Yeah, it’s probably weird. But I’m kinda into going to go see this movie now. Which is also probably weird.
Okay, okay: LUCA doesn’t look at all like horror, honestly. But I do wonder what Pixar could do with some old school cosmic terror. It’d sort of be like… Dark Pixar.
…Dark Pixar would be kind of scary, huh?
Short version: ehh, just another goddamn spectacular Pixar movie.Continue reading My ONWARD mini-review.
I swear to God, this franchise gets more troubling, the more you watch it.Continue reading The Full, Increasingly Disturbing, Toy Story 4 trailer.
Yeah, I’m not exactly certain how this is supposed to work.Continue reading Bo Peep returning for Toy Story 4.
I remember being that tired.
Seriously, though, it’s looking pretty good. I dunno if they’re gonna be able to collect lightning in a bottle the second time, too, but Incredibles 2 should be entertaining. Out on June 15th, so we’ll see then.
Seriously. That’s literally what Polygon called it.
Monsters University director Dan Scanlan is bringing one of his most personal stories to the big screen with Pixar’s next untitled film.
The movie is set in a world of “suburban fantasy.” We weren’t show much, but a title card displayed a small town’s skyline, complete with street lamps and a water-tower. There also happened to be a dragon flying off in the distance. Scanlan’s movie will include unicorns, dragons and a plethora of other beasts that are considered pests to other, ordinary folk — like centaurs, trolls and sprites.
…Yeah, just let me know when that’s out so I can get my seat, Pixar. The odds of me not seeing this movie are low. Very, very low.
Looks like they’re looking at the Day of the Dead… from the other side. It looks like it might be endearing. And spooky without being horror. Works for me.
Pixar’s people have their own, highly macabre, theories as well.
Come, I will conceal nothing from you: I would not be heartbroken to hear that all the people responsible for Pixar’s past rough patch had been unceremoniously fired from their jobs and were now in Japan doing knockoff animation. Not least because of the historical irony involved. But this? This does not look half-bad.
I would not object to Cars 3 not sucking. Neither would my kids, obviously.