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To put it simply, The Mysterious Mr. Enter is more polarizing than a magnet. He holds the distinction of being both one of the most well-liked and one of the most hated animation reviewers out there. As he shares his opinion on various Animated Shows, we shall share our opinions on his work as well.

  • Acceptable Targets:
    • Modern Nickelodeon and their parent company Viacom, at least prior to 2016, as seen by him devoting the month of April 2014 to showing how the network has fallen and why it needs to die. And this is without even touching his former whipping boy, post-movie SpongeBob.
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    • Viacom, with him going as far as to say that they were the worst company in the United States on product quality alone. And that's not getting into their malicious business practices, such as uploading their own videos onto YouTube and making it look like they were stolen in order to sue Google for over a billion dollars. On one of his journal entries, a comment asked what would happen if the company went out of business or bankrupt. He said "The world would be a better place".
    • Autism Speaks. As he is someone who has Asperger's Syndrome, and therefore on the autism spectrum, he finds the organization misguided and condescending at best and hateful and dehumanizing at worst, as shown in this video.
    • Not even YouTube is safe from this. He criticizes them constantly for their broken careless policies towards copyright, such as allowing anyone to make copyright claims against videos regardless of the video's content and pretending that they follow fair use when in reality they don't give much attention. He did a full rant of it in his "Technocracy" documentaries, also complaining that Peluchin Entertainment still had an account at the moment.
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    • News that Twitter is founding its Trust and Safety Council has given Mr. Enter enough of a reason to open fire on them.
    • Enter himself is a target to certain people who find his cynical style of criticism too mean-spirited and feeling that the Animated Atrocities meme has gone out of proportion.
  • Animation Age Ghetto: Many criticize Enter for taking animation too seriously, but never bat an eye to the many other Caustic Critics that have similarly harsh reactions to live-action films, implying this trope is in effect with Enter's detractors.
  • Author's Saving Throw:
    • As stated below, some people thought he was going overboard with his anger as of late. In his review of The Problem Solverz, when he's about to completely explode at the episode, the Crazy Old Man reappears and basically tells him to get a grip. This continues further into his remake of his review of Pet Sitter Pat completely keeping himself in check and repeating how he wouldn't attack the people who made the episode no matter how much he hated the episode.
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    • People who complained about poor video editing and the repetition of clips were pleased when he hired an editor.
    • As a response to some of his more hated reviews (Rocket Monkeys, 12 oz. Mouse), Enter announced he'd go back and review said shows with a different perspective.
    • Further still, his website has versions of his older reviews that fix the issues that plagued them originally. They also cut out the nastier insults that he was infamous for originally.
    • After getting complaints about his thumbnails looking too bland and uninspired, he hired an artist to fix that issue. From "Ink Lemonade" onward, his thumbnails are now styled like episode cards, with Mr. Enter being drawn in the style of the show he's reviewing. And it looks amazing.
  • Broken Base:
    • His speech at the end of his "Twilight's Kingdom" review — A Moment of Awesome and a case of Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped, or another case of Mr. Enter sticking his fingers in his ears and refusing to hear any criticism delivered to something he personally liked?note 
      • Next to his "Twilight's Kingdom" review, ironically enough came the already polarizing "Fame and Misfortune", an episode he loathed and ripped a new one due to his view of the show's writers attempting to strawman the fanbase and hiding it in an affectionate jab. The division comes on whether Enter is right and the show truly was making fun of the fans's tendencies to take the show too serious and refusing criticism or some feel he misinterprets the message and riffed too hard on it and the episode itself. This was not helped that it was the first time in years Enter tackled an MLP episode since Season 4.
    • The first few minutes of the "April 9th" review takes this to another level: Whether it is an awesome Take That! towards the folks who argue against Enter by saying "Cartoons are for kids, and that's that" or it's nothing more than an angry and mean-spirited jab towards such individuals' opinions. This was addressed in his "Troll" review, and Mr. Enter admitted that it would likely end up as such when he discussed the topic of trolls and cyber-bullying. Sure enough, that was exactly what happened, as the comments for the review mention people defending trolling.
    • In his review of Elf Bowling: The Movie, many could tell that Mr. Enter sounded more frustrated with the movie's faults than in his other reviews, which could be heard in his tone of voice from the very beginning of the review. Some people enjoyed his strong reactions and felt that it was deserved considering the movie's quality, while other people felt that he overdid his reactions and wished that he had toned his voice down throughout the review.
    • Because 12 oz. Mouse is a Cult Classic that runs on Stylistic Suck and has a intensely polarizing viewership, his video on it created quite a debate in the comment section, with one side stating that comparing it to other shows and reviewing it out of context is a wrong approach, while the other arguing that a bad show doesn't become better if it's bad on purpose.
    • His The Legend of Korra review is one of his longest (and most polarising) reviews. Though most people have been civil over his opinions over the series, some of them aren't as happy that he didn't like Season 1, or say that Mr Enter should consider creating a third series for animation that is between Admirable and Atrocious due to Korra's mixed reputation.
    • He panned Big Mouth pretty hard, despite it getting very good reviews from mainstream critics. Needless to say, this has created a divide similar to the 12 oz. Mouse, with some people claiming he just "didn't get" the humor in the series, and others agreeing that despite the positive reviews it got, it was actually a disturbing work of borderline child pornography.
    • A more recent example is that Mr. Enter's review have been getting longer (for example, his Re-Animated review was 40 minutes long — and that was only part one). Many of his fans appreciate the extra analysis, but there are some who feel he just drones on.
    • The people who do like Mr. Enter are split over whether Animated Atrocities or Admirable Animation is his better series. People who like Admirable Animation prefer it due to it generally having less of Mr. Enter's infamous rants, and people who prefer Animated Atrocities find it more entertaining than Admirable Animation, mainly because of how bad some of the things he reviews are.
  • Creepy Cute: Mr. Enter's new avatar, currently the main page image.
  • Critical Research Failure:
    • In Cars 2, Mr. Enter says that oil rigs don't have fire on top. Except that they do and that it's used to burn the oil residues and gasses that can't be used from crude oil.
    • In his review for Ren Seeks Help, Mr. Enter points out how Mr. Horse already knows Ren's name despite no introductions being made. While Ren & Stimpy tends to eschew continuity, there have been a few episodes that show Ren and Mr. Horse know each other personally. For instance, "Insomniac Ren" shows that they're golf buddies.
    • On his Worst Cartoons of the 2000's video, he says that Drawn Together cannot subvert a source material if the material is already subversive. The source material it parodies is the Shrek and Fiona transformation/kiss scene from Shrek 2. Shrek 2, along with all the other Shrek films, is not a straight parody.
    • In the review of the Donkey Kong Country cartoon, he mentioned that the robot version of Donkey Kong appeared as a trophy in Super Smash Bros.. This isn't true - the footage he showed in the video was likely of a modded version of the game, and Nintendo has actually never acknowledged the cartoon's existence outside of a few elements that made their way into the games, such as the Crystal Coconut and Cranky's Mad Scientist tendencies.
    • During his The Legend of Korra review, he mentioned that Fire Lord Ozai cannot lightning bend. He actually can; what he cannot do is redirect lightning.
    • In his review of Seth Mac Farlanes Cavalcade Of Cartoon Comedy, he claims that Hinduism is one of the least popular mainstream religions. Hinduism is very popular, with over a billion adherents worldwide, making it the world's third largest religion.
    • In his review of Robotboy, he claims that the show was made in flash animation, even though many people in the comment section have pointed out that the show was actually animated in digital ink and paint.
    • In his review of Cans without Labels, he cites Cuphead as an example of Retraux done right. Except that the footage he showed wasn't actually from Cuphead, but from DA Games' Filk Song of the game "Brothers in Arms".
    • In his Pixel Pinkie review, he claims that "aubergine" is a made-up color when the show's Alpha Bitch is deciding between a red or reddish-purple colored T-shirt for her awkward love interest. However, in a case of Separated by a Common Language, "aubergine" is what Americans would refer to as "eggplant".
  • Crosses the Line Twice: "Viacom Sues Life". It would sound petty, but the way he presents it is just wrong to the point of hilarity.
  • Dork Age: Somewhat ironically, considering that his whole show is about reviewing bad episodes of cartoons, Mr. Enter himself entered such a period during mid-late 2015. Between reviewing Animated Atrocities that many of his viewers actually liked (such as 12 oz. Mouse) and making an entire episode (his review of "There is No Business Like Monkey Business") which was nothing more than a Take That! towards fans who sent in requests, and therefore didn't even talk about the episode until more than halfway through while being less than five minutes long, many viewers did not find these very funny or interesting which didn't help with the fact that his video schedule was pretty irregular and infrequent, with him usually posting a video once every two weeks. Even his Admirable Animations at that time, notably "Test of the Tested", were criticized for being just a Author Filibuster on the state of education in the United States. Fortunately, after his 100th Animated Atrocity special (Drawn Together The Movie) his later episodes returned to the quality of earlier seasons, and he started posting videos on a weekly, semi-consistent basis.
  • Fandom Rivalry: With RebelTaxi, sparked by Pan mentioning his dislike for Enter. But while there are people on both sides with distaste for Taxi or Enter for their differing styles, there are people that simply like both just fine. However, with the release of his video calling out people such as RebelTaxi (which Pan and Izzy have commented on), it's likely that the two channels have since reconciled
  • Friendly Fandoms: With PhantomStrider, due to their mutual respect of one another, and Enter's desire to do a crossover.
    • Enter and PieGuyRulz fans tend to overlap with each other, due to their collab on the "Truth or Square" review giving the later's channel a significant boost in popularity. It helps that despite the two not keeping in touch, they've still openly expressed respect for each other.
  • "Funny Aneurysm" Moment:
    • In the Chicken Little review, Mr. Enter jokes that the blatant usage of pre-existing songs (rather than making your own as par for the Disney course) will get him taken down for copyright. Not long after, he got into severe copyright trouble for his My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic reviews and other videos, including one that was two seconds long and reviews of fan-made episodes. And then, in January 2015, he got rather briefly suspended. It doesn't help that when he reviewed The Groovenians, he said: "I figured how to get around Viacom."
    • In his "Pinkie Apple Pie" review, he talks about feeling spoiled by how good Season 4 has been and wonders if he's been too nice in his reviews, speculating that he might be tempted to overcompensate if a genuinely bad episode should come along. The next episode to air would be "Rainbow Falls", his personal second least favorite episode of the entire series, and what he considers to be the worst episode of the show objectively.
    • The jokes about the 3 AM uploads don't seem quite as funny anymore after this video revealed that he uploaded in the wee hours of the morning because he was suffering from insomnia.
  • Harsher in Hindsight:
    • He stated that his deceased dog Patrick was named after Patrick Star, who would later become his most hated character on SpongeBob.
    • Mr Enter's offense at "Seahorse Seashell Party", for sending the message that children with abusive parents should stay in their dysfunctional family dynamics for their abusers' benefit, becomes becomes even more poignant when, in his (now deleted) "Top 11 Worst Episodes (Year 1)" video, he reveals that he grew up in similar living conditions.
    • He stated in his The Problem Solverz review that watching the series gave him eye strain, a month later he was diagnosed with myopia and now has to wear glasses.
    • All the way back in 2013 he decided on making a Blip account but didn't go through with it due to Blip not allowing him to join. Two year later, it was revealed that Blip was shutting down.
    • In his Shorty McShorts' Shorts review, Enter says "If this isn't Disney's worst animated show, I don't know what is", referring to said shorts. This came before Pickle and Peanut, generally considered one of Disney XD's worst shows.
    • Two weeks before his Caspar and the Angels review, in which he was very critical towards Hairy Scary in particular, Hairy Scary's actor John Stephenson died of Alzheimer's disease. Mr Enter has stated in his journal on the worst things he has reviewed in 2015 that he doesn't blame him for Hairy Scary.
    • He refused to review Clarence due to the suspension of its creator after sexually assaulting women on the Cartoon Network staff, as it made Enter too uncomfortable to even mention what the creator had done. Then a very similar situation occured with the creator of The Loud House- a show Enter had already praised several times, before the revelations.
      • Further making things depressing was the fact that Enter reviewed a bad episode only a week before the scandal arose.
    • During his "Top 20 Worst Cartoon Theme Songs" list, when discussing Captain Planet's season 6 theme, there's a quick skit of Ma-Ti Rage Quitting over it. While still funny, the crossover episode in OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes reveals that the Planeteers did disband for completely unrelated reasons, with Kwame as the only one left.
    • His "Ink Lemonade" review, his first Animated Atrocity of a SpongeBob episode in yearsnote , was posted only one day before the passing of SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg.
    • In his video about his favorite My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic writers, he mentions how never he came across an MA Larson episode that he dislikes. His first MLP review after 4 years of not reviewing the show is "Fame And Misfortune" , an episode he did write, which he reviewed as an animated atrocity. note 
  • Heartwarming in Hindsight:
    • In his review to "Fresh Heir", after Chris asked Peter if a father can actually marry his own son (it's a long story), Peter quips about gay people marrying, with Mr. Enter's response being: "And these stupid jokes might be why it's taking so long to legalize gay marriage." Several months later, same-sex marriage was deemed legal in the entire United States.
    • His "we need to talk" video was predated by Stuff With Scout McFly's own talking the same issues with only differences.
    • While his "Ink Lemonade" review was made very shortly before Stephen Hillenburg's death, he did praise Hillenburg's efforts by reminding the viewers that Season 10 to 11 are an improvement and almost on the same level as the original 3. It's almost like he is giving a farewell to this legend.
    • On the subject of SpongeBob atrocities, there's the ending of the crossover "Truth or Square" atrocity with Pieguyrulz. Both of predict that the twentieth anniversary special (then five years away) is going to to be made with even less money and effort. The actual twentieth anniversary special got a much better reception than "Truth or Square" and included elements that critics like Enter and Pieguy complained were absent from the tenth anniversary special, such as reusing minor characters and editing the live action segments to better fit the tone of the show.
  • He Panned It, Now He Sucks!: He gets this a lot. Among other things, many people have not taken well to his negative opinions of The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack and The Aristocats. This especially occurs when he gives a negative review of a Friendship Is Magic episode.
    • In particular, his very negative review of "Putting Your Hoof Down" — which he considers the single worst episode of the series, though not on a technical level (that infamy goes to "Rainbow Falls") — touched a nerve with many Fluttershy fans (ironically, Fluttershy is his favorite character on the show). They were enraged further with his rant at the end of his review of "Keep Calm and Flutter On". His negative reviews of "May The Best Pet Win" and "Power Ponies" also made plenty of people mad.
      • More controversial was him choosing Dave Polsky as his favorite MLP writer and Charlotte Fullerton as his least favorite. Fullerton was traditionally considered one of the show's best writers (a point Mr. Enter specifically addresses and debunks), while Polsky was – up until Season 4 – traditionally considered one of the worst (and even then, fans are still divided over the quality of some of his season four episodes like "Daring Don't" and "Equestria Games").
      • He attempted to get ahead of the flames at the beginning of his extraordinarily negative review of Friendship is Witchcraft, specifically pointing out the brutal savaging Voice Of Reason had gotten from the series' (loud and aggressive) fans with his negative FIW review a few months earlier. Unlike VoR's video, Mr. Enter's review has a net positive rating, but it still ended up with the most dislikes of any video on his channel for a while.
      • Much of the collective fanbase for previous My Little Pony generations haven't taken kindly to his negative reviews of G3.
    • Nickelodeon Month itself was perhaps the most controversial thing that he's ever done, as more than half of the criticisms and accusations lodged at him revolve around that series of reviews alone.
      • Breadwinners turned out to be one of the few Atrocities he's reviewed that had an actual fan-base... one who was not pleased with the very scathing review he gave of it, to the point of vandalizing this very page.
      • His review of Fanboy and Chum Chum. There were people asking him not to review that show. He did it anyway.
    • He was going to review the The Powerpuff Girls episode "See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey" for December 2013, but with so many asking him not to review the episode, he ultimately cancelled the review. He finally discussed it in the Top 11 That I'll Never Review video. He acknowledged the fans and the haters of the episode, and went on to point out that he was stuck between finding it Admirable (i.e. great singing from the main cast, and the concept) and Atrocious (i.e. the flimsy writing, and the handling of the Aesop.)
    • While not too bad, his Top 10 Worst Cartoons of the 2000's video has a fairly decent amount of disagreements, such as the inclusion of Drawn Together. He even says sorry immediately after it's revealed.
    • His review of King Star King garnered an odd variation of this, not for panning the show itself, but for believing that this sort of thing is the norm for [adult swim], with Rick and Morty being some sort of miraculous oddity, when most [adult swim] fans will tell you that shows like 12 oz. Mouse, Mr. Pickles, and King Star King are the exception, not the rule.
    • Although the rest of the countdown was well-received by most of his fans, some people found it questionable how Mr. Enter put the theme song from Kirby: Right Back at Ya! in his "Top 20 Worst Cartoon Theme Songs" list.
    • On his Twitter, he revealed that he found Moana to be So Okay, It's Average, and considered "Shiny" one of the worst Disney songs. This did not go without backlash.
    • His review for The Legend of Korra had quite a few people get mad that he didn't like the first 2 Seasons of the show (even though he said that Season 2 was better than Season 1 or that the last two seasons were an improvement.) or that he liked Avatar: The Last Airbender better.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight:
    • In the "Seahorse Seashell Party" review, when Brian gets attacked by bees during the Mushroom Samba, Mr. Enter states that he will not be playing that Nicholas Cage clip over it, due to seeing it as a Discredited Meme. Fast forward a few months to The Nostalgia Critic's Wicker Man review, and Tamara and Malcolm, in a parallel to the film, play a cult that forces reviewers to reference the scene if they review the movie, whether or not they still find a credible meme. For bonus points, the episode actually uses several Nostalgia Critic clips. And then, when the "It Ain't Easy Being Breezies" (which has a scene of Fluttershy taming bees) review came out, the description of the review said he still refused to do it.
    • Back when he was Brovania, his goal was to Let's Play all 1001 games from the book 1001 Games You Must Play Before You Die. Now he hates the book.
    • During the "Top 25 Most Disturbing Episodes of Kids' Cartoons" video, when Mr. Enter compares the plot of "Return of the Raggedy Android" to Windows 8 (specifically the problems it has compared to Windows 7), he ends this comparison by musing "God only knows what problems they're going to make with Windows 9...". This came out before it was announced that the next Windows OS to follow Windows 8 was... Windows 10. Another bit of hilarity came due to reports of Windows 10 bricking computers after it was released.
    • When talking about child characters, Mr. Enter explicitly used Steven as an example of how to do one well. This is pretty hilariously ironic given it was revealed in a later episode that Steven was actually 13 for the better part of the first season. (Although he was physically and mentally 8 due to his supernatural aging process)
    • During his rant in his "Top 10 Worst Squidward Torture Porns" video, where he finally gives up in questioning the writers' logic, he makes the statement that he wouldn't care if anyone said a cat could breathe underwater. That video was made just three weeks before the SpongeBob episode "Kenny the Cat" aired, which DID feature a cat breathing underwater.
    • In his Admirable Animations episode "3 Stories of What Could Have Been", his first subject is "Pigeon Man". He says that the original ending involved Pigeon Man jumping off the building after seeing that his birds left, and cites it as a sign of how Nick wasn't afraid to be mature and shocking years ago. An interview with Craig Bartlett later showed that this ending was just a rumor and the actual ending was always the intended ending.
    • In his review of "Finally A Lesson", he states that if the attitude of this show grew up 10 years earlier, they'd make an episode complaining about critics saying they're not solving mysteries with their talking animal sidekick. TTG actually does have an episode, "The Cruel Giggling Ghoul", that's basically Scooby-Doo but with the Teen Titans taking the place of Mystery Inc.
    • At the end of his "Fairly OddPet" review, he cuts off the review a bit early with an intentional Writer Cop Out (Played for Laughs) by saying because Timmy wished everything back to normal, Sparky was gone, and refusing to accept any claims that he's making it up. Come Season 10, and although with it came another widely-hated introduced character (Chloe), Sparky actually was removed from the show!
    • In his Cars 2 review, he goes on a rant about how spin-offs starring the plucky comic relief never work. In less then a year, Better Call Saul, a prequel series to Breaking Bad starring that show's comic relief Saul Goodman, came out and has recieved as much praise as the show it spun-off from.
    • In the "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue of the Truth or Square review, the demonic puppet from hell from the opening was turned into firewood. Come 3 years later, the Legend of Bookini Bottom Halloween special reuses the Truth or Square intro, minus the demon hell puppet.
    • His review of "The Big Switch-Aroo got released on the same day as a certain game console. Take a wild guess which one.
    • In his Seth Mac Farlanes Cavalcade Of Cartoon Comedy review, he wondered if Seth was venting at Disney for getting some of his best writers. They nabbed the rest of 20th Century Fox shortly after, including Family Guy and American Dad!. Seth doesn't have to be salty anymore.
    • In this essay about "One Bad Apple", he asks if the reader would buy it if Diamond Tiara turned out to have been bullied and was Easily Forgiven for all of her actions against the CMC. Replace bullying with an overbearing mother and you have the plot of "Crusaders of the Lost Mark".
    • In his Legends of Chamberlain Heights review, after complaining about how overpromoted the show is, he says that he wishes he could get rid of it and remarks that the last time he tried to get rid of an overexposed thing, it failed. This joke is followed by an Undertale spoof where Frisk meets Patrick, who plays the role of Sans. Three years later, a fan discovered that Sans' voice was actually a soundclip of Patrick played in reverse.
  • Hollywood Homely: Mr. Enter sometimes describes himself as unattractive or downright ugly. His fans disagree, if it wasn't for his scruffy beard, he would be fairly average looking. Heck, his beard actually gives him an Ugly Cute appeal.
  • Memetic Mutation:
    • "Who pooped in the peanut barrel?!" became a common in-joke from his fans after the teaser to his Elf Bowling review.
    • The line "Because... potatoes," used for scenes and/or plots that are just that incomprehensible.
    • "What I'm doing is wrong, I know it's wrong, but I'm gonna do it anyway," when a character is self-aware about their actions, but does it anyway.
    • On DeviantArt, there's a shitload of users' own Animated Atrocity and 1000/Admirable Animations notebook entries, complete with some of them even reviewing the same stuff he took on.
    • The lyrics uses to mocks the lyrics of the Braceface theme in Top 20 Worst Theme Songs (Part 1)
    Ducks! There's Some Adventure!
    • Top 20 Worst Theme Songs (Part 2) also brings up the "Typewriter Dance", associated with One Fine Day.Explanation 
    • In his "Top 11 Things That I'll Never Review" video, he (for some reason) used a cut-scene from Ape Escape to transition between the segments. If your read the comments section, almost all of them are about how powerful the Magic Punch is.
    • OH BOY, 3 A.M.! Explanation 
    • "Dis gon be good"Explanation 
    • Take a look at his "Little Clowns of Happytown" review, and go into the comments. The amount of "not advertiser-friendly" comments will keep you busy for hours.
      • From the same review, Awful B. Bad (or rather, his name) has also become a minor in-joke.
    • "It's a fucking can opener!" from the "Totally Busted" animated atrocity. His sheer bafflement at the idea of using a can opener to open a door is what really makes it.
      • Also from that review, "COCO IS FOR SPYSASSINS ONLY!"
    • In the "Things Change" video, comments about how Teen Titans Go! To the Movies getting an Admirable and this episode being an Atrocity is a literal example of the title are common.Explanation 
  • Moe: Mr. Enter's animated avatar, introduced in his reviews of "Shop Talk", is nothing short of Creepy Cute.
  • More Popular Spinoff: Animated Atrocities was meant to be a placeholder between seasons of MLP Reviews. It quickly became the favorite series of both him and his fans, to the point where he eventually put MLP Reviews on an indefinite hiatus and Animated Atrocities becoming more or less his staple show. Ironically enough, the MLP episode "Fame and Misfortune" became the subject of an Atrocity review.
  • Never Live It Down:
    • Despite trying not to be as angry in his Animated Atrocity reviews as he used to get and no longer attacking the writers individually, it is very common to hear these criticisms among his detractors. In fact, every flaw (major or minor) the man has, is always used as an argument against him, regardless of whether or not it was eventually fixed or downplayed.
    • He has gained a reputation for complaining about Teen Titans Go!, which he himself pointed out in a video that, at the time he uploaded the video, he had only reviewed six episodes out of 100+ episodes of Animated Atrocities, and yet another episode and the movie are Admirable Animations.
  • Nightmare Fuel:
    • The Google episode of Technocracy. Enter goes into detail about just how powerful Google is and how they know everything about you. To make things worse, he briefly talks about the Momo challenge hoax (a hoax involving an extremely creepy Japanese statue) and disturbing kids' apps on the Google Play Store such as "Call Blaze".
    • The Technocracy theme song, which is appropriate given the mini-series' subject matter.
    • Mr. Enter Laughing Mad at the end of the Cold Open for The Emoji Movie review.
  • No Such Thing as Bad Publicity: Whether it's an Admirable Animation or an Animated Atrocity if Mr Enter reviews an obscure show like Little Clowns of Happytown, it'll become much more well known to people that have never heard of it and other mostly forgotten cartoons.
  • Reviews Are the Gospel: Almost nobody outright hated Putting Your Hoof Down before he reviewed it. Before his review, consensus was it was not one of the better ones, but still relatively harmless. Afterwards, it became one of, if not the most hated of the show, even more so with "The Mysterious Mare Do-Well". This also happened with the SpongeBob episode "Pet Sitter Pat" and the Ren & Stimpy "Adult Party Cartoon" episode "Ren Seeks Help". Before the reviews, some people thought Ren Seeks Help was one of the better episodes of the reboot and no one talked about Pet Sitter Pat until Enter brought it up. The same thing can go with many of the more obscure titles he's reviewed. The two most prominent examples would have to be Stressed Eric and The Cramp Twins, both which had a small fan-base before but have since garnered many detractors since he reviewed them. Due to this reason, a few other reviewers (such as Anim8ball, Asalieri2, Emer Prevost and RebelTaxi aka Pan Pizza) have criticised him.
  • Win Back the Crowd: This has happened twice, as Mr. Enter's reviews had improved after his review of The Problem Solverz review for some people before they had the same reaction again with his Drawn Together: The Movie review.


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