Thursday, December 31, 2015

THE RIGHTEOUS APPLES (1980)



GROOVE TO THEM TUNES!

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Art-Imation 2015 (by Erin Humiston and others)

I had a small role in this...

Guess what my frame was before the end credits!

Friday, December 25, 2015

39 north

Bad Reviews 32: A Sonichu Christmas



Perfect yuletide nightmare fuel!

Thursday, December 24, 2015

Wild Times In The Wild Wood (1986)

Amusing tale from UCLA Animation Workshop grad Chuck Sheetz

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Life In Lapland (1938)

Girls and Guys from the Summits and the Skies



Who wants to see this on the big screen?

Saturday, December 12, 2015

OpenMinds (Joe Sedelmaier, 2003)

A moment of zen from the "Where's The Beef?" guy!



At a time when form trumps content, when
euphemisms are euphemisms of euphemisms,
when words lose even the remotest connection
to reality, Open Minds seemed an apt title

It's also the one trait above all others that most
everyone claims to have—including Raymund, a
somewhat modern day 'Candide': Voltaire's joke
about man's capacity for denial.

As he (and we) bear witness to a bizarre mix of
indifference, corruption, and stupidity, Raymund,
unencumbered with any sense of irony, takes
comfort in an agglomeration of empty bromides
totally oblivious to the incongruity of what he's
saying and what we are seeing.

In fact, the only thoughtful words in the film are
in the form of a question to Raymund, "Don't you
ever have any doubts?"

Raymund is without a doubt—without a doubt.


—Joe Sedelmaier www.sedelmaier.com

Thursday, December 03, 2015

A Yuletide Sing-Song!

THE THREE LITTLE DWARFS

FROSTY THE SNOWMAN


SUZY SNOWFLAKE 


CHRISTMAS WITH TINGLES
 

 Because I sense a few haven't sang loud enough, a quick trip to the Yule Log will set things right!
SUFFER!

The Unchained Goddess (1958)



I am NOT going to watch It's a Wonderful Life this year, if I can help it. So, in its stead, enjoy this other Frank Capra classic, staring Richard "It Came from Outer Space" Carlson.

Fun fact: The discovery of the jet stream went largely unnoticed because it was published in Esperanto. ─łu vi parolas Esperanton?

Creepy animation starts at 2:20.

Tuesday, December 01, 2015

Dental Flossophy



Oh, the stuff I'm finding on these drives is nuts. There's a DVD rip of this fun little 'toon. I figure, we just finished a big eating holiday here in the States, and there's a Peanuts movie coming out, so let's get this one up.

Oh, and here's that sweet jazz:



Lost Property (2015)

Lost Property from Asa Lucander on Vimeo.

Happy Holidays.

 
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