On February 18, 2014, the Criterion Collection will do something that they rarely ever do: release an animated film.
Here’s a new and potentially lucrative market for animators: recreating alleged crimes with computer animation.
Author Phil Phillips spent the 1980s warning parents about the occult forces in children’s TV animation. While his notoriety has passed, fear of the messages in cartoons still exists today.
The notoriously reclusive Bill Watterson, creator of “Calvin and Hobbes,” speaks about why there will never be an animated version of his classic comic strip.
Disney’s Frozen won’t be released theatrically for another month-and-half, but it’s already melting into one giant slushee of controversy.