It is well-established that Phineas and Ferb is amazing and worthy of a lot of praise. And, with great enthusiasm, I say Candace Against the Universe is more of the same.
Wendell & Wild, out the gate, was something I knew I would review. A Henry Selick involved, stop-motion, punk-music soundtrack-ed, children’s horror movie co-written by Jordan Peele—are you kidding me with this? It’s no secret that Coraline is one of my favorite movies, and it’s widely known how much I like horror and macabre stuff.
Lightyear is a movie I didn’t want. I count on Pixar to do new things, and in my mind, Toy Story ended with its third installment, and there shouldn’t be more of it. And no, I haven’t seen the fourth one. But now that I’ve watched Lightyear, I shouldn’t have doubted Pixar as much as I did.
This is by no means the only reason someone would like horror, but as Halloween fast approaches, it’s the perfect time to cover “The Escapism of Horror.”
Growing Fangs Is Several Allegories In One Efficient Movie Growing Fangs is a cute little special I stumbled upon in my search for Halloween media. It’s the story of a person who’s part vampire, part human, and Mexican American. From quick interviews I’ve read/listened to on the short, it’s a personal story about belonging explored…
Halloween is about to be here. A glorious time for celebrating spooky and horrifying things. And, if you’re not usually a horror fan but want to get into it this year, I have recommendations.
Werewolf by Night is a fun, campy Marvel show that disappointed me because of its marketing and presentation. If you wanted to see a horror movie done in the Marvel universe with a Deadpool level of R-rated gore, then you’re in for an unpleasant surprise.
Muppets Haunted Mansion is an obvious crossover. With Disney owning the rights to the characters, it was only a matter of time before something like this happened.
There’s Someone Inside Your House initially got my attention because of that title. It’s almost hilariously blunt. The most standard slasher scenario reduced to a single sentence.
Nightbooks has a killer premise. It’s a modernized take on the Hansel and Gretel story that retains its disturbing and nightmarish aspects. It once again highlights how you can do stories for younger audiences that still maintain fear.
Short Art Has A Different Vibe Than Other Projects I love long-form content: epic scope books, five-hour video essays, and sprawling television shows. I also love binging YouTube Shorts and Instagram Reels. So, today, we’ll talk about short media in a deliberately brief article. I’m talking really short media. Short stories like our own Friday…
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