Hello everyone, the Classic Film Kid here with another review that is likely bewildering you at the moment. This stemmed from having lunch at home and stumbling across a short film that had been uploaded onto YouTube entitled La Cabina (it’s Spanish) from 1972. I
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
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
In 2010, this was nominated for Best Animated Feature at the Academy Awards alongside Coraline, Up, Fantastic Mr Fox and The Princess and the Frog. The nominees for that year were good. Hello everyone! This is the Classic Film Kid here, bringing you another review.
Laika films have a remarkable position in modern cinema, not only are they keeping the wonder of stop-motion animation alive for the next generation, much like Aardman here in the UK, but they are also being the flag bearer for gateway movies. Between Paranorman, Coraline,
Hello everyone, it is the Classic Film Kid and just in time for Halloween, I thought I would tackle a spooky stop-motion that just so happens to be one of my personal favourites, and that is Henry Selick’s Coraline, based on the dark fantasy novella