Now with 100% Less Pony


Break out your Guitar Hero controller, because My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Equestria Girls Rainbow Rocks is the greatest movie EVER!

Click on the title or the deceptive DVD cover above to download our review of the film,

featuring Neil Nadelman and Kara Dennison.

Review in a Nutshell: At first glance, a shallow cash-grab sequel of a blatant toy-shilling spin-off. In actuality, a shockingly good story of struggle, failure, and redemption that surpasses the original Equestria Girls film in every way.





  1. Pointing out that Apple Bloom is throwing the goat horns in the movie is all well and good, but why didn’t any of us notice that Twilight is doing the same thing in that movie poster above?

  2. timeliebe says:

    I was listening to this when Tammy came down, looked at me, and said, “That can’t be right….”

    I think it was the whole horse demon thing that broke her brain.

  3. Carrie says:

    If I’ve never seen a single episode of MLP: FIM, should I even bother to watch this?

  4. Well, it’s not like the plot’s terribly complicated, but a lot of the enjoyment comes from seeing familiar characters deal with the situation. So, probably not. This really does fall under the heading of fan service.

    I mean, most of the weight of the story comes from seeing how the main characters are dealing with the fallout from the previous movie, so if you don’t even have that, you’ve lost most of the impact it could hope to have. And the last movie (as we mention here) was kind of mediocre. Much of the gushing we do comes from being genuinely pleased with how much better this installment was in moving the characters forward.

  5. Carrie says:

    Allright, thank you. I think I’ll skip it till I watch it with someone who likes it. I enjoyed the podcast, so thanks for making it.

  6. ryukage says:

    I find this movie to be vastly superior to the original. The musical numbers are better and more plentiful, the story is better written, and Sunset Shimmer is now among the franchise’s redeemed villains as another well developed character. The best part of the first was finding all the nods and references to characters, but that sort of entertainment was wearing thin the second time I watched it.

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