Category Archives: Movies & Documentaries

Classic Film Kid: LAIKA Ranked

Today I will be ranking all five films by stop-motion animation studio LAIKA, but some of you might be wondering – aren’t there six? In that case, you’ll probably be thinking of 2005’s Corpse Bride, a gothic musical comedy-drama directed by Tim Burton. Now while

Donbass: “Episodes of lunacy in Eastern Ukraine”

Welcome to the Donbass region of eastern Ukraine. It’s under the control of the separatists, and the lot of the inhabitants is not a happy one. If you haven’t been bombed out of your home, you’ve probably been injured in a bus attack, or blackmailed

Classic Film Kid: The Missing Link

SPOILER ALERT Ladies and gentleman, my favourite animation company has returned with a new stop-motion adventure comedy. So, you know what this means? Review time! Hello everyone, Classic Film Kid here, and today I am so excited as I’m going to be taking a quick

Classic Film Kid – Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)

Before we even get into the review, I’ve got to say it: Oh my God, that music is so cool. Hey everyone, it’s the Classic Film Kid here once again with another review! Today, we are going into the step into the work of director

Blood Hunger: The Films of José Larraz

The number of bums on cinema seats may be falling and streaming platform’s as numerous as they are unstoppable, with home video falling somewhere between the two. Even so, there will always be a place for DVD and Blu-ray collectors thanks to labels giving boutique