A Review of the Documentary Furries by Eric Risher

I want to be fully truthful here I picked up a copy of the Furries documentary at MFF from Eric Risher himself. I handed him one of my cards which I use to promote this blog and told him that I would give him both a fair and honest review.

Now here it is…

This is without a doubt the best documentary on furries that I have ever seen. Nothing is made up, it only has the 100% truth. It shows furries in general as they really are, people who love the fandom and their cons while working for a living, raising their families…and not and I repeat not living in their parents basement.

Oh sure it touches on the bad side namely that Vanity Fair article and that CSI episode that I personally would not touch with a 3000 foot pole. But it’s mainly 99% positive even going so far as to give an explanation why the fandom has a sudden rush of popularity. I have to fully admit it is something that also describes me perfectly. Those who feel that they are Outcasts or introverts who really want to be apart of something bigger; But unexpectedly finding that the fandom has brought them out of their shell. I fully admit this is the case when it comes to me. I am not the same man that I was when I first joined.

I encourage everyone to watch this documentary, like Joe Strike’s book Furry Nation it’s a perfect introduction to the furry fandom. My final rating 10/10