Thirty years on, the poignant, thoughtful Only Yesterday stands out as a mature, sophisticated gem among Studio Ghibli’s catalog.
Looking at the legacy of Gorō Miyazaki’s best film, From Up On Poppy Hill, which was written by his father, the legendary Hayao Miyazaki.
The 2021 collection of New French shorts has a wide range of genres, from science-fiction to slice-of-life realism, and some wildly experimental animation.
The potential with this was promising, and yet they couldn’t quite make it work.
Despite its immense charm in its animation, music and characters, there are vital story elements in Arlo the Alligator Boy that are lacking.
It might be conventional in its storytelling, but the stunning animation, lovely characters, beautiful music, and heartfelt messages won me over.
Full of unfunny human characters and a plot that doesn’t even involve its iconic animal characters, Tom & Jerry is a gross miscalculation.
From adult animation about cryptids to thrillers, in her first report from The 2021 Sundance Film Festival Kristy Strouse gives us her first three reviews.
Besides, a halfway decent premise, I can’t otherwise find a single reason to waste your time with this hacky, uninspired show.
This battle of Nazis versus Christmas forms the unusual narrative backbone of a bizarre yet beloved Christmas classic: Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town.
The story of Rudolph is a celebration of the outcasts, yes, but what makes it gay?
Mariusz Wilczynski’s Kill It and Leave This Town is art in its purest form; sincere, evocative, and intimate.
Stephanie Archer presents the best 13 episodes of the Treehouse of Horror series in this epic marathon from The Simpsons.
Daryl MacDonald spoke with Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart to discuss the third in their unofficial Celtic folklore triptych: Wolfwalkers.
In an era where hand-drawn animations are fewer and fewer, films like this one ought to be shouted from the rooftops and celebrated.