• 5 Mar 3rd, 2017 at 12:12PM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 25th Mar, 2017 06:33:16 AM
    I remember watching this old TV show as a kid. I think the formula was that every episode, we'd be on some sort of CGI roller coaster, which took us to three of many different CGI themed buildings. In each house, was a live-action adult, who would do something like show an arts-and-crafts project or sing a song. The only song I remember was about moving, and the chorus went something like this:

    Moving, moving can be a scary thing

    Not knowing where you're going

    Can leave a-wondering (?)

    How long it takes for you to drive

    What you see when you arrive:

    Scary ghosts

    Or smiling eyes

    Or dinosaurs that fly!

    Also, the last words of the song where "Really really...cool!"

    Does anything like this exist? Reply

      It's a bump

      Another Bump

      Bump the Third

      Could it be Dinosaur Train? I don't think it would stop at different buildings, but every episode would start on a train ride and there'd always be singing involved. Plus, the end of each episode had a live-action adult in it.

      No, that's not it. There might have been a non-human animated character (like a robot or ghost or something), but it's not Dinosaur Train. Thanks for trying though.

      If it helps, I remember the CGI roller coaster part being a POV shot.
  • 0 Mar 25th, 2017 at 6:06AM
    Print Comic
    I'm trying to find a W.I.T.C.H comic that I read in a magazine. It probably wasn't in a regular graphic novel because the story was too short. In the comic, Taranee is being bullied by Uriah and his friends, until Irma comes along and uses her powers to spray them with water from a water fountain. Martin and Nigel may have been involved, but I'm not sure. Does anyone who knows W.I.T.C.H know what this could be? I've looked at the comics on the W.I.T.C.H wiki site and haven't found anything. Reply
  • 19 Jan 13th, 2017 at 2:02PM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 25th Mar, 2017 05:55:38 AM
    I remember seeing a little bit of this cartoon where there were a bunch of kids playing soccer outside of a building. A younger boy tries to get the ball, but is overtaken by an older boy and made fun of for his size. They're about to argue but are called inside to the building, which I think was some kind of library or school. I think the kids that went into the building were going to listen to a story or something, or maybe listen to a lesson of some kind. The teacher/storyteller might have been some kind of animal, but I'm not sure. The setting looked almost like the Australian outback: a flat rocky plain wih red dust for the ground, and sparse trees. Any idea what this could be? Reply




      Okay, prooobably the least helpful answer ever, but I suppose you could try the "All CGI Cartoon" page if you haven't already.

      Bump. Okay, I'll check that out.

      Bump. I checked the All-CGI Cartoon page but I couldn't find anything that looked like it.

      All of the characters were people and not animals, but could it be Ivan the Incredible?

      Around what time/where did you watch this show?

      I saw it years ago. Probably around the early 2000s.

      Definitely not Ivan the Incredible; the style was completely different.



      It was airing in the United States, if that helps. I'm not sure what the cartoon's country of origin was, though.





      Hi, could it possibly be Outback (movie)?

      "In the outback of Australia, the coward white koala Johnny is bullied by the other animals because of his color. When Johnny meets the Tasmanian devil Hamish and his friend, the mute photographer monkey Higgens, he is invited to join a traveling circus and Johnny leaves the wilderness to be an attraction in the sideshow. While traveling to Precipice Lake, the wagon car of Johnny, Hamish and Higgens releases from the train and they crash in the desert. They walk together to the new location and stumbles with an oasis with a billabong, and they see a pack of dingoes attacking the animals. Johnny accidentally frightens the wild dogs that return to their boss, the evil crocodile Bog in Precipice Lake and Hamish introduces Johnny bragging that he is hero The Koala Kid. They are welcomed by the locals and Johnny is worshiped by the little Charlotte despite the disbelief of her sister Miranda. But when Charlotte is wrongly kidnapped by the dingoes, Johnny has to prove to himself that he can beat Bog and rescue Charlotte."

      No, I checked out Outback, but the CGI is very different from what I remember, and the characters I remember were all human. The CGI animation kind of reminded me of early RWBY if that helps (except that it came way before RWBY) if it was cel-shaded. Or maybe like Burka Avenger (again, the cartoon I saw was before that came out), but with not as good CGI. The clip I'm thinking of aired in the United States, and was probably on Playhouse Disney if I had to guess what channel it was, but I could be wrong.
  • 0 Mar 25th, 2017 at 5:05AM
    Live Action TV
    I am trying to find an old French TV show. I can't remember the name, but it is about a demon girl who is desperately trying to get a religious guy to sign a contract with a devil. I remember that the demon girl has very short dark hair, and she communicates with the devil via a laptop (he is depicted as a cartoon character). And at the very end an angel saves the guy from signing the contract, because the demon girl regretted not making her physical appearance a blonde (the guy is apparently into blondes)(and they had an agreement that the demon girl would stop bothering the guy if she regrets just one thing). Reply
  • 0 Mar 25th, 2017 at 1:01AM
    Some time in the mid to late 70's I was a contestant on a game show filmed in California that was either never aired or aired once in a limited market (not CA, I'm thinking Nevada maybe?) It involved asking kids questions? I remember so little of it except I didn't win lol. I was very young at the time and it was cancelled quickly. Was wondering if anyone has any ideas what the name of the show was? I'm just curious. Reply
  • 2 Mar 24th, 2017 at 8:08PM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2017 09:47:53 PM
    Hi there. I remember a show of some sort that I watched a long time ago. Basically it involved two anthropomorphic pigs that were friends. One of them was always cheerful or stupid and the other was the main character. They end up having to go to their equivalent of the afterlife for some reason and are strictly warned not to tell anyone that they're alive. Once there, the main character speaks with his aunt who is a skeleton save for the presence of hair and glasses. His dumb friend keeps trying to greet her by kissing her hand but he ends up pulling off bone after bone and simply stuffing them in her purse. In the middle of the conversation she says "Hey I just realized somethin' You fellas ain't dead." The main character tries to assure her that they are. He uses one of her bones and whacks himself over the head with it. He says "See? Can't feel a thing. Dead Dead Dead." It doesn't work and they have to run. I think it may have had to do with Halloween but its most distinguishing feature was the fact that it was all done in claymation and the characters moved very awkwardly. Thanks in advance for any help you can give. Reply

      Perhaps it could have been something from Will Vinton's Claymation Comedy of Horrors?

      That's the show. Thank you very much.
  • 2 Mar 24th, 2017 at 9:09PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2017 09:15:38 PM
    the protagonist was a little boy who had a clockwork pocket watch that could stop time and it used to help people or do stuff like playing as goalkeeper on soccer, the watch was gifted to him by some kind of mailer or some other kind of uniformed worker that's all i can remember as of this question Reply
  • 9 Aug 13th, 2015 at 12:12PM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2017 07:18:17 PM
    2 flash games (I'm pretty sure they were both on Newgrounds).

    1. There is a planet floating in the middle of the screen, and there are these enemy spaceships trying to destroy it. To defeat them, you click on the ships and the missiles they fire to make them crash into each other. As you keep playing, your planet evolves and gains these big spikes that help protect the planet should one of the enemies attack it.

    2. It's like a tower defense game, only it's a side-scrolling platformer. You can choose a monster to play as (I chose ghost, though I think you could also choose a zombie and a vampire.) You are placed in an arena with several platforms and a big object in the middle that you have to protect from swarms of enemies who come in from the sides. There are 2 ways to defeat enemies: You can attack them, or eat them. Eating enemies fills up a meter that allows your character to evolve. Every time you evolve, you can choose one of 2 forms, each of which has unique strengths and weaknesses.

    Any idea of what these games are? Reply

      The second one sounds like Trap Master.

      That's not it. The play style is very similar, but those aren't the same monsters from the game I played. Also, I don't think there was any blood.

      The first one is definitely Tetraform. It took me a while.

      TroperFromItaly, you are awesome.

      I was trying to remember more about the 2nd game, I remembered that the enemies were little silhouette creatures wielding spears and other weapons.

      Bump. Doesn't anyone know what the 2nd one is?


      Have you tried asking on Newgrounds forums?

      Do I need an account on Newgrounds to do that? I don't want to make one just to ask this one question.

      I FINALLY FOUND THE SECOND ONE! It's called NTCreature2.
  • 3 Mar 23rd, 2017 at 6:06PM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2017 06:49:43 PM
    I don't remember much more then the main character being blonde, he accidentally breaks a vase and finds his dad's necklace which can summon a monster, I remember he fights medusa one episode but I can't really remember much more. Reply


      sounds like Huntik: secrets and seekers. it's on netflix now, blond kid, named Locke.

      thank you both so much

  • 2 Mar 24th, 2017 at 4:04PM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2017 05:06:15 PM
    So there was this show... It had two guys and a girl, and the lead guy always used to get with supernatural sh*t Like I remember once he got possessed by a dog ghost and slowly turned into a dog, other time they were in a diner that was inside a train cart that was gonna crash by ghost who were killed in it 50 years ago, and other time a mermaid turned him into a merman for legs or something like that. I'm dying to find that show! Reply

      Seriously Weird

      Another show that is often asked about here and yet doesn't have a page here yet
  • 2 Mar 24th, 2017 at 5:05AM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2017 01:39:11 PM
    Kids prank boy worms parasite Reply

      Srry i was testing this feature. Im trying find a tv show or movie where some kids leave a boy in a pit or hole and hes yelling at them to being him up while they laugh at him. Soon later, the boy just stands in place, worms are moving towards him. I dont remember if they went inside him like parasites, theres a brief glimpse of his eyes, where you can see the worms. The kids later freak out and run away. I remember seeing this on tv and it fascinated me.

      This scene from The X-Files: Fight the Future?
  • 3 Mar 20th, 2017 at 4:04PM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2017 01:12:44 PM
    I'm not sure if it was Canadian, but it played during 2000-2010 in between shows on the Canadian children's broadcasting called YTV, usually during weekdays, not weekends. I don't even really remember what it was about but it featured animated creatures (insect like things i think?) that only spoke gibberish. It was really creepy! I remember one episode was centered around a circus and there was a character that resembled a bat/vampire with a twin, and they performed in the circus at the end. The very last part was when the vampire creature turned into a bat and flew towards the screen. It had a really long white face with small eyes and fangs in its mouth. I think it had a blue body? Reply

      Hey, could it have been the Insektors? Or Minuscule?

      This may have been asked before: Wild Wild Circus Company?

  • 2 Sep 22nd, 2016 at 7:07AM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2017 12:16:32 PM
    Alright, this might be a little vague, but I'm looking for the name of a side-scroller game for PC featuring the Power Rangers. It would have been made/ released between 1998 and 2005. Probably. The game mechanics are pretty simple: you navigate a Power Ranger riding on a flying jetski up/ down to avoid obstacles, while blasting the enemies who are flying in from the right side of the screen. The blaster had only one sound effect, a very specific sound, almost like a robot trying to say "kitty-boh-boh," if the robot's voice chip had only the sounds of explosions to work with. (Forgive my terrible onomatopoeia.) I think the enemies were puttys, so maybe it was the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers? I can't say for sure.

    The game was very cheaply made/ cheap looking, and I think it might have been the sort of game you get as a CD that comes in a box of cereal. Any help figuring out what this game was called would be appreciated! Reply

      The Jetski thing suggests that it was a Lost Galaxy game (they had the Jet Jammers)

      ^ It's entirely possible that the game was based on Lost Galaxy, but google searching for "power rangers 'lost galaxy' 'computer game'" and variants thereof hasn't helped me find the game I'm looking for. Thanks for the suggestion, though.
  • 3 Mar 20th, 2017 at 4:04PM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2017 10:31:33 AM
    I saw this as a kid and it was weird, the kid's gadgets were of course based off of toys. And from what I can recall it was just called "The Boy". Reply

      Not sure about the toy part, but there is Bruno the Kid.

      Yeah that's not it.

      How long ago was this? Do you remember where/how he got the gadgets - like did he make them, steal them, given to him by a scientist in the agency?
  • 1 Mar 24th, 2017 at 5:05AM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 24th Mar, 2017 06:57:34 AM
    I remember watching a movie when I was a kid. It was about a brother and his sister moving in with a grumpy old man who disliked toys, but somewhere along the movie the kids end up in "Toyland" or something. From what I can remember they meet Humpty Dumpty, I believe but I might be wrong. In the end, Wind-up toy soldiers attack of defend the town. Reply
  • 0 Mar 23rd, 2017 at 6:06PM
    It involved a darwinist future where everyone was assigned a mate to assure best genetic offspring. The main character gets a job as a detective in intern, with a UFO like robot buddy that has a built in laser.

    I can't remember the name but the first book I read involved racial tensions about this future where everyone is so handpicked that people with albinism and light skin are actually targets. Reply
  • 4 Mar 22nd, 2017 at 12:12PM
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Mar, 2017 05:37:06 PM
    I can't remember the name of a show I used to watch. It was about a kid who gets famous car parts to make a famous race car by winning a race. The car was similar to the Mach 5 Reply

      It was also an carton series

      This is out of my wheel-house, but you may want to reference a few things to help narrow it down for others. Do you know when it came out, remember what the kid looked like as far as height, hair, and age, also what the race's prize was maybe? Also this sounds like anime, is it?

      I know nothing about this anime except that it's about racing but Initial D?

      Speed Racer: The Next Generation
  • 2 Mar 16th, 2017 at 12:12PM
    Web Original
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Mar, 2017 04:44:37 PM
    This one might be a bit obscure, but there was this video of a funny custom Guitar Hero III song I saw that was just a bunch of rapid-fire 5-fret chords, all star power notes, set to AC/DC's Thunderstruck (it was kind of a pun, since each star power note would summon a lightning bolt from above). Not sure who made the video, but chances are it could be Exile Lord, since some of his videos feature him customizing the game. Reply
  • 2 Mar 22nd, 2017 at 11:11PM
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Mar, 2017 04:38:49 PM
    It was halloween themed, i remember it had a main character whi was a skull and bones, had a set if creepy twins, but it was a children's show. There was a girl i think named misty or something, and she was v dark and sad. I cant remember anything else, but it took place in a huuuge mansion Reply
  • 4 Mar 20th, 2017 at 12:12AM
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Mar, 2017 03:41:12 PM
    I'm trying to find a closeup shot of a sword or knife emerging from a man's mouth. Trying to depict a visual from the book of Revelation. Any ideas where I could find a scene like that? Reply

      Sometimes in The Addams Family. Gomez would try to swallow a sword. Is that useful?

      Do you mean something like Guernica?

      Thanks Unicorndance, I'm searching for something a little more cinematic than that. Omeganian, ideally it would be live action, albeit, surreal live action.

      The movie Altered States has a lot of surreal imagery based on religion and Revelation, maybe it will have something. It's been ages since I've seen it, so sadly I can't say for sure whether or not it has the "sword from the mouth" imagery.
  • 0 Mar 23rd, 2017 at 12:12PM
    Live Action TV
    I was in california recently and I watched a Japanese crime/detective show on TV. The most notable part of this show was that as the police characters were explaining what happened in the crime scene, a man in a blue morph suit would play as the victim and reenact the crime.. Reply
  • 6 Sep 18th, 2016 at 9:09PM
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Mar, 2017 12:41:10 PM
    It was a game and you had this half-circle thing in your backpack. You could visit multiple buildings including the home of a guy who is never home, a dude that thinks your the paperboy, a house where there's a piano, a shop where you can buy bad jokes.

    Does anyone know what I'm tallking about or did I make the game up? Reply

      Did it have graphics? What were they like?

      It had graphics, can't remember them enough to describe. I think it was in the 90;s though

      PC game or console game? EDIT- Oh, I see the title now. Sorry. What was the objective?

      I honestly don't remember. I think that the half-circle thing is part of it because I vaguely remember you getting the second half from the piano house later in the game

      Bump. I also remember how at the guy who is never home, you can leave a message for him. I don't remember if he ever followed up on it


      - it was also in the first person perspective
  • 2 Mar 22nd, 2017 at 5:05PM
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Mar, 2017 12:28:17 PM
    I've been trying to remember this cartoon for ages with nothing showing up on google so hope someone can help me remember the name! Think that's it could be from between the 90's to early 2000's

    It was a cartoon with a white dog who walked on his back legs. I distinctly remember one episode he wanted to catch the moon so piled chairs and tables from his house on top of a hill to reach, which he couldn't. So instead he blew up a white balloon and pretended that it was the moon.

    Another part of an episode I remember is him being chased into a castle by some other animal.

    I hope someone out there has even the slightest idea of this cartoon and can help me out! I also think it was a UK thing. Reply
  • 0 Mar 23rd, 2017 at 11:11AM
    Live Action TV
    I need help remembering the name of a show that was on KERA (PBS station in Dallas, Texas) but could have been shown elsewhere. 1970s or early 80s, children's show about math with a teacher/host that was an older guy with bushy eyebrows and a raspy voice. Anyone know what I'm talking about? Reply