What should have been an illuminating and entertaining look at an influential and beloved strain of dance music is instead a sloppily-made and myopic waste of time.
Nora Twomey tells us about the latest exquisitely crafted animation from Irish animation studio Cartoon Saloon, the tale of a boy’s quest to rescue a captured dragon.
The dance-punk mainstay’s frontman on keeping it fresh a quarter-century in, the thrill of live performance, and the banalities of social media promotion.
The co-director of the weird and wonderful stop motion modern classic ParaNorman reflects on the film’s legacy a decade later.
We can SMEEEELLLLLLLLLLL what Black Adam is cooking, America books a few tickets to Paradise via the Triangle of Sadness, Halloween definitively Ends, and So Much More Box Office News Jesus.
A father impersonates a young woman online in a bid to get closer to his son in James Morosini’s promising but frustrating debut.
Cartoon Saloon return with a poignant tale of a boy who sets out on a quest to find a dragon in peril.
Smile and the whole of America smiles with you, Bros are not put before (G)hos(-ts), and Other Box Office News.
Don’t Worry Darling maybe should a little, America takes flight back to Avatar, and Other Box Office News.
Whilst exhibiting some awkward growing pains, DC’s audacious, hilarious, queer-as-heck cartoon spends its great third season refusing to rest on its laurels.