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Movies or shows you think should be more popular with furries

The_biscuits_532

Eternally Confused Feline
Transformers: Beast Wars

It's a little more unorthodox than usual furry content (transform into animal, rather than anthropomorphism) but it's rlly fuckin good

Silverbolt is best boye

They're actually remaking a good amount of the original figures at the moment. Picked up a couple already.
 

sleepy kitty

feline enthusiast & insomniac
How about a Danish movie called "Jungledryet Hugo"? The English dub is horrible, so I suggest the Danish version with English subtitles!
 

Raever

Chaotic Neutral Wreckage
Rikki Tikki Tavi! You can stream it with ads on the Roku channel or Tubi, but this link is good as of now:

In searching for it, I just discovered a USSR version of the same story:

I have not watched the whole thing, but I happened across this Hungarian cartoon called Vuk, which I hadn't heard of before:

I forgot this movie ever existed.
Always felt like a fever dream. X3
 

Eremurus

live long, and prosper
Aggretsuko.
 

Pygmepatl

Spotted Skunk
Adventure Time!

It has many anthropomorphic animals and creatures, some of which can be funny, interesting or downright scary!

 

fernshiine

Well-Known Member

zandelux

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The old Planet of the Apes movies are pretty great, but something about live action doesn't make it seem very furry. The comics are more in line with the typical furry art styles.
 

Frank Gulotta

Send us your floppy
Squirrel and Hedgehog
Straight out of North Korea but it's probably more nuanced than most of the Western woke trash, with actually developed characters!
It also has genuinely catchy songs
EDIT I already mentioned it in this thread! but now I mentioned that it has really good music and it's still sorta obscure even tho it DOES have merit as a series.

Since I'm at it, also take a look at Felidae, it's a cool dark gem
 
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Raever

Chaotic Neutral Wreckage
Since I'm at it, also take a look at Felidae, it's a cool dark gem

As someone who likes to read, Felidae's adaptation let me down a bit - still grim, but it feels grim for "shock" factor over keeping to an interesting story, and it sort of dropped the genuinely good plot that the book had. Not saying it's bad, but uh....well, to put a bit of context without giving what I'd consider a spoiler; They focus less on the plot, and more on the [graphic] cat sex. The book is awesome, if you haven't read it you totally should.
 

Frank Gulotta

Send us your floppy
As someone who likes to read, Felidae's adaptation let me down a bit - still grim, but it feels grim for "shock" factor over keeping to an interesting story, and it sort of dropped the genuinely good plot that the book had. Not saying it's bad, but uh....well, to put a bit of context without giving what I'd consider a spoiler; They focus less on the plot, and more on the [graphic] cat sex. The book is awesome, if you haven't read it you totally should.
Really? that's all new info to me, it's an adaptation of literature? I didn't know that. I also didn't see much porn in it if any, just suggestion of it, nothing trespassing on anything a noir movie would have. Did I miss a more graphic cut (which I would honestly be happy about)?

Also if it's a novel or something like that, then adaptation at least got it a theme song
 

Raever

Chaotic Neutral Wreckage
I also didn't see much porn in it if any, just suggestion of it, nothing trespassing on anything a noir movie would have.
I wouldn't call it porn since porn gives the sense that it's supposed to be appealing, but it was pretty--uh...hm...I dunno maybe I'm just sensitive.
It came off as just weird to me I guess. Mostly because it didn't really serve a purpose to the plot of the movie's story, and is never brought up again.
Because it was never brought up and didn't serve as a plot point, it came off as cats just having sex to have sex in what could be mistaken (and was marketed as/for..) a children's film so...I'm sure you could understand my confusion with this one. ^^;


However the art in the movie can get really intense (in a good way, artistically speaking) so I will give it that.
Especially the dream sequences that I won't spoil by linking. I think they really have to be seen by watching the movie.
Anyway, as far as the book goes- yeah!
The book is here: https://www.amazon.com/Felidae-Akif-Pirincci/dp/067942069X

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Yastreb

Well-Known Member
Squirrel and Hedgehog
Straight out of North Korea but it's probably more nuanced than most of the Western woke trash, with actually developed characters!
It also has genuinely catchy songs
EDIT I already mentioned it in this thread! but now I mentioned that it has really good music and it's still sorta obscure even tho it DOES have merit as a series.

Since I'm at it, also take a look at Felidae, it's a cool dark gem
Squirrel and Hedgehog is great because it is intended as a children's show while being complitely unsuitable for children. I mean the supposed good guys carry out suicide attacks and torture enemy soldiers on-screen. And in the midst of all that there are some very cartoonish scenes that take you by surprise. I can't help but wonder if North Koreans can really watch is with a straight face.

Sadly we haven't gotten any new episodes after 2012, but I am still being hopeful for it continuing some day. After all there was on 14-year break in production in the 80's and 90's.
 

reptile logic

An imposter among aliens.
Fritz the cat...sex, drugs...furries
I was eight years old at that time, so I didn't see that movie until long after it's release. Sometime in my early teens, I discovered Fritz in a collection of comic books and porn that belonged to a much older cousin of mine. Not sure if he ever discovered that I had found his stash. Some of those old horror comics were great because of their transformation content. That was my first exposure to furries, beyond Saturday morning cartoons.
 

Yakamaru

Evil Woffer-chan
Boondocks
Ed, Edd n' Eddy and other 90's/2000's cartoons
Ducktales
Stargate SG-1
Star Trek
Studio Ghibli movies

There's more but eh.
 

Miles Marsalis

The Last DJ.
Boondocks
Ed, Edd n' Eddy and other 90's/2000's cartoons
Ducktales
Stargate SG-1
Star Trek
Studio Ghibli movies

There's more but eh.
I'm surprised you watched the Boondocks, but why recommend it here?
 

Punji

Vaskebjørn
Loonatics Unleashed! I thought it was a genuinely good show, but it was never popular.

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