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Ray Harryhausen

Raymond Frederick “Ray” Harryhausen was an American writer, creator and producer who generated a a type of stop-motion model animation called Dynamation. Some of his most favoured work on animation includes Mighty Joe Young (1949) and this won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects; The 7th Voyage of Sinbad. 312 more words

It Must Be a Harryhausen Film : The Poster Gallery

While I can’t speak for today’s young kids watching movies and what will forever be titles they look back at fondly and perhaps sought out growing up, I do know that anytime a Ray Harryhausen F/X feature turned up on television growing up, I was sitting front row and center in front of our family TV. 340 more words


War of the Elementals - Radio Drama out now!

ts finally out!!!

Ray Harryhausen‘s War of the Elementals – a new Radio Drama from The Colonial Radio Theatre on the air!

In 1915 France, the Great War rages and a new breed of hero takes to the skies. 182 more words

The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms


(6/10) In a nutshell: The father of all giant atomic monsters, The Beast inspired Godzilla and numerous other films to have giant dinosaurs or octopi crawl out of the water and wreak havoc on unsuspecting cities. 6,723 more words



Phil Tippett

A self-made Stop Motion animator born in the 50s – Now a legend in the VFX World, Phil Tippett is a Giant in a world of miniature dioramas and scale models. 206 more words


Clash of the Titans (1981)

When it’s on: Wednesday, 23 December (4.50 pm)
Channel: Channel 5
IMDb Link

I don’t know if I’ve told this story before, but mine father regularly dines out on the time I was allowed to pick the film during a cinema visit in 1981. 1,156 more words