“Lively and fun; ’nuff said!”
     ~ Leonard Maltin, Movie Crazy – Read more HERE

Way of the Puck lovingly captures the rituals, lore and joy of this nebbishy, throwback American subculture. And it does so because director Eric Anderson resists the temptation to condescend to air hockey’s band of quirky devotees. As a subculture geek myself, respect matters. Praise the table!”
     ~ Stefan Fatsis, author of Word Freak: Heartbreak, Triumph, Genius, and Obsession in the World of Competitive Scrabble Players; NPR commentator; panelist on’s sports podcast “Hang Up and Listen”. Listen to review at 40-minute mark HERE

“Wonderful characters.” 
     ~ Seth Gordon, Director of The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters.

“Like the sport itself, Anderson’s film is intense and offbeat.”
     ~ Barbara LeGrande, Suite 101

“A love letter to a disappearing hobby, it is absolutely one of those films that embodies the old critique ‘you’ll laugh, you’ll cry’. Either way, you won’t soon forget the time spent with these puckheads.”
     ~ Tom Hoeler, Just Press Play – Read more HERE

“[Way of the Puck] takes you inside the super secret society of guys who play air hockey, where life and death hangs in the balance, and the fate of entire countries are at stake.”
     ~ Nix, – Read more HERE

“Anderson tells a great story, allowing the sport itself to take on a humanity and lifetime of its own that is worth telling. 9.5 out of 10 stars.”
     ~ Andrea Rothe, – Read more HERE

Way of the Puck is a guy film, mostly, obviously, but a smart one. Alert, spiritual, philosophically loaded.”
     ~ Jeffrey Wells, Hollywood Elsewhere – Read more HERE

“It’s an intriguing look at something most of us are familiar with but that we don’t really think about much anymore; a unique game that has been fighting to survive for decades now. Good as this stuff is, it’s the affecting look at the men who truly love the sport that makes Way of the Puck worth a look.”
     ~ Clark Douglas, DVD Verdict – Read more HERE

“If documentaries like The King of Kong and Way of the Puck are going to keep coming out, and be this good, then keep them coming!”
     ~ Charles Tatum, – Read more HERE

“To make [air hockey] interesting and compelling enough to inspire its viewer to want to seek out that mostly ignored air hockey table at the local arcade and try out that three-finger grip is quite an accomplishment. I say well done.”
     ~ Eric Renshaw, – Read more HERE

“Wonderfully executed and refreshingly humanistic, Anderson’s in-depth exploration of a competitive field that few realize even exists immerses us in a world we may otherwise have never experienced and we’re glad to have made the journey.”
     ~ Jen Johans, Film Intuition – Read more HERE