Animated Atrocities (partially found deleted episodes of YouTube review series; 2013-present)

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Animated Atrocities is a cartoon review series created by YouTuber TheMysteriousMrEnter, in which he negatively reviews episodes of cartoons, feature-length animated movies, and occasionally internet animations. As of July 16th, 2022, there are 192 episodes of Animated Atrocities. Originally, there were 2 episodes were completely lost, 1 that was partially lost, and another that had it's original version lost. However on January 4th, 2023 all known lost videos have been reuploaded.

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On October 7th, 2013, Mr. Enter released the 26th episode of animated atrocities, reviewing the King of the Hill episode titled "Lupe's Revenge." The episode, like many other videos of Mr. Enter, was originally removed due to copyright violations. However, it was not re-uploaded by Mr. Enter, due to its poor quality. On a Google Spreadsheet,[1] Mr. Enter describes his thoughts on the review, as well as his reasoning for not reuploading the video, despite having a copy saved on his computer:

"This review was originally taken down because of copyright. However, it is so bad that I have disowned it. It is one of the worst videos I have ever made, even for the time. It still exists on my computer, so it is not lost."

"Listing everything right about this review would be easier than listing everything wrong with it. {Beat}. There, that is everything right about this review. Even in a pre-2016 world, this review is ill-informed when it came to things like border crossings. It is needlessly angry at Peggy Hill. I ignore an entire subplot that’s the worst aspect of the episode to just keep ranting about Peggy Hill. Every single point I make about the episode is wrong. I get basic facts wrong. I pretend to know a language I don’t speak for comedy I guess. The research I did do turned out to be wrong. It’s not just the worst of this season, it’s one of the worst reviews I’ve ever done, even taking into consideration it’s one of my earliest. And I mean it wasn’t that early, being in the mid-20s. It’s not like review 3 or something."

YouTuber Thomas Cole uploaded the episode in audio form, however, the visuals were lost for some time.

On January 4th, 2023, YouTube user The Marchivist uploaded the complete review with visuals and stated that it was obtained from a reupload by 1Sam234.

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On November 17th, 2013, Mr. Enter published a review of the infamous film Tentacolino. This review is significant, as it features the first appearance of The Old Man, a recurring character in Animated Atrocities. It was removed from Youtube due to copyright claims. While Most of the episode is available on Mr. Enter's website, the original review was re-edited primarily to remove any references to Spongebob staff member Zeus Cervas, as well as replace his 2013 avatar with his then current one. It's unlikely the full review will be released by Mr. Enter, as he does not want to support any of his reviews that attack people.

On December 26th, 2022, YouTube archivist Deleted Brony Videos Archive uploaded the full original version of the review.

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On December 12th, 2013, Mr. Enter released a review of the Dexter's Laboratory episode "Dexter vs. Santa's Claws" for his 2013 Christmas Marathon. The episode was removed due to copyright claims. The review's script is available to read. [2]

On December 26th, 2022, Deleted Brony Videos Archive reupload the review.

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On November 21st, 2014, Mr. Enter released a review of the Teen Titans Go! episode "Serious Business." In the episode, he complains about the juvenile bathroom humor. The episode was removed due to copyright claims, but on July 14th, 2022, it was re-uploaded by a user named Wüschel Eichhörnchen.[3]