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Allure

It’s way, way down the list of the important consequences of #MeToo, but the fact that so many actresses are now also prominent activists is having a subtle effect on the way we interpret film authorship. In the traditional auteurist sense, Allure is un film

Keyframe 114 – Post-War Pat’s Big Bag of Letters

With the sad news that Ghibli co-founder and legendary anime director Isao Takahata passed away, we take some time to remember some of his remarkable work. After that it’s time for us to continue our examination of the Winter season in anime, so join us

Keyframe 113 – 24 Carrots And A Leaf

We had a few technical issues during this episode so we apologise for the audio quality. Girl Power makes a surprising return this week with the announcement that The Spice Girls are getting their very own animated superhero movie. There’s no point looking at us

Le Corbeau

A moment on the pen; a lifetime on the soul. Set in a small French village, Le Corbeau is the dark tale of a number of residents who find themselves the target of poison pen letters that condemn their perceived immoral behaviour. The primary target

Keyframe 100 – Magic Mushroom Milk

So we finally hit the big one hundred mark, and it’s been … emotional. Okay, so in actuality we forgot our birthday (blame it on old age), but we do have some interesting things to talk about this week. We start with the 45th Annie

4-Panel 116 – Arm The Sneeze Torpedoes

It’s time for more comic-book and manga fun, and big things seem to be happening for DC this week with the announcement that the road may be ending for the DCEU and the arrival of Brian Michael Bendis – who finally leaves arch-rivals Marvel after

Keyframe 92 – Netflix’s Anime Big Boy Pants

As the Summer season winds down, we take a look at the good, the bad, the mediocre, the just plain wrong, the unexpected and the anger-inducing anime of the last three months. Our featured animated movie and cartoon are Michaël Dudok de Wit’s The Red

Doberman Cop

Once upon a time, it was instantly apparent when a film was based on a comic or graphic novel as those films concerned themselves with the super-powered and the otherworldly, then around the mid-1990s there was a paradigm shift and the nature of these titles