Mar 10, 2022
Stop motion animation is unnerving even when it's trying to be cheery. When it's leaning into isolation and despair, it's downright horrifying. This week, the crew unpacks materialism and fantastic voice acting in a compelling stop motion anthology. We also highlight four Ukrainian horror movies.
Motion Picture Terror Scale: 2 (Marcus & Grady), 3 (Melissa). Quality: 5. Enjoyment: 5.
Articles mentioned in this episode:
"Interview: The House Director Paloma Baeza Talks Inspirations Behind Story Three And Her Love For Cats," by Raven Brunner in Game Rant.
"Behind the Scenes of The House, Netflix’s New Ode to Stop-Motion Animation," by Ritupriya Basu in Eye On Design
"Netflix's 'The House' Three Endings Explained," by Victoria Stube in Collider
"Earnings From Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s ‘Gulliver Returns’ Will Support Country’s Defense," by Naman Ramachandran in Variety