I was bored and I kinda wanted to do this between posts. Here's a few guys you might wanna check out. Why only top 7? Well...cuz I'm too lazy to think of 10, and I'm not sure how obscure some of these guys are. That, and I one day hope to get my own camera and mic to become an Internet persona of my own: the Apathetic Critic. Here's the list:
7- Detroit- because of his name, he's got to be one of the hardest reviewers to track down (even searching under Detroit-mech-works isn't much mor helpful; I've tried). Most famous for his Barbie reviews, he kinda got washed away a long while before Reviewers Unknown sunk.
6- Bobsheaux- a highly underrated (mostly animated) movie and comic reviewer, most notable for tackling the four of the five Alpha & Omega sequels (yes, that movie with the talking wolves had FOUR sequels) as well as spotlighting somewhat underrated or obscure-ish film gems like The Hero of Color City, Help! I'm a Fish, Chop Kick Panda, and Tappy Toes.
5- the Isle of Rangoon- this is actually a really clever, sometimes very funny review/riff show on Blip.tv with an all puppet cast. All of the puppets are very well done, and the two main leads Starchibald and Sunny Jim, have excellent chemistry with each other. (Notable reviews: Christmas is Here Again, Ratatoing, and even a Halloween dental hygiene education film riffed alongside B-List Channel Awesome star Allison "Obscurous Lupa" Pregler)
4- The Great Allie/Doki Doki Awesome- a somewhat underrated reviewer who was washed away with the Blipocalypse. Along with a snarky, sarcastic plantlike puppet named Nawrocky, it's at least worth checking out for curiosity and seeing a different take on things like Care Bears Movie 2 (along with with a prequel to the movie in comic form; spoilers, it raises more questions about the characters' origins than the movie), as well as spotlighting obscure things like the popular Swedish series the Moomins, and the All Dogs go to Heaven and Little Shop of Horror animated series (yes, the latter is real).
3- Cartoon Hero/- a very analytical and interesting critic, the Cartoon Hero has a great personality, and at times comes off a bit like a (slightly) less abrasive Mr. Enter and does fantastic and memorable reviews of things like Romeo and Juilet: Sealed with a Kiss, and even managed to post a review of Adam Sandler's 8 Crazy Nights THE SAME WEEK as the Nostalgia Critic's. If you're curious, check him out. He posts his animated film/series and video game reviews on his journal here on dA; also, small fun fact: it was his review of Soul Eater, and One Piece top 10 that got me to watch and later fall in love with both of those series.
2- Hardcore Kid- unfortunately, aside from a small crossover with the Media Hunter a while ago, the Hardcore Kid ended his run a while ago. It's a shame because he was a fantastic reviewer, with a lot of passion and energy for his work, and notable for taking on the Nightmare on Elm Street sequels (and Platinum Dunes remake), his infamous "Smegged up YouTube Failures" lists, and several differing reviews of Nostalgia Critic shows (most of which predate the Critic's own reviews like Secret of NIMH 2—twice—The Magic Voyage, also reviewed by several others before the Critic, and reviews of Rock & Rule, Felidae, Plague Dogs, Watership Down, and tons of others.
1- - Hewy Toonmore! An amazing animation reviewer, with a genuine knowledge and sense of humor (while some just pick one or the other) and more than seven years of experience under his belt. He's a fantastic reviewer, and you don't have any reason not to check him out. His most notable reviews are reviews of Dinotopia, Cats Don't Dance (reviewed previously by both Cartoon Hero and Hardcore Kid), and The Little Engine That Could (a crossover with "the Media Grubber", probably better known on YouTube as MissOliverandBlossom).