The main series on the site, Mr. Coat waxes nostalgic about either the old or the new parts of popular culture, whether it be classic animation, great film directors or what he had for lunch.

Mr. Coat (Season 14):


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at Popeye: The Movie

Mr. Coat reviews the infamous live-action Popeye movie, starring Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall, and explores why Robert Altman was the wrong director for it.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Garfield

Mr. Coat celebrates Jim Davis's iconic Monday hating, lasagna loving comic cat Garfield, who has been voiced by the likes of Lorenzo Music and Bill Murray over the years.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

Mr. Coat revisited the Star Wars prequels and felt that Revenge of the Sith was worthy of defending, especially for George Lucas's beautiful direction.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Best Post-Revival Futurama Episodes

Mr. Coat finally watches the Comedy Central years of Matt Groening's Futurama and tells you which episodes either made him laugh the hardest or warmed his heart.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: The Best of Seth MacFarlane

Mr. Coat praises Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane's best qualities, especially his musical abilities and why he is one of today's best songwriters. Yes, really.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: Oscar Predictions 2016

Mr. Coat tries to predict this year's Oscar winners. How many trophies will La La Land snag? Will Zootopia or Kubo and the Two Strings win Best Animated Feature?


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: The Top 8 Biggest Oscar Misconceptions!

Mr. Coat looks at some of the mistakes people make, when criticising the Academy Awards. People so often look at their faults, so how about a refresher course on what the Oscars are really about?


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to The LEGO Movie

Mr. Coat celebrates the three year anniversary of The LEGO Movie, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller's wonderful and hilarious ode to the greatest toy brand of all-time!


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Disney's House of Mouse

Mr. Coat reviews the Disney cross-over series that preceded Kingdom Hearts with Mickey Mouse and friends managing a family friendly night club.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: Why Chamber of Secrets is the Best Harry Potter Movie

Mr. Coat explains why Chris Columbus's adaptation of J.K. Rowling's second Harry Potter book is his favourite in the series and an exciting throwback in its own right.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Tony the Tiger

Mr. Coat explores the history of cereal mascot Tony the Tiger (as originally voiced by Thurl Ravenscroft) from family man to athletic motivator to couch potato.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: Movie Studio Box-Office Report Card 2016

Mr. Coat evaluates how each major movie studio performed at the box-office last year, including their animated hits, superhero smashes and embarrassing flops.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to The Shining

Mr. Coat celebrate the cold winter months by seeing why Stephen King's story of a family stuck inside a hotel still creeps us out.

Mr. Coat (Season 13):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: The Top 12 Best Animated Movies of 2016

Mr. Coat celebrates the cream of the crop of this fantastic year of animation, ranging from big-budget Disney titles to small independent French delights.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: The Top 7 Worst Animated Movies of 2016

Mr. Coat remembers some of the lesser points of this year's crop of animated features, which include snow fights, video game characters and the fifth chapter in a frigid franchise.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: Is Michael Bay Really the Worst Movie Director?

Mr. Coat discusses the pros and cons of Michael Bay's films. Yes, even the ones with the giant fighting transforming robots.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: Which is Worse? Junior or Baby's Day Out?

Mr. Coat tries to understand Hollywood's baby fascination in 1994 by comparing Ivan Reitman's ill-advised pregnancy comedy and a slapstick adventure penned by John Hughes.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Enchanted

Mr. Coat sings the praises of Enchanted, Kevin Lima's tribute to Disney history, featuring a brilliant performance from Amy Adams and amazing songs by Alan Menken.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Mystery Science Theater 3000

Mr. Coat gives a brief overview of Joel Hodgson and Mike Nelson's cult series about riffing movies, its influence and his opinion of it, which may surprise you.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Tim Burton

Mr. Coat explores what makes the work of Tim Burton so fascinating and imaginative and wonders why he's undeservingly stereotyped as a one-trick pony only capable of adapting other works.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown

Mr. Coat reviews the 1984 Peanuts special that brought Charlie Brown and Snoopy into the 1980s, leg warmers and all.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Star Trek: The Animated Series

Mr. Coat gives praise to Filmation's cheaply animated adventures of the Starship Enterprise, which might be the greatest Saturday morning cartoon of the 1970's.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of David Lynch's Dune

Mr. Coat looks at David Lynch's ambitious attempt at adapting Frank Herbert's dense science-fiction classic Dune into a major motion picture and analyses why critics hated it in 1984.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Clue: The Movie

Mr. Coat reviews the most famous board game adaptation Clue, with Jonathan Lynn and John Landis expertly turning the murder mystery concept into a classic screwball comedy.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to The Magic School Bus

Mr. Coat looks back fondly at the classic Scholastic animated series about Ms Frizzle's adventures with her class and why The Magic School Bus was such a pivotal part of our education.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Mr. Magoo

Mr. Coat explores the history of UPA's near-sighted cartoon icon Mr. Magoo, from McCarthy caricature to star of Christmas Carol to being played by Leslie Nielson.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to the Six Major Hollywood Studios

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the most prominent Hollywood studios and thanks them for the joy and wonderful entertainment they've brought us over the years.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Yeoman Janice Rand (Star Trek)

Mr. Coat pays tribute to one of the most underrated Star Trek characters, Yeoman and later communications officer Janice Rand and also explains why she didn't appear as much as she should have.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Names You Recognise in the Toy Story Credits

Mr. Coat celebrate the talents who helped bring the Pixar classic Toy Story to life behind the scenes, from animators to character designers to even producers and writers.


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: Which is Worse? Scooby-Doo or Kangaroo Jack?

Mr. Coat compares two Warner Brothers productions that began life as PG-13 projects before being watered down for the family audience.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Mickey Mouse

Mr. Coat celebrates the highlights of Mickey Mouse's career and how The Walt Disney Company continues to successfully use him today.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite M*A*S*H Episodes

Mr. Coat names his favourite episodes of the beloved Korean War sitcom, going in chronological order rather than numerical.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Bunnicula the Vampire Rabbit

Mr. Coat sees the origin of Deborah and James Howe's beloved vampire rabbit Bunnicula and his later animated adventures.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: Hollywood's Confused Geography - South America

Mr. Coat sees where Hollywood messed up with the geography of South America, specifically their odd shifting of the Iguazu Falls and the Amazon Rainforest.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: The History of Harley Quinn

Mr. Coat gives a brief breakdown of beloved DC villain Harley Quinn's legacy in animation and comics, just in time for her big screen debut in Suicide Squad.

Mr. Coat (Season 12):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Invasion of the Body Snatchers

Mr. Coat remembers the various incarnations of those body-stealing pod people: the classic, the one with Donald Sutherland, the film on the military base and the version with help from the Wachowskis.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Brad Bird's Tomorrowland

Mr. Coat defends Brad Bird's divisive science-fiction adventure Tomorrowland and explains why its themes of optimism had such a personal impact on him.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Ewok Adventures Movies

Mr. Coat reviews the forgotten movies of the Star Wars universe, Caravan of Courage and The Battle for Endor, featuring those rapscallion Ewoks.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Rio Songs

Mr. Coat counts down his favourite tunes from Blue Sky and director Carlos Saldanha's colourful and energetic postcard to his hometown of Rio de Janeiro.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Ferris Bueller: The TV Series

Mr. Coat celebrates the 30th anniversary of John Hughes's beloved comedy classic...by reviewing the short-lived 13 episode television series and seeing if it deserved its fate.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: Why the Misunderstanding is the Worst Movie Cliche

Mr. Coat expands on why the misunderstanding is the most eye-rolling story device, including its variants.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: Which is Worse? Chicken Little or Shark Tale?

Mr. Coat compares products of two famed animation studios at their lowest point: Disney's modern fable Chicken Little and DreamWorks's celebrity-filled Shark Tale.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Gotham Season 1

Mr. Coat reviews the premiere season of the Batman prequel series Gotham, featuring a rookie detective Jim Gordon and pre-teen Batman and Catwoman.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Screenwriters

Mr. Coat explores what writing credits really mean, why certain screenwriters are hired and who deserves the blame for a disappointing movie.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: The 400th Episode!

Mr. Coat, in this special anniversary episode, finds himself in the highest court for daring to commit the ultimate crime: having an opinion.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: Why Disney Should Make a Live-Action Kim Possible Movie

Mr. Coat explains why of all of Disney's animated properties, Kim Possible makes the most sense to turn into a live-action film franchise.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Super Size Me

Mr. Coat revisits Morgan Spurlock's landmark documentary about McDonald's and the fast food industry, before embarking on a trip to the Golden Arches himself.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Tarzan

Mr. Coat looks at the creation and the notable screen incarnations of Edgar Rice Burroughs's legendary Lord of the Apes Tarzan.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Donald in Mathmagic Land

Mr. Coat talks about the classic educational Donald Duck short that would propel Disney into classrooms worldwide.


Bonus Episode:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Sonic the Hedgehog Cartoons

Mr. Coat revisits the animated series starring Sonic the Hedgehog from yesteryear and also provides his thoughts on his newest show Sonic Boom.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Speed Racer

Mr. Coat looks into why Lilly and Lana Wachowski's live-action adaptation of the beloved anime Speed Racer is developing a deserved cult following.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to the Films of Cao Hamburger

Mr. Coat discusses the career of an underappreciated filmmaker, who has jumped from animated shorts to fantasy adventures to historical dramas.


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: The Rise of Modern Brazilian Cinema

Mr. Coat explains why the best non-English speaking films in the world come out of Brazil and why they breed some of the most talented directors.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: Which is Worse? Jem and the Holograms or The Country Bears?

Mr. Coat compares two cliched musicals based on the most unexpected and outrageous of source materials to see which of them was more tone-deaf.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourie Live-Action Disney Films

Mr. Coat counts down his personal favourite films from Disney's non-animated output, which include classics from Walt's day and modern sci-fi adventures.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: Oscar Predictions 2015

Mr. Coat provides his annual predictions for this year's Oscar race. Will it be a lovely day for Mad Max: Fury Road? Will Sylvester Stallone finally go the distance and win an Oscar?


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: The Most Surprising Oscar Nominated Movies

Mr. Coat reveals films that got the Academy's attention that may surprise many, including raunchy Eddie Murphy comedies and movies starring creepy fish.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: The Early History of Blue Sky Studios

Mr. Coat explores the humble beginnings of the East Coast animation studio founded by Chris Wedge and its notable contributions in its early years.

Mr. Coat (Season 11):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - The Minions

Mr. Coat looks at why those funny gibberish-speaking Twinkies from the Despicable Me series have proven so popular in their plan for world domination.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at Rollerball

Mr. Coat finally watches the iconic science-fiction film Rollerball, only to find out it doesn't hold up. And the 2002 version is even worse.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: The Best and Worst Animated Features of 2015

Mr. Coat does a twist on his annual animated feature retrospective by counting down the disappointments and the highlights, including the big movies of Pixar and international delights from France.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Walt Kelly's Pogo

Mr. Coat remembers Pogo, the brainchild of a former Disney animator and one of the most influential (and certainly one of the most political) comic strips that deserves more attention.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: My Top 5 Favourite Modern Disney Animated Films

Mr. Coat counts down the crown jewels of the current Disney animated empire, looking at their place in the studio's history and why they're so magical and charming.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: Which is Worse? Son of the Mask or The Cat in the Hat?

Mr. Coat answers the question that was asked by nobody. Which of these confused family films is the most insufferable? The Jim Carrey-less sequel or the Dr Seuss insult?


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Luke Skywalker

Mr. Coat celebrates the release of the new Star Wars movie by going over the abridged history of its central protagonist, the young Jedi Master Luke Skywalker.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey

Mr. Coat remembers this classic story about two dogs and a cat travelling the wilderness, a book that was turned into three very emotional Disney flicks.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Adam Sandler

Mr. Coat does what some might consider the unthinkable: defend Adam Sandler's recent film choices, including the decision to go to Netflix.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Over the Garden Wall

Mr. Coat gives a review of Patrick McHale and Cartoon Network's landmark mini-series that's like a cross between The Wizard of Oz and the stories of Mark Twain.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of 2014's Annie

Mr. Coat gives praise to Will Gluck's under-appreciated modern adaptation of the famous musical and explains precisely why Quvenzhané Wallis is the quintessential Annie.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at After M*A*S*H

Mr. Coat reviews the infamous M*A*S*H sequel series that had the confidence to compete against Mr. T, along with Radar's failed pilot episode.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to M*A*S*H

Mr. Coat pays tribute to one of the greatest war satires, which was originally a best-selling book and then a hit movie and finally one of the best sitcoms of all-time.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at A Boy Named Charlie Brown

Mr. Coat reviews the very first Peanuts Movie, which saw Charlie Brown trying to win a spelling bee with life lessons learned along the way.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Peppermint Patty

Mr. Coat goes over the best and funniest moments of Peanuts star athlete Peppermint Patty, including one comic arc so good it was animated twice.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Best Peanuts Kids

Mr. Coat counts down the funniest, most memorable characters created by Charles M. Schulz (not named Snoopy).


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Snoopy

Mr. Coat looks at the history of Charles Schulz's beloved beagle Snoopy and some of his wild adventures on the comic strip and animation desk.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Three Notable Peanuts Holiday Specials

Mr. Coat begins Peanuts Month by remembering three of Charlie Brown's most classic holiday specials, where he tried to survive Christmas, Halloween and Thanksgiving.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Tim Burton Films

Mr. Coat celebrates some of his favourite works from the master of gothic fantasy and underdogs, Tim Burton, with a special countdown.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at BASEketball

Mr. Coat gives his thoughts on his favourite stupid comedy BASEketball, featuring the creators of South Park playing the best fictional sport since Quidditch.


Bonus Episode:
Mr. Coat: Why Modern Cartoons Are Awesome and We Shouldn't Miss Saturday Morning!

A discussion on the current landscape of television cartoons, the amount of variety and creator-driven programming out there and why the death of Saturday morning cartoons has been overblown.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Futurama Episodes

Mr. Coat names his favourite episodes from Matt Groening's futuristic series, featuring the adventures of a delivery boy, alcoholic robot and a mutant cyclops.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Films of Chris Columbus

Mr. Coat looks at the work of director Chris Columbus, who has brought to the big screen such celebrated characters as Harry Potter, Mrs Doubtfire and even Donkey Kong.

Mr. Coat (Season 10):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Monica's Gang

Mr. Coat explains why this charming and funny comic book series that spawned a multi-media empire in South America deserves to sit alongside even the best Disney cartoons.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: My Top 12 Favourite Disney Television Theme Songs

Mr. Coat counts down the best theme songs to come out of Disney's television animation department, including classics and the series entertaining the current generation.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Snap, Crackle and Pop (Rice Krispies)

Mr. Coat presents a brief history on three of Kellogg's most beloved mascots who have helped advertise that crunchy yet also soggy cereal to us.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Harold and Kumar Trilogy

Mr. Coat gives his thoughts on the hilarious trilogy about two stoners constantly getting into hijinks and why these films are smarter than we might perceive.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Mario Kart 64 Circuits

Mr. Coat counts down the most fun, creative and even some of the more exciting tracks from the landmark racing game Mario Kart 64.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Looney Tunes Movies

Mr. Coat explores how the Looney Tunes made the jump to feature films, first in a series of compilations and then two big-budget hybrid movies.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - The Noid

Mr. Coat remembers the infamous Domino's Pizza mascot The Noid, animated by Will Vinton and constantly on the hunt to destroy every pizza he encounters.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

Mr. Coat praises Steven Spielberg's classic movie about a young boy befriending a friendly alien, which still manages to capture our hearts over thirty years later.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: What is the Auteur Theory?

Mr. Coat explains the Auteur Theory, which supports the idea that the director is the principal author of any movie, whether they're Steven Spielberg, Joss Whedon or even Raja Gosnell.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Star Wars Parodies

Mr. Coat names the parodies that made him laugh the hardest, when spoofing the expansive world created by George Lucas over multiple blockbuster adventures.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Thomas the Tank Engine

Mr. Coat finally gets around to one of his biggest requests after many years as he sees whether the series starring the Really Useful Engine from Sodor still holds up.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Alfonso Cuaron

Mr. Coat celebrates the work of one of the most consistent and imaginative directors working today, who helped bring Sara Crewe and Harry Potter to the screen and launched Sandra Bullock into outer space.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Inspector Gadget

Mr. Coat fondly remembers the live-action film adaptation of Inspector Gadget and why he enjoys the presence of Matthew Broderick and a Dr Claw whose not camera-shy.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Super Mario 64

Mr. Coat discusses one of the most groundbreaking video games of all-time, the fun exploration game Super Mario 64, that brought our favourite plumber to three dimensions.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: The Three Animated Features of Brad Bird

Mr. Coat celebrates the release of Brad Bird's new film by remembering when he directed animated features, including an E.T.-esque story with a robot and a family of superheroes.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Director Warren Beatty

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the work of actor-turned-director Warren Beatty, including Disney's big-budget comic book movie Dick Tracy and the political satire Bulworth.


Bonus Episode:
Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Best Animated Disney Songs!

Mr. Coat decides to revisit and update his very first list, counting down the best songs from the House of Mouse. What songs remained and which new ones from the past five years managed to find a place?


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Names You May Recognise in The Simpsons Credits

Mr. Coat gives recognition to the talented artists who have contributed to the longevity of Springfield's famous yellow family and their other noteworthy work.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Clone High

Mr. Coat takes a look at the short-lived animated series from the duo behind The LEGO Movie that turned Lincoln and Gandhi into teenagers and sparked a controversy in India.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Rover Dangerfield

Mr. Coat remembers the dog that got no respect as he explains why Rover Dangerfield is a funny and sweet animated feature worthy of its namesake.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at the Alvin and the Chipmunks Trilogy

Mr. Coat finally gives the Squeakquels in the Alvin and the Chipmunks film series a look...and is yet again annoyed by their irritating voices and lack of story.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at The Little Prince

Mr. Coat sees what makes this classic story one of the most important books of the twentieth century, in addition to the subsequent film adaptations.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite DreamWorks Animated Movies

Mr. Coat counts down his favourite titles from the animation studio that Shrek built, which include imaginative epics and satirical comedies.

Mr. Coat (Season 9):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Steven Universe

Mr. Coat explores one of the newest animated shows to come out of Cartoon Network, featuring magical Crystal Gems and topics not often explored in animated family shows.


Bonus Episode:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Worst Movies of 2014

In this list, Mr. Coat rounds down the movies that least impressed him last year, including unfunny sequels and a not-so-animated return to the Land of Oz.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at Doctor Dolittle

Mr. Coat sees what went wrong with the infamous musical flop Doctor Dolittle, wonders why it got nominated for Best Picture and explains how it made George Lucas a millionaire.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone DVD

Mr. Coat talks about the unusual so-called "special edition" DVD of the first Harry Potter movie, which was focused more on mini-games than actual content.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: My Top 12 Favourite Cartoon Movie Adaptations

Mr. Coat remembers when popular animated shows were turned into movies on a regular basis and names the ones that weren't simply longer episodes.


Bonus Episode:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Best Movies of 2014

Mr. Coat counts down his favourite movies from the last year, ranging from mathematical biopics to giant monsters.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Flo the Progressive Insurance Lady

Mr. Coat looks at some of the adventures in advertising taken by Flo the official spokeswoman for Progressive Insurance and why she's one of the best company mascots.


Bonus Episode:
Mr. Coat: How I Would Make the Next Spider-Man Movie

With the recent announcement that Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios were collaborating on a new Spider-Man movie, Mr. Coat gives his thoughts on the direction they should take and the actors he would like to see in the roles.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Vanguard Animation

Mr. Coat checks out the feature films of a short-lived animation studio that brought us such "inventive" titles as Valiant and Space Chimps.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: Oscar Predictions 2014

Mr. Coat predicts what will win at this year's Academy Awards. Will The LEGO Movie actually win something? Will the 12 years of Boyhood impress enough to win Best Picture? He ponders those questions.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at Camelot

Mr. Coat looks at the movie musical that almost killed off the genre in Hollywood, Camelot, featuring a Dumbledore who can't sing and a Frenchman with an Italian accent.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of The Nut Job

Mr. Coat defends last January's infamous animated feature The Nut Job and why its wacky hijinks and crazy park animals are worthy successors to classic Looney Tunes.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Mario and Fafa (Glove and Boots)

Mr. Coat spotlights one of the best YouTube channels, as he explains why Maria and Fafa of "Glove and Boots" are such brilliant characters.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Animated Features of 2014

Mr. Coat presents his annual retrospective of the year's animated features, with 2014 bringing us talking LEGO, Brazilian birds, a British postman and Marvel superheroes.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: The Other Three Dana Carvey Movies

Mr. Coat looks into the rest of Dana Carvey's filmography, the part that lacks Mike Myers and Turtle Clubs, as he reviews his three big starring roles in the 1990s.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at The Wild Thornberrys

Mr. Coat travels to the savanna to look at Nickelodeon's The Wild Thornberrys, which has a family with a girl who can talk to animals...and Tim Curry.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Minerva Mink

Mr. Coat concludes Animaniacs Month with a look at the brief number of appearances from the show's most controversial character Minerva Mink.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Animaniacs Songs

Mr. Coat counts down the best tunes created by the Animaniacs songwriting team, ranging from hilarious to educational.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Slappy Squirrel

Mr. Coat continues Animaniacs Month with some of the finest and funniest moments of retired cartoon star Slappy Squirrel's career.


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Wakko's Wish

Mr. Coat begins Animaniacs Month by explaining why their finale movie Wakko's Wish was a hilarious and touching way to cap off the landmark animated series.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Princess Mononoke

Mr. Coat remembers when famed Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki had made the retirement announcement before, originally with the beautiful and imaginative Princess Mononoke.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Most Well-Animated CG Characters

Mr. Coat counts down the best examples of CG Character Animation he's seen, whether they're pushing the artform or proving the medium can be as endearing as hand-drawn.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: Why Foodfight is Not the Worst Animated Film (But Still Really Bad)

Mr. Coat examines the infamous animated disaster Foodfight and wonders whether this product of confusing budgets and stolen footage is really the worst piece of animation ever produced.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Mary Blair

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the artwork of Disney Legend Mary Blair, whose unique style was heavily used in classics like Alice in Wonderland and it's a small world.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: Remake vs. Adaptation

Mr. Coat finally puts to rest the difference between what counts as a remake or just the latest film adaptation of an often told story, including the likes of Annie, Chicago and Tim Burton's Planet of the Apes.

Mr. Coat (Season 8):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Popeye Color Specials

Mr. Coat examines why the Fleischers' entry into two-reel Technicolor cartoons, starring their famous sailor man, were such brilliant pieces of animation. He then explains why Genndy Tartakovsky's upcoming movie is faithful to the original shorts.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Stan Winston

Mr. Coat looks over the biggest career accomplishments of Stan Winston, the special effects wizard instrumental in bringing the Terminator, the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park and even Inspector Gadget to life.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: My Top 8 Favourite Deleted Disney Songs

Mr. Coat takes a look behind the scenes at some of Disney's most cherished animated films and names his favourite songs that sadly didn't make the final cut.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at Alpha and Omega

Mr. Coat discusses one of his least favourite animated features, which takes what should be a cute little love story and fills it with awkward dancing, stiff animation and inappropriate jokes.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of All Dogs Go to Heaven 2

Mr. Coat explains why the obvious cash-grab sequel to All Dogs Go to Heaven fixes a lot of his issues with the first film and why he feels it's a superior follow-up.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Weird Al Yankovic Songs

Mr. Coat celebrates Weird Al Yankovic's recent surge in popularity, following the blockbuster success of his new album, by counting down his favourite songs from the parody king.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Bee Movie

Mr. Coat looks at Jerry Seinfeld's very funny and intelligent animated satire Bee Movie and why it's one of DreamWorks Animation's finest films.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of the Man of Steel Climax

Mr. Coat discusses the much-debated climax to Man of Steel, explaing that Superman caused less destruction than assumed and why Zack Snyder will bring his A-game to the sequel.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Annie

Mr. Coat looks at the strengths and many weaknesses of the film adaptations of the popular stage musical Annie and why the upcoming version will be the best one yet.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Animated Bird Characters

Mr. Coat counts down some of the best avian creatures to come out of an animator's pencil, including a billionaire and some Brazilian parrots.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: The Hand-Drawnification of Computer Animation

Mr. Coat looks into how computer animation has evolved into looking more and more like their hand-drawn counterparts, courtesy of Disney, Sony and Blue Sky.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

Mr. Coat talks about the B-movie parody series Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, which is completely and utterly stupid...and proud of it.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - The Smurfs

Mr. Coat looks at the history of Peyo's beloved creations, from their original mischievous side in the comics to the Hanna-Barbera cartoon and eventually the recent movies.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Disney's True-Life Adventures

Mr. Coat discusses an area of Disney history that is not as often explored as their animated features, when the studio embarked on bringing audiences to the wild with nature documentaries.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Peter and the Wolf

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the classic musical composition, with this discussion of the various instruments and their place in the story and three animated adaptations.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: My Top 12 Favourite Animated Female Characters

Mr. Coat celebrates some of the best ladies of animation, ranging from princesses to crime-fighters.


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Where's Wally?

Mr. Coat was just as avid a seacher for that famous stripped man as maybe you were and in this Character Profile, he explores his appeal and why his name change makes no sense.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Ralph Bakshi's Spicy City

Mr. Coat sees the result of HBO giving the director of Fritz the Cat an animated series...that only lasted six episodes.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Dexter's Laboratory

Mr. Coat looks back at the very first Cartoon Cartoon, Dexter's Laboratory, where famed animation director Genndy Tartakovsky became the celebrated auteur he is today.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Blue Sky Studios

Mr. Coat explains why Blue Sky Studios, the creators of Ice Age, Rio, Robots and Epic, is the best and most creative animation studio making feature films today.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: My Top 12 Favourite Love Themes

Mr. Coat counts down his picks of best romantic movie scores, which include disaster films and animated features.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: The 300th Episode!

Mr. Coat finds himself stuck in a virtual world in this special milestone episode and ends up in some odd situations with a couple of familiar faces along the way.

Mr. Coat (Season 7):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Chaplin

Mr. Coat looks at the biopic Chaplin, based on the life of the legendary comedian. He sees how Robert Downey Jr slips into the role of the Little Tramp and how it depicts this man's extraordinary life story.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Joel Schumacher's The Phantom of the Opera

Mr. Coat defends the film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit musical The Phantom of the Opera and why it is the songwriter's only production he can tolerate.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Bridget Jones's Diary

Mr. Coat explains what makes the British romantic comedy Bridget Jones's Diary so witty and endearing and why its title character is one of the best female leads to grace movie screens.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Paddington Bear

Mr. Coat delves into the history and multiple screen versions of Paddington Bear, a marmalade sandwich loving bear named after a train station.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at The Secret of NIMH 2

Mr. Coat sees what happens when somebody does a direct-to-video sequel to a Don Bluth movie...and produces a really stupid film with a little bit of inspired brilliance.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Juno

Mr. Coat explains why Jason Reitman's teen comedy Juno is one of the best representations of young people, especially its unique blend of dialogue.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

Mr. Coat delves into the wonderful sense of creativity displayed in the Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs films and why they're a celebration of the limitless potential of imagination.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Pixar's Brave

Mr. Coat defends Pixar's mother-daughter story Brave, addressing why it was so personal to the director and its controversial Oscar success.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at Stefani Germanotta's Music

Mr. Coat rants about why the so-called "music" produced by Stefani Germanotta is an embarassment to the medium and why her stage persona is especially false and contrived.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Moulin Rouge!

Mr. Coat explains why he feels Baz Luhrmann's hyper-kinetic musical love story is one of the best movie musicals of this current genre resurgence.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Lois Lane

Mr. Coat samples some of the depictions of Lois Lane that have appeared throughout movies and animation and why her recent portrayal in Man of Steel is his favourite.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Blue Sky's Epic

Mr. Coat, quite possibly the biggest Epic fan on the planet, explains why Chris Wedge's animated tale is a spectacular motion picture filled with more imagination and subtle layers than it's given credit for.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: Oscar Predictions 2013

Mr. Coat predicts what will win at this year's Academy Awards. Will they be impressed by the astronauts or the conmen? What about the snow queeen vs. the airplane designer?


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at All Dogs Go to Heaven

Mr. Coat enters cherished territory as he explains why he dislikes Don Bluth's animated feature All Dogs Go to Heaven, especially its main character.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Films That Shockingly Didn't Become Cartoons

Mr. Coat wonders why certain popular films were not translated into Saturday morning cartoons at a time when studio executives were willing to go that route.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: The Three Jim Carrey Animated Series

Mr. Coat recalls a time when almost anything got a Saturday morning cartoon, including Jim Carrey's three big break-out comedies.


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Regular Show

Mr. Coat delves into the wacky misadventures of a couple of slacker animals from Cartoon Network's latest hit series Regular Show.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to The Lion King Broadway Show

Mr. Coat pays tribute to one of the longest running musicals on Broadway, which managed the impressive task of translating the animated blockbuster The Lion King to the stage.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Animated Features of 2013

Mr. Coat gives his opinion on the previous year's crop of animated features, which include stories about adventurous Leafmen, evolving cavemen, racing snails and a Queen with icy powers.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Curb Your Enthusiasm

Mr. Coat delves into Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm, his follow-up show to Seinfeld that analyses the silly little normalities of our society.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Stuart Little

Mr. Coat looks at the world from a mouse's perspective as he gives his opinion on EB White's famous book Stuart Little and the film adaptations with Michael J Fox as Stuart.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: The Three Early Seth MacFarlane Shorts

Mr. Coat looks at the three animated shorts of Seth MacFarlane's early career, which hint at what he would later produce with Family Guy.

Mr. Coat (Season 6):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: The Best and Worst of Don Bluth

Mr. Coat names the few films he admires from ex-Disney animator Don Bluth...and those he places near the bottom of the animation pile.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Plan 9 from Outer Space

Mr. Coat explains why he genuinely likes Ed Wood's Plan 9 from Outer Space, widely considered one of the worst films of all-time.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Alec Baldwin Performances

Mr. Coat counts down his favourite performances from Alec Baldwin, whose played a variety of roles from an unscary ghost to a temperamental salesman to a conductor who talks to trains.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Carmen Sandiego

Mr. Coat investigates the criminal exploits of Carmen Sandiego, a master thief whose actions led to us learning more about the world and its history.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Disney's The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show

Mr. Coat looks at one of the more obscure animated series to come out of Walt Disney Television, involving a cat and dog in no way related to a certain Spumcoed pair of animals.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: The Three Modern Day Penguin Movies

Mr. Coat returns to a time when penguins were more popular than humanly possible by examining three films that started the trend, featuring tap-dancing, surfing and real-life Antarctic birds.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: A Look at the Works of Terrence Malick

Mr. Coat takes his camera on-location to a lush, autumn forest to discuss the films of renowned and reclusive director Terrence Malick.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: Three Japanese Horror Films and Their Remakes

Mr. Coat delves into the unconventional territory of Japanese horror films, taking a look at the three most notable ones adapted for English speakers.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to The Exorcist

Mr. Coat looks at The Exorcist, the hugely successful classic often regarded as the scariest movie of all-time and why he personally agrees with its position as the pinnacle of cinematic horror.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at The Bad News Bears

Mr. Coat explains the importance of The Bad News Bears and how it would influence the family sports film sub-genre. He also delves into the less successful sequels and eventual remake.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: A Look at Disney's Circle 7 Animation

Mr. Coat returns to a brief time when Disney and Pixar were split up and the Mouse's response...was to make direct-to-video sequels to their movies.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Tim Burton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Mr. Coat explains why Tim Burton's chocolate-coated fantasy Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is one of his best and why it's actually a very personal film for him.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Gravity Falls

Mr. Coat explains why Disney's latest successful animated series Gravity Falls has such an appeal and what sets it apart from other shows on television.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Mouse Hunt

Mr. Coat takes a look at Gore Verbinski's first movie, Mouse Hunt with Nathan Lane and Lee Evans trying to catch a little mouse and the hilarity that ensues.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Turner Classic Movies

Mr. Coat pays tribute to one of the greatest television channels ever put to air, showcasing some of the highest respect to classic films imaginable.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Baseball Films

Mr. Coat goes out to the ballgame as he counts down his favourite baseball movies, whether they be magical, inspirational or just plain funny.


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Tap Dancing

Mr. Coat pays tribute to his favourite style of musical dance: the tap dance. From old-school movies to today's Broadway musicals, he explains why the the clitter-clatter of those shoes is so show-stopping.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Humphrey the Bear

Mr. Coat pays tribute to an underappreciated Disney character. Would you believe there was a cartoon bear stealing food before Yogi Bear and he's just as funny?


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Gremlins

Mr. Coat discusses the twistedly dark comic tales of Gremlins, brought to the screen by modern Looney Tunes director Joe Dante and, of all people, Home Alone filmmaker Chris Columbus.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: A "Tribute" to Troll 2

Mr. Coat looks at the infamous direct-to-video non-sequel Troll 2, featuring vegetarian goblins and twists that everybody sees coming.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at the Austin Powers Trilogy

Mr. Coat explains why he doesn't find Mike Myers' once-popular trilogy of spy spoofs to be particularly funny, while still highlighting its few accomplishments.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Family Dog

Mr. Coat looks at Brad Bird's popular Amazing Stories episode and why the subsequent television series, produced by Steven Spielberg and Tim Burton, didn't last long.

Mr. Coat (Season 5):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Most Annoying Film Cliches

Mr. Coat counts down the film cliches that genuinely aggravate him, whether it be a lazy screenwriting decision or chaotic direction.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Bob and Doug McKenzie

Mr. Coat explains the history behind how Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas' satire of Canadian stereotypes...ultimately became the poster image for how everybody else views Canada.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: A Look at the Tom & Jerry Movies

Mr. Coat looks at five different attempts at making feature-length Tom & Jerry movies, including their only theatrical outing and appearing alongside the likes of Robin Hood and Sherlock Holmes.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Illumination's The Lorax

Mr. Coat explains why he likes the feature-length adaptation of Dr Seuss' enviromentally friendly book, including why showing the Onceler's face was a great idea.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to The Critic

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the short-lived animated series revolving around film critic Jay Sherman as he proclaims "It stinks!" to almost everything he watches.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Most Embarrassing Childhood Films

Mr. Coat issues a public apology to his parents by counting down the films he so wanted to see upon original release...only to later realise how agonising they must have been to those over twelve years old.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - M&Ms

Mr. Coat looks at the colourful personalities of those fun and yet strangely cannibalistic M&Ms "spokescandies."


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: The Top 13 Names You May Recognise in the Roger Rabbit Credits

Mr. Coat completes Roger Rabbit Month by looking at the superstar names hidden deep in the scrolling end credits, whether they be animators or storyboard artists.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: The Roger Rabbit Sequel That Never Was

Mr. Coat takes a look at what might have been of the long-in-deveopment-hell sequel to Who Framed Roger Rabbit and even presents his own possible idea for one.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Roger Rabbit Shorts

Mr. Coat continues Roger Rabbit Month with the only three produced animated shorts, featuring the character.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Richard Williams

Mr. Coat begins Roger Rabbit Month by looking at the career of legendary director Richard Williams, responsible for Who Framed Roger Rabbit's landmark animation and the unfinished masterwork The Thief and the Cobbler.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Blockbuster Video

Mr. Coat and South Jersey Sam team up to discuss both the nostalgic and inconvenient aspects of the now-obsolete video rental chain Blockbuster.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Christine Cavanaugh

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the voices of retired voice artist Christine Cavanaugh, who portrayed such childhood icons as Babe the Sheep-Pig and Dexter.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - New Sherlock Holmes

Mr. Coat looks at recent interpretations of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective, including a mouse and a modern-day Sherlock.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: The Highs and Lows of Canadian Animation

Mr. Coat scours through the past thirty or so years of Canadian animation studios and their progression from major feature films to Flash animated programming.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Illustrator William Joyce

Mr. Coat pays tribute to one of the best illustrators and character designers William Joyce, whose works include the likes of George Shrinks and Rise of the Guardians.


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite "Super Mario Bros" Themes

Mr. Coat counts down his favourite musical themes from the Super Mario archive, ranging from Game Boy adventures to Nintendo 64 memories.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Casper the Friendly Ghost

Mr. Coat looks at the lengthy career of the kindly spirit, Casper, who has been unintentionally scaring people for decades.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2"

Mr. Coat discusses his favourite classical music composition of all-time and how it would later influence the world of animation.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at The Wizard of Oz Animated Series

Mr. Coat anticipates the release of a new Wizard of Oz feature film...by looking at Ted Turner and DIC's failed attempt to make an animated series.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Die Hard

Mr. Coat looks at the twenty-five year old series that turned John McClane into one of the best action heroes of the silver screen.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: Oscar Predictions 2012

Mr. Coat prepares for the 85th Academy Awards by predicting what will win each category, from Best Animated Short all the way to Best Picture.

Mr. Coat (Season 4):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: The Cinematic Three of DNA Productions

Mr. Coat remembers the work of the now-closed DNA Productions, including a boy genius and an airbender shrunk down to ant size.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Mr. Freeze

Mr. Coat looks at both the silly and tragic portrayals of one of Batman's most evolving villains, Mr Freeze.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Animated Features of 2012

Mr. Coat presents his annual tradition of looking at the animated features in the past year. 2012 brought us elastic monsters, dogs brought back from the dead and arcade misadventures, among other wondrous creations.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: A Look at Cheap Foreign Knock-Offs

Mr. Coat looks at the cheap mockbusters made by filmmakers in three different countries, who try to create their own Hollywood blockbusters...with 0.01% of the talent and money.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Felix the Cat

Mr. Coat looks at the career of the first cartoon star, Felix the Cat, and explains why he doesn't care for most of the character's adventures.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Winsor McCay

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the grandfather of animation, Winsor McCay, who brought us Little Nemo and Gertie the Dinosaur, among other incredible achievements.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: Directors Who Should Make an Animated Film

Mr. Coat thinks every director should make, at least, one animated feature. Here is a list of suggestions of possible filmmakers who would do well in this creative medium.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to The Lord of the Rings Film Trilogy

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the magical world of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth as told through the lenses of Peter Jackson and Ralph Bakshi.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Pixar Shorts

Mr. Coat looks over the shorts Pixar has created in the past twenty-six years and selects his personal favourites of the bunch.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Adventure Time

Mr. Coat pays tribute to Pendleton Ward's wonderfully imaginative animated series, Adventure Time, about the magical and post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Basil Fawlty

Mr. Coat discusses quite possibly the funniest character in British television history, Basil Fawlty of Fawlty Towers.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: Mr. Coat Looks at Another Anime

Mr. Coat looks at yet another Japanese anime series, one that took a rather unique approach in how it was distributed to English-speaking countries.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: Mr. Coat Looks at an Anime

Mr. Coat, after popular demand, decides to discuss a Japanese anime series which was adapted from a manga. Which one did he choose to talk about?


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Kick Buttowski

Mr. Coat explains why the underrated (and now sadly cancelled) Disney animated series Kick Buttowski is one of the best current cartoons on television.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - James Bond

Mr. Coat looks at the sixty year career of Ian Fleming's dashing secret agent James Bond and the multiple actors who have brought him to the screen.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Final Destination

Mr. Coat caps off October, by looking at the horror franchise that turns the slasher film into a Rube Goldberg creation.


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to the Evil Dead Trilogy

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the horror trilogy where Spider-Man director Sam Raimi and cult acting legend Bruce Campbell got their start.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Piranha

Mr. Coat dips his feet in the water as he looks at the long-lasting B-movie franchise Piranha, that has been directed by the likes of Joe Dante and James Cameron.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: The First Four Halloweens

Mr. Coat begins October by looking at the first four films in the Halloween series, first created by John Carpenter and that (mostly) dealt with a shadowy figure named Michael Myers.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: In Defense of Pixar's Cars Franchise

Mr. Coat defends the genuinely well-liked first Cars picture, its highly derided sequel and the billion-dollar merchandising.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to POW Stories in the Media

Mr. Coat discusses four notable stories inspired by those brave Prisoners of War: The Great Escape, Stalag 17, Recess and Chicken Run.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Big Bad Wolf

Mr. Coat looks at the career and history of one of the longest-running villains, from his early storybook days to his recent more sympathetic portrayals.

Mr. Coat (Season 3):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: My Top 8 Favourite Music Videos

Mr. Coat presents more music videos than MTV have shown in the past year, as he counts down his personal favourites of varying genres and styles.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to 2001: A Space Odyssey

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the cinematic brilliance that is Stanley Kubrick's science-fiction classic and highly influential masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Retail

Mr. Coat briefly looks at the appeal and characters of Norm Feuti's wonderfully funny workplace comic strip Retail.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: The Oddities of Old Computers

Mr. Coat looks back at a time when the Internet was incredibly slow and files were stored on something called a floppy disc.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: The Only Three Modern Mickey Mouse Shorts

Mr. Coat discusses Mickey's three theatrical cartoons, released during the studio's post-Walt Disney era.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Best Uses of 3-D

Mr. Coat looks at the proper ways to use 3-D technology by counting down the films that successfully transported audiences to other worlds or threw random things at their faces with minimal annoyance.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to the Marx Brothers

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the classic comedy of the Marx Brothers, from Groucho's snappy one-liners to Harpo's slapstick antics.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Good Luck Charlie

Mr. Coat takes a look at a current Disney Channel sitcom that's actually watchable, about a regular family leading regular lives...oh and there's a baby somewhere in there, too.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: The Animated Features of Europe

Mr. Coat ventures past the usual animated works to look at some selected European titles for a change, ranging from France to Denmark.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to The Hunger Games

Mr. Coat and Face Nelson team up to discuss what makes Suzanne Collins' incredibly popular The Hunger Games trilogy stand out among young adult books.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!

Mr. Coat explains why a cartoon as wacky as The Fairly OddParents does not translate to live-action and what else its film adaptation did wrong.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: The 200th Episode!

Enter the Cinema de Mr. Coat for this special 200th episode, a symphony of sights and sounds like never before.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Roald Dahl's Matilda

Mr. Coat discusses the classic Roald Dahl book about an extraordinarily bright young girl named Matilda.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Donkey Kong

Mr. Coat talks about the history of the video game world's most famous barrel-throwing gorilla Donkey Kong, from his iconic arcade game to the animated television show.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Matthew O'Callaghan

Mr. Coat looks at the accomplishments of underrated storyboard artist and director Matthew O'Callaghan, who brought us Curious George and the recent computer-animated Looney Tunes shorts.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at Reality Television

Mr. Coat slams the idiotic, hideous, disgusting and annoying world of reality television, from abusive chefs to irritating stereotypes.


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: The Only Three of Amblimation

Mr. Coat provides his thoughts on the three animated features to come out of Amblimation, Steven Spielberg's brief attempt at running an animation studio.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Sky High

Mr. Coat looks at a Disney superhero flick that doesn't team up Marvel's most beloved heroes nor a computer-generated family, but rather a team of under-appreciated teenagers.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: In Defence of John Carter

Mr. Coat defends Andrew Stanton's big-budget adaptation of the classic Edgar Rice Burroughs text and why it did not deserve its box-office fate.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Robert Lopez

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the funny, heartful and memorable work of Broadway composer Robert Lopez, the main mastermind behind The Book of Mormon and Avenue Q.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: The Cinema of Australia

Mr. Coat takes a trip down under to the land of the kangaroos, as he discusses some of the most notable films to come out of Australia.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Lola Bunny

Mr. Coat looks at the history of Lola Bunny, the recent Looney Tunes creation who transformed from being an athletic basketball player to a crazy stalker.

Mr. Coat (Season 2):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Mr. Coat discusses the appeal behind Jeff Kinney's satirical books about childhood oddities and the subsequent film adaptations.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: The Top 15 Greatest Disney Movie Endings

Mr. Coat counts down the the magic kingdom's best animated endings, that left the audience smiling and humming their way out of the cinema.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: The Worst Films Ever Made (as Chosen by You)!

Mr. Coat looks over viewer suggestions for the worst films in the history of cinema in the very first fan co-written episode!


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Scrat

Mr. Coat celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Ice Age series by looking at the history of the scene-stealing sabre-toothed squirrel Scrat.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at The Purple Smurfs

Mr. Coat looks into how the zombie apocalypse story originated with Peyo's beloved blue Smurfs, of all things.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: A Look at International Dubbing 2

Mr. Coat presents a sequel to an earlier episode, as he looks at animation dubs from a multitude of countries, including Norway, Poland, Japan and others.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Strangest/Most Annoying Academy Decisions

Mr. Coat finishes Academy Awards Month by looking at the oddball decisions made by the producers and voting body that leaves one scratching their head.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: How to Win Your Oscar Pool

Mr. Coat explains the voting tendencies of the Academy, as he predicts what will win the Oscars at the 84th Academy Awards.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: The History of the Academy Awards (Part 2)

Mr. Coat continues Academy Awards Month as he discusses the last forty years of the Oscars and the crazy, funny happenings of that back-patting ceremony.


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: The History of the Academy Awards (Part 1)

Mr. Coat begins Academy Awards Month with his history of the Oscars, the various Best Picture winners and the noteworthy incidents.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: The Notable Three of CBBC Toy-Mation

Mr. Coat goes back to his very early childhood memories to discuss three of the most landmark series produced by the CBBC: Noddy, Postman Pat and Fireman Sam.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the Animated Features of 2011

Mr. Coat presents the latest annual special, providing his thoughts on the wide range of animated releases in the past year, featuring all manner of tropical birds, secret agent cars and cuddly bears.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: A Look at Film Criticism

Mr. Coat talks about the different types of film criticism, both good and bad, and lists the film critics closest to his style.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Teletoon

Mr. Coat pays tribute to the Canadian equivalent to Cartoon Network, Teletoon, and its interesting set of programming.


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Tintin

Mr. Coat celebrates the release of Steven Spielberg's long-awaited motion-capture feature, as he looks at the history and longevity of Herge's famous reporter Tintin.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Avatar: The Last Airbender

Mr. Coat finally gives his opinion on the highly successful and widely beloved Nickelodeon animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender.


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: The Next Top 10 Greatest Animated Series

Mr. Coat continues his list of the top animated series from two years ago, with shows that did not make the cut last time and recently discovered gems.


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Rugrats

Mr. Coat talks about the history of one of the original classic Nicktoons Rugrats, from its iconic characters to their later big-screen adventures.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: The Wonderful World of Flying

Mr. Coat is taken on an airplane flight as he learns that the journey is just as adventurous as the destination, in this strange world of safety instructions and small spaces.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Ben Burtt

Mr. Coat looks at the incredible and iconic sound effects brought to life by Ben Burtt, who can do almost anything possible from rolling boulders to love-struck robots.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Song of the South

Mr. Coat examines whether the controversial Disney film Song of the South is as offensive as its reputation suggests and if it deserves its Vault lock-up.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: The Top 12 Films I've Watched the Most

Mr. Coat estimates which cinematic works he has gone back to again and again, based on scientific research and looking back at his own obsessions.

Mr. Coat (Season 1):


Episode 22:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Zooey Deschanel

Mr. Coat examines the impressively escalating career of actress Zooey Deschanel, who is both his favourite current singer and the star of his favourite currently-airing sitcom.


Episode 21:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Phineas and Ferb

Mr. Coat celebrates the joys of summer a tad late by praising the popular Disney Channel animated series Phineas and Ferb.


Episode 20:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Pac-Man

Mr. Coat looks at one of his favourite video games of all-time, the classic arcade game starring a yellow and hungry ball, four ghosts and a maze.


Episode 19:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Ramona Flowers

Mr. Coat explains the appeal behind Scott Pilgrim's girlfriend with the multi-coloured hair styles from the cult graphic novels and feature film.


Episode 18:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Tom Cruise Performances

Mr. Coat counts down his favourite roles from Tom Cruise, one of the most consistent action and dramatic actors and biggest cinematic icons in the film industry.


Episode 17:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at the American Pie Trilogy

Mr. Coat talks about the blockbuster gross-out comedy series detailing the adventures of Jim, Michelle, Stifler and other iconic teen characters as they explore the mysterious world of sex.


Episode 16:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Michelin Man

Mr. Coat looks at one of the rare mascots for a tire company, the Michelin Man, from his origin story to his commercial and comic appearances.


Episode 15:
Mr. Coat: Confession - Wizards of Waverly Place

Mr. Coat admits to enjoying a modern-day Disney Channel sitcom. The shock! The horror! He explains why this Selena Gomez show works for him.


Episode 14:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to The Night Shift

Mr. Coat looks at an unlikely sitcom about three employees working in a Shell station and it's from...Iceland?


Episode 13:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Raven (Teen Titans)

Mr. Coat enters the wacky world of Pan-Pizza to talk about their favourite Teen Titan: the moody demon-offspring Raven.


Episode 12:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Charlotte's Web

Mr. Coat takes a look at E.B. White's incredible and charming story about the touching relationship between a pig and a spider, as well as the subsequent film adaptations.


Episode 11:
Mr. Coat: The History of the Loch Ness Monster

Mr. Coat explores the mystery of the Great Big Nessie, otherwise known as the Loch Ness Monster that possibly swims through the waters of Scotland.


Episode 10:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Astro Boy

Mr. Coat looks at the history of the most iconic manga and anime character to come out of Japan: Osamu Tezuka's classic robotic creation Astro Boy.


Episode 9:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to LEGO

Mr. Coat takes us back to the favourite building blocks of almost everyone's youth and the greatest toy company of all-time: LEGO!


Episode 8:
Mr. Coat: A Slam at The Happy Cricket

Mr. Coat bashes what he considers to be the worst animated feature he has ever seen, about a cheerful insect and his magical guitar with no strings.


Episode 7:
Mr. Coat: A Nod to the National Film Board of Canada

Mr. Coat explores the impressive catalogue of animated shorts produced by the National Film Board of Canada over the years.


Episode 6:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Randy Newman

Mr. Coat pays tribute to one of his favourite song-writers, who was responsible for such classic songs as "Short People", "You've Got a Friend in Me" and "Political Science."


Episode 5:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at Free Willy

Mr. Coat takes a swim as he discusses the ever-so-popular enviromental film series about a young boy and a killer whale.


Episode 4:
Mr. Coat: Character Profile - Timon and Pumbaa

Mr. Coat talks about his favourite Disney sidekicks: the lovable meerkat and warthog duo, Timon and Pumbaa, from The Lion King.


Episode 3:
Mr. Coat: A Look Back at McDonald's Happy Meal Toys

Mr. Coat raises his cholesterol as he looks at the toys placed into the Happy Meals of the largest fast food chain in the world.


Episode 2:
Mr. Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Matthew Broderick Performances

Mr. Coat gives one of his favourite, yet seriously under-appreciated, actors his due by counting down Matthew Broderick's top screen roles.


Episode 1:
Mr. Coat: A Tribute to Crystal Caves

Mr. Coat goes back in time to the DOS era of computers to look at the classic side-scroller game Crystal Caves.

(That Fellow In The Coat) Season 7:


Episode 13:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - The Mr. Men

That Fellow In The Coat sees why the simplistic and funny adventures of the Mr. Men have lasted for so long and then makes a special announcement.


Episode 12:
That Fellow In The Coat: The History of the Superhero Movie

That Fellow In The Coat goes through the ups-and-downs of Hollywood's take on the superhero, from classics like Batman to newer characters like Mr Incredible.


Episode 11:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Dennis the Menace

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the history of two comic strip creations named Dennis the Menace (yes, there's two of them) from both sides of the Atlantic.


Episode 10:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Joss Whedon's Firefly

That Fellow In The Coat pays tribute to the very short-lived, but instantly classic science-fiction western series Firefly.


Episode 9:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Arrested Development

That Fellow In The Coat gives his reasoning behind why he considers Mitchell Hurwitz's prematurely-canceled sitcom Arrested Development his favourite television series.


Episode 8:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Kevin Smith

That Fellow In The Coat pays tribute to the filmmaker, who went from a boring convenience store job in New Jersey to representing an entire generation of slackers.


Episode 7:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - The Mukhtar (Disney's Aladdin)

That Fellow In The Coat looks at one of the minor villains from the Aladdin television series: the ever-so-scary Genie bounty hunter.


Episode 6:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Books That Should Be Taught in School

That Fellow In The Coat looks back at his school years and explains the books that teachers should consider teaching to their students.


Episode 5:
That Fellow In The Coat: In Defense of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

That Fellow In The Coat gives his reasoning behind why he considers the fouth Indiana Jones adventure to be on par with the rest of the series.


Episode 4:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Aliens

That Fellow In The Coat explains the appeal and success behind James Cameron's action-packed and heart-pumping sequel Aliens.


Episode 3:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Buzz Lightyear of Buzz Lightyear

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the first animated television series produced by Pixar Animation Studios, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command.


Episode 2:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - The Toy Story Aliens (Remake)

That Fellow In The Coat begins Extra-Terrestrial Tribute Month by going back to the beginning of his series and remaking the Toy Story Aliens' Character Profile.


Episode 1:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 10 Greatest Film Studio Logos

That Fellow In The Coat counts down his list of the best studio openings, from fairy tale castles to shining globes.

(That Fellow In The Coat) Season 6:


Episode 22:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Live-Action Cartoon Adaptations

That Fellow In The Coat look at the history of film versions of popular animated series, from the few gems to the really awful ones.


Episode 21:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Evolving Career of Jim Carrey

That Fellow In The Coat looks at Jim Carrey's impressive ability at giving wild, comedic performances as well as his shift towards dramatic territory.


Episode 20:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Slam at the Films of Adam Sandler

That Fellow In The Coat gives his reasons behind disliking the comedies of Adam Sandler and also praises his few career accomplishments.


Episode 19:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at the Animated Features of 2010

That Fellow In The Coat discusses the animated films he saw in the prior year, including big blockbuster productions and smaller, little-seen hand-drawn features.


Episode 18:
That Fellow In The Coat: My Top 13 Favourite Film Directors

That Fellow In The Coat counts down his personal favourite cinematic auteurs whose work has graced the silver screen, from classic silent directors to modern animation masters.


Episode 17:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Futurama

That Fellow In The Coat discusses the characters, mathematics and story behind Matt Groening's second animated series Futurama.


Episode 16:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at The Simpsons

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the longest-running animated series in history, featuring the famous yellow nuclear family from Springfield.


Episode 15:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to A Clockwork Orange

That Fellow In The Coat explains why Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange is his favourite book and why Stanley Kubrick's film adaptation is just as enthralling.


Episode 14:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Heroes of NBC Comedy Thursday

That Fellow In The Coat talks about the hilarious main characters from the hit NBC comedies 30 Rock, The Office and Parks and Recreation.


Episode 13:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Notable Three of TMS Animation

That Fellow In The Coat discusses the revolutionary Akira, the long-in-development Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland and the most popular Western Animation to come out of TMS Entertainment.


Episode 12:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to the Coen Brothers

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the impressive filmography of Ethan and Joel Coen, the directors behind Fargo, The Big Lebowski and other great flicks.


Episode 11:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 10 Greatest Films Never Made

That Fellow In The Coat counts down the most promising film productions that ultimately were never finished, released or even started filming.


Episode 10:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Glen Keane

That Fellow In The Coat celebrates the release of the new Disney animated feature Tangled by looking at the career of master animator Glen Keane.


Episode 9:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

That Fellow In The Coat talks about the hit sitcom that made Will Smith the prince of a town called Bel-Air and launched him on his road to super-stardom.


Episode 8:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Daffy Duck

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the career and history of one of the wackiest and anger-prone Looney Tunes of them all: Daffy Duck.


Episode 7:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at A Nightmare on Elm Street

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the film that helped in bringing Freddy Krueger to the world and our nightmares.


Episode 6:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Trey Parker and Matt Stone

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the career of the satirical minds behind South Park and Team America: World Police, among other hilarious projects.


Episode 5:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Jaws

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at Steven Spielberg's immortal classic that scared people out of the water and changed Hollywood cinema forever.


Episode 4:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Rocky and Bullwinkle

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the famous moose-and-squirrel team created by legendary animation producer Jay Ward.


Episode 3:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 10 Darkest Family Films

That Fellow In The Coat counts down his list of the most frightening and darkly themed films that haunted many a childhood.


Episode 2:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at the Super Mario Bros.

That Fellow In The Coat talks about the history of the most iconic video game characters and Nintendo's most endearing series.


Episode 1:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Charlie Chaplin

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the fantastic career of the world's most influential comedian in the history of cinema and his wonderful contributions to film.

(That Fellow In The Coat) Season 5:


Episode 22:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Pink Panther

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the history of the Pink Panther, from his birth as a diamond to becoming an animation icon.


Episode 21:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to the Fleischer Brothers

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the career of Max and Dave Fleischer, the animation pioneers who brought to life Betty Boop and Popeye, among other famous cartoon characters.


Episode 20:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top Film Villains

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the top film villains of all-time, from robots to animals to Disney.


Episode 19:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Dilbert

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at Scott Adams' famous comic strip engineer and his team of co-workers.


Episode 18:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Next Top 15 Greatest Musicals

That Fellow In The Coat decides to follow up his list from last year, counting down more of his top musicals - including mentioning some that could have made the first list.


Episode 17:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Terrance and Phillip

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the career and inspiration behind Terrance and Phillip, the farting Canadian residents of South Park.


Episode 16:
That Fellow In The Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Animals

That Fellow In The Coat provides a countdown of his favourite members of the animal kingdom, from the African jungle to the Atlantic Ocean.


Episode 15:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Great British Sitcoms

That Fellow In The Coat gives his recommendations on the sitcoms that are definitely worth watching...from the United Kingdom.


Episode 14:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Spider-Man

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the history of the most popular superhero to come out of Marvel Comics.


Episode 13:
That Fellow In The Coat: The 101st Episode!

That Fellow In The Coat continues his milestone celebration by talking about the Star Wars prequel trilogy with some more guest stars.


Episode 12:
That Fellow In The Coat: The 100th Episode!

That Fellow In The Coat celebrates his 100th episode in the first of a two-week celebration looking back at...something, along with...whoever.


Episode 11:
That Fellow In The Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Chocolate Bars

That Fellow In The Coat counts down his favourite chocolate-related products and foods.


Episode 10:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Fritz the Cat

That Fellow In The Coat talks about Ralph Bakshi's infamous X-rated feature debut Fritz the Cat and its influence on animation history.


Episode 9:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Invader Zim

That Fellow In The Coat gives a look at Nickelodeon's cult animated series Invader Zim.


Episode 8:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to the Sherman Brothers

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at Richard and Robert Sherman's famous collaborations with Walt Disney and their other musical accomplishments.


Special Episode:
That Fellow In The Coat: More of Disney's Direct-to-Video Sequels

Based on viewer recommendations, That Fellow In The Coat gives a couple more direct-to-video Disney sequels a look.


Episode 7:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Jose Carioca

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the history of Donald Duck's under-appreciated Brazilian cousin, Jose Carioca.


Episode 6:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 10 Greatest Songs in a Non-Disney Family Film

That Fellow In The Coat counts down the best tunes from the family films not produced by the Walt Disney Company.


Episode 5:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Winnie the Pooh

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the history of the beloved bear, from his start in A.A. Milne's books to the Disney works.


Episode 4:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Rick Baker

That Fellow In The Coat explains what makes the work of Oscar-winning makeup artist Rick Baker so special and lasting.


Episode 3:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Buffy the Vampire Slayer

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at Joss Whedon's acclaimed television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and explains why it's so appealing.


Episode 2:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Direct-to-Video Sequels

That Fellow In The Coat gives his thoughts on Disney's notorious sequels line and animated spin-off shows.


Episode 1:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Alvin and the Chipmunks

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the career of the high-pitched rodent musical group Alvin and the Chipmunks.

(That Fellow In The Coat) Season 4:


Episode 22:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Cats Don't Dance

That Fellow In The Coat explains the influence and music behind Warner Brothers' cult animated classic Cats Don't Dance.


Episode 21:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Dr. Seuss

That Fellow In The Coat explores the work of Theodore Giesel, the imaginative creator of such iconic characters like Horton the Elephant, The Cat in the Hat and the Grinch.


Episode 20:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Home Video Technology

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at four different home video formats: the Laserdisc, VHS, DVD and Blu-Ray.


Episode 19:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to John Lasseter

That Fellow In The Coat talks about one of the most important figures in animation history and the founder of Pixar Animation Studios.


Episode 18:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Slam at Tinkerbell

That Fellow In The Coat explains why this recent Disney direct-to-video feature is a complete disgrace to a classic character.


Episode 17:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Garfield

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the life and times and multiple notable appearances of our favourite lasagna-eating cat.


Episode 16:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 10 Greatest Film Sequels

That Fellow In The Coat decides to make a list of what he feels are the best sequels in cinematic history.


Episode 15:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 10 Greatest Animated Trios

That Fellow In The Coat counts down the top best three-somes ever drawn.


Episode 14:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Theater Hopper

That Fellow In The Coat sings the praises of his favourite web-comic series.


Episode 13:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Woody Woodpecker

That Fellow In The Coat sees what makes this classic animated woodpecker so hilarious and lasting.


Episode 12:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 10 Greatest Dog Characters

That Fellow In The Coat counts down the best canines to litter the screens and pages.


Episode 11:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Alan Menken

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at Alan Menken's esteemed musical achievements from Little Shop of Horrors to Enchanted.


Episode 10:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Star Trek: The Original Series

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the series and films starring the Starship Enterprise crew of Captain James Kirk.


Episode 9:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at the Animated Features of 2009

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the impressive roster of animated films released in the prior year.


Episode 8:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to James Cameron

That Fellow In The Coat celebrates the success of James Cameron's newest film, Avatar, with this tribute to the work and career of this ground-breaking filmmaker.


Episode 7:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 30 Greatest Animated Series (#10-#1)

That Fellow In The Coat ends the new year by presenting the final ten shows in his countdown of the best animated series of all-time.


Episode 6:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at DreamWorks Animation (Part 2)

That Fellow In The Coat completes his look at the animated features from DreamWorks by taking in their works from the past three years and what they have in store for us.


Episode 5:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 30 Greatest Animated Series (#20-#11)

That Fellow In The Coat continues his count-down on the greatest animated series in the second chapter of this three-part series.


Episode 4:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Pinky and the Brain

That Fellow In The Coat profiles what makes the beloved animated duo Pinky and the Brain such special and entertaining characters.


Episode 3:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at DreamWorks Animation (Part 1)

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the history of Disney's biggest rival: Jeffrey Katzenberg's animation studio DreamWorks in the first chapter of a two-part series.


Episode 2:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 30 Greatest Animated Series (#30-#21)

That Fellow In The Coat begins his countdown of the greatest animated series of all-time in the first of a three-part series.


Episode 1:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Slam at The Master of Disguise

That Fellow In The Coat decides to review Dana Carvey's horrible 2002 comedy The Master of Disguise.

(That Fellow In The Coat) Season 3:


Episode 22:
That Fellow In The Coat: My Top 10 Favourite Cheeses

That Fellow In The Coat goes the food route this time by counting his favourite types of cheeses.


Episode 21:
That Fellow In The Coat: My Top 15 Favourite Television Series

That Fellow In The Coat counts down his own personal picks of the best of television.


Episode 20:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at the Cartoons of Steven Spielberg

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the animated productions from filmmaker Steven Spielberg.


Episode 19:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at the Back to the Future Trilogy

That Fellow In The Coat goes back in time to look at one of the most popular film trilogies of the 1980's.


Episode 18:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 11 Craziest Cartoon Shows

That Fellow In The Coat counts down the top animated series where the creators went wild with surrealam and mayhem.


Episode 17:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Animated Features (2003-2009)

In the final chapter of this ten-part series, That Fellow In The Coat looks at the Disney Studio's recent disappointments and their return to hand-drawn animation.


Episode 16:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 15 Greatest Musicals

That Fellow In The Coat counts down the greatest song-and-dance extravaganzas for film, stage and animation.


Episode 15:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Quentin Tarantino

That Fellow In The Coat deals with some talkative gangsters in this special tribute to popular filmmaker Quentin Tarantino.


Episode 14:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Animated Features (2000-2002)

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the Disney Studio's animated features from the beginning of the millennium, including a much-troubled Incan epic and their first computer-animated feature.


Episode 13:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Kim Possible

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at Disney Channel's most popular original animated series, the spy comedy Kim Possible.


Episode 12:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Ari Gold (Entourage)

That Fellow In The Coat devotes an entire episode about profane talent agent Ari Gold from the popular HBO series Entourage.


Episode 11:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Animated Features (1996-1999)

That Fellow In The Coat talks about Disney's work in the late 1990s, including one of their most mature efforts, a continuation of a classic and the start of their downward spiral in quality.


Episode 10:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Hayao Miyazaki

That Fellow In The Coat pays tribute to the greatest animation filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki, just in time for his newest film Ponyo to hit international waters.


Episode 9:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Max Bialystock and Leo Bloom

That Fellow In The Coat talks about the two title characters in Mel Brooks's The Producers in this very special musical episode.


Episode 8:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Animated Features (1991-1995)

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the Walt Disney Studio's most popular animated musicals from the 1990s.


Episode 7:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 10 Saddest Animated Scenes

That Fellow In The Coat counts down the top most depressing scenes in animation history.


Episode 6:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at The Powerpuff Girls

That Fellow In The Coat gives a look at the popular Cartoon Network superhero series The Powerpuff Girls.


Episode 5:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Animated Features (1986-1990)

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the start of the Disney Studio's Third Golden Age and the beginning of the animated musical renaissance.


Episode 4:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Spot/Scott Leadready II

That Fellow In The Coat talks about the star of Disney's under-appreciated animated series Teacher's Pet, Spot the Dog and his boy altar ego Scott Leadready II.


Episode 3:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 11 Forgotten Animated Series

That Fellow In The Coat looks back at the shows that seem to be rarely talked about nowadays. How many of these do you remember?


Episode 2:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Tim Burton

That Fellow In The Coat pays tribute to the great Gothic filmmaker Tim Burton. He also gives an almost-exclusive sneak peek at his upcoming film version of Alice in Wonderland.


Episode 1:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Animated Features (1973-1985)

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the films of the Disney Studio's Second Dark Age and the start of their first animated competition.

(That Fellow In The Coat) Season 2:


Episode 22:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 11 Greatest John Williams Scores

That Fellow In The Coat counts down the best film scores written by the world's most famous film composer, John Williams.


Episode 21:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Sonic the Hedgehog

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the video games and television series, starring the most famous blue hedgehog in pop-culture history.


Episode 20:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Animated Features (1961-1970)

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the last animated films that Walt Disney himself was personally involved with.


Episode 19:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Slam at Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

That Fellow In The Coat explains his dis-taste for one of the worst adaptations of a beloved book. He then briefly looks at subsequent Roald Dahl books turned into feature films.


Episode 18:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Hanna-Barbera

That Fellow In The Coat talks about the history of the studio responsible for the Saturday morning and prime-time cartoon. He also re-enacts every single episode of Scooby-Doo.


Episode 17:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top 11 Funniest Cartoon Villains

That Fellow In The Coat counts down the most comically hilarious antagonists in animation history.


Episode 16:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Animated Features (1950-1959)

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the Disney Company's most important decade in shaping the studio: the 1950's.


Episode 15:
That Fellow In The Coat: My Top 15 Greatest Films of All-Time

That Fellow In The Coat counts down his personal list of the best films ever made.


Episode 14:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look at International Dubbing

That Fellow In The Coat looks at the world of cartoon dubbing, mainly looking at the efforts from the United States, Arabia, Brazil and the Netherlands.


Episode 13:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Animated Features (1942-1949)

That Fellow In The Coat continues to look at the history of Disney animation: this time looking at the package films of the 1940's.


Episode 12:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top Greatest Animated Heroes

That Fellow In The Coat counts down the greatest animated characters who save our lives with every new episode.


Episode 11:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at ALF

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at one of NBC's biggest successes: the science-fiction sitcom ALF.


Episode 10:
That Fellow In The Coat: Harry Potter at the Multiplex

That Fellow In The Coat explores J.K. Rowling's magical world as adapted on the silver screen.


Episode 9:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Look Back at Disney's Animated Features (1937-1942)

The first episode of a multi-part series, That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the first animated features to come out of the Walt Disney Studios.


Episode 8:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top Greatest Batman Villains

That Fellow In The Coat counts down the Dark Knight's greatest and baddest foes.


Episode 7:
That Fellow In The Coat: More of the Top Greatest Voice Actors

That Fellow In The Coat continues to list off his favourite voice actors, this time cobbling together footage cut from the first smash hit episode.


Episode 6:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Batman

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the history of one of the most popular superheroes in both literature and cinema: The Dark Knight himself, Batman.


Episode 5:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Stanley Kubrick

That Fellow In The Coat pays homage to the controversial director Stanley Kubrick and the brilliant landmark productions he brought to the screen.


Episode 4:
That Fellow In The Coat: Character Profile - Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the hungry Wile E Coyote and the Road Runner who eludes him in this new Character Profile.


Episode 3:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top Most Annoying Nostalgic Characters

That Fellow In The Coat takes a look at the characters who irritated us (though mainly him) in our childhood.


Episode 2:
That Fellow In The Coat: A Tribute to Mel Brooks

That Fellow In The Coat pays special tribute to the comedy master himself: Mel Brooks, the director of The Producers, Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein and other classic comedies.


Episode 1:
That Fellow In The Coat: The Top Greatest Voice Actors

In the second season premiere, That Fellow In The Coat lists off the greatest voice actors who helped massively in turning many animated characters to life.

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