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  • Director: Meat Dept
  • Writer: John Scalzi,Meat Dept,Tim Miller
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: May 14, 2021
  • Runtime: 12 minutes
  • Sound mix: Stereo, Dolby Atmos
  • Love, Death and Robots Season 2 is a collection of animated shorts produced by Netflix  . The film will hit Netflix on May 14, 2021. 
    The show is a collection of animated shorts covering science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy. 


    • Release date May 14, 2021
    • Filming locations Chicago, Illinois, USA
    • Production companies Atoll Studio, Blur Studio, Netflix Studios

    Movie reviews

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    • By Amara 2022-10-01 16:01:21

      Detailed E01Automated Customer Service [Automated Customer Service]

      Each episode of Love Dead has two titles. Title and Icon. This article also focuses on the analysis of these two.

      E01.Automated Customer Service [Automated Customer Service]

    • By Coralie 2022-09-30 06:16:19

      My Judgment Criteria - Junji Ito

      The first season of "Love Dead" a few years ago was very flamboyant, and "Zuma Blue" stood out so amazingly, which made most fans feel that the second season was a bit slippery. At this time, I would like to raise some objections: Can you really beat the first season without "Zuma Blue"? Don't you remember the episodes that were pulled down?

      It's just that the level of the second season is more average (even the theme is quite average), and it...

    • By Allan 2022-09-27 12:29:32

      The sequel to the pinnacle of Yellow Storm animation. . (evaluation per episode)

      finally come! Since the renewal broke out in 2019, it was originally launched last year. Due to the epidemic, it was delayed again and again, so I was looking for some piecemeal news, and finally released it today. I was only a sophomore in high school when I thought about watching the first season. The second season is already a college student. The shock and surprise of watching "Love Dead" can still be recalled now. Although it is a pity that there are only 8 episodes...

    • By Keanu 2022-09-19 05:22:56

      Detailed E03 Pop Squad

      Each episode of Love Dead has two titles. Title and Icon. This article also focuses on the analysis of these two.

      E03.Pop Squad[Modern Correction Team]

      First explain why it is translated this way (Modern Jisheng Team). Look...

    • By Darius 2022-09-17 21:34:33

      Appreciation of the elegant and profound monologue of the male protagonist of this season's E08 "The Drowned Giant"

      drowning giant

      The Drowned Giant

      There had been a heavy rainstorm the night before, so it was mid-afternoon when local fishermen spotted it and got word into town.

      There had been a big storm the night before. And so, it was late morning before the town heard...

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    • By Marcelino 2022-09-17 23:34:47

      The whole is not as creative as the first season. I like the style of "Tall Grass" very much; the alien version of Santa Claus in "The Whole House" is very interesting; "The Drowned Giant" feels the huge loneliness, a song written for life The prose poems, staring at the giants on the beach all day is quite...

    • By Eliza 2022-09-17 23:20:08

      If the project is maintained every two or three years, it can be reviewed every ten years and it can become a history of animation technology and imagination....

    • By Audreanne 2022-09-17 22:50:02

      The colossus in the final episode is like a show about the love of death robots itself. Searching for curiosity, boasting, and appreciating all kinds of psychology drive people to come bustlingly, the split "body parts" are scattered in different corners subtly, and the "giant" eventually decays and perishes, no longer exists, but also...

    • By Trystan 2022-09-17 19:27:09

      "It's a pity not to watch it and regret it after watching it"...

    • By Aryanna 2022-09-17 18:41:49

      Is there really no other content about love, death, and robots? Doomsday, strange talk, transformation of people, artificial intelligence, and no good story support in the case of repeated elements, aesthetic fatigue is an inevitable...