From the irreverent, snark-infested waters of Adult Swim comes HOME MOVIES, a shakily animated series about the wry and wandering observations of an eight-year-old boy, Brendon Small (voiced by, and named after, the show's creator). Armed only with a camera and withering contempt for the adults in his life, he tunnels his way out of daily boredom by making movies with his friends. Like many a Cartoon Network program before it, Brendon Small's twisted brainchild hangs loosely on its basic premise: it's primarily a platform for sharp pop-culture potshots and snort-inducing, meandering non-sequiturs. This 10th-anniversary collection offers every episode from the series' four-season run, complete with a commentary track by the creative team.
Description by Shout! Factory:
Home Movies is one of the first [adult swim] - animated cult classics. With an alcoholic soccer coach for a father-figure and a woman who swears during parent/teacher conferences for an actual mother, eight-year-old Brendon Small (voiced and created by Brendon Small, now of Metalocalypse fame) chronicles his life as a jaded third-grader who happens to have the brain of a twenty-something-and who uses his video camera to cope with the trials of his oddly precocious life.
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