The teaser trailer for the SpiderVerse sequel just premiered - and let me tell you, I am super psyched. Not only are we going to get to see more dimensions - but even better: Spider-Man: Across the SpiderVerse is going to be a two-parter. I can only imagine the story they have planned. It’s going… Continue reading Let’s Get Hyped for “Spider-Man: Across the SpiderVerse Part 1.”
The only good thing that might be coming out of this pandemic is a surge of adult-oriented animated shows and movies that are being planned. Ones that don’t rely on sex jokes or topical references or just have no reason to exist. (I’m looking at you, Star Trek: Lower Decks.) And I hope we’ll get… Continue reading “Funan” is a lesson in history and story-telling
Studio Ponoc’s “Modest Heroes,” wasn’t something I was particularly intrigued by but I figured it might have an interesting segment. Each of the film’s three shorts focuses on different characters and has a distinct art style -the only thing that connects the stories is the theme of heroism and bravery.
Thankfully, this week was much, much easier than last week; if only I could say the same about the next few weeks. It’s the holidays, which is good for a lot of a lot of lines of work, but in my line, it just means shorter deadlines.And that just sucks. I have Christmas Day and… Continue reading The importance of timing; a review and thoughts on Mamoru Hosoda’s “Mirai.”