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Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil (3D & 2D Blu-ray)

Blu-ray (2011) Region B Director : Mike Disa Country of Production : USA

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Review by Allan on 12th June, 2012
5 stars "Not just for the kids"

A movie really worth watching more than once

Review by Chris on 21st October, 2011
3 stars "The Hood Is Back"

I must admit this title flew under the radar – it took in a cameo role at the cinemas and failed to ignite the imagination of movie-goers.

Having taken in the original Hoodwinked, I entered this foray apprehensively, gone were the stars of the original cast Anne Hathaway as Red being the most notable.....that in itself could have been part of the downfall of this movie.

As is usually the case with modern movies – theres always the obligatory “review” snippet on the cover – this one reads “…a fun fractured fairy tale” Fun – errmm not really, Fractured…yes definately, however the latter could be more to do with the movies style – it seemingly doesnt kick into high-gear. It's not all bad though there's the “saving grace” of Twitchy the hyper squirrel, Wolf the dry humoured and somewhat laid-back agent and just to lighten the load theres the singing mountain-goat who seemingly knows whats happening before it happens and tells it in song…

The Story…it's nothing we haven't seen before, abducted children and a stolen super-recipe need to be saved by our fairy-tale collaboration from the wicked witch and her lackeys. Like the popular Shrek series, a multitude of other fairy-tale (um) stars make their presence and these are generally well portrayed…Hansel and Gretel – the abducted kids, The Giant (from Jack and the Beanstalk) as the owner of a bigger than life nightclub.

All the ingredients seem to be there for a rollicking fairy-tale adventure – yet somehow it all comes across a bit of a mish-mash…the plot seems confused and not very well welded together with maybe a few too many genres being inserted into the title (take a look throughout the movie and you will note similarities of scenes to other block-buster movies) Maybe it just gets a little too distanced from what it really should be.....a Fairy-tale adventure!

I did read a few review forums before deciding to purchase, and was swayed by a few positive reviews, however many did comment on the “old” looking animation…lets be honest here Hoodwinked Too! is not the type of movie that requires cutting edge animation, it is afterall based on characters ripped from flat two-dimensional drawings…I actually found it refreshing to see that a sequel hadn't over-worked itself into something that didnt even resemble the first movie, all the characters look exactly the same – granted they are now in hi-def and therefore somewhat crisper onscreen.

One of the main reasons I bought this title was to expand on my 3D collection – so lets talk a little about the 3D side of things. It's been said by many that 3D is best and easier achieved in animated titles – the creator has physical control over the depth/pop etc. Hoodwinked Too! has sufficient 3D, nothing spectacular mind you – again this will come down to the viewer and what you are expecting. A good 3D movie should draw you into the world of the movie – this is achieved by adding a sufficient depth field…While there are a few good moments of this, Hoodwinked Too! doesn't excell overall. There are several instances where the much wanted (by most 3D viewers) pop-out feature could have been implemented and maybe this could have lifted the overall experience.

In summary, realisticly I can see why this one became a forgotten fairy-tale in the cinema – there's now WOW factor, there's no A-list celebrity line up compared to todays other animated successes (and I think it was up against some pretty tough opposition at release).....That isnt to say that Hoodwinked Too! isnt worth a watch, I just wouldnt go into it expecting Too! much



Release date Australia
September 28th, 2011
Blu-ray Region
Region B
Aspect Ratio
  • 1.78 : 1
Supported Audio
  • DTS Digital Surround 5.1
Country of Production
  • USA
Box Dimensions (mm)
136x171 x15
All-time sales rank
Top 5000
Product ID


The sequel catches up with our heroine Little Red training with a covert group called the Sisters of the Hood. Finishing her training Little Red is sent out on her first mission by the returning Nicky Flippers – head of Happily Ever After Agency – to investigate the disappearance of Hansel and Gretel.


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