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Tv Review: The Shivering Truth - Fowl Flow

All too soon we’re sadly at the end of a rather short series, it’s understandable given how long stop motion animation takes and the intricacies of the characters and locations must have been incredibly complex to create, but it’s still a shame and I only hope Adult Swim recommission it so that we get a second series in 2019. 741 more words

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Tv Review: The Shivering Truth - Tow and Shell

After the surprisingly upbeat ending to the fourth episode of the series, Constadeath, I was expecting the fifth to double down on the bleakness. But once again Vernon Chatman defied expectations, there’s plenty of darkness during the episode but the ending is somewhat positive, even if it does mean that a young boy will be pointing a gun at the sea for the rest of eternity. 905 more words

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Tv Review: The Shivering Truth - Constadeath

And so to the fourth episode of the series, and what do Vernon Chatman and co have to offer this time? A serene tale of elderly cats musing on their joyful lives? 971 more words

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Classic Comedy: The Larry Sanders Show

A new series of articles about the comedy shows we love the most. First up is The Larry Sanders Show, but expect pieces on Nathan For You, The Venture Bros., I’m Alan Partridge and many more soon. 1,283 more words


Reeling: Luxo's Legacy

This week: Pixar’s wide canon is selectively re-evaluated.

Monsters Inc. (2001)

Monsters Inc. isn’t just part of my personal canon. It was the genesis of any interest I have in movies, for this, ladies and gentlemen, was the first film that I saw at the cinema. 919 more words

Reeling: A Column About Film

McGruff, Garofalo & Ruffalo™ In "Enter Garoppolo"

Previously: Janeane Garofalo betrayed Mark Ruffalo by taking a secret meeting with Jimmy Garoppolo of the San Francisco 49ers. Meanwhile, McGruff took a bite out of crime and arrested a Juggalo gang in an abandoned bungalow. 544 more words


It Makes Me Really Uncomfortable When People Write Nice Things About Me (BUT DON'T STOP)

Reading what Mandy Stadtmiller had to say about me in her new memoir “Unwifeable” (best part of the book) reminded me that I’ve appeared in several other memoirs that I’ve never read. 209 more words