Amazingly, Seth MacFarlane isn't behind either!
The British graffiti artist takes control of the classic opening sequence. He adds some spray-paint, and an extra minute.
Mmm, pink glop.
It's making us nauseous.
"Is that a snake?" "Yes." "Is she afraid of snakes?" "No."
Not your children's animated movie.
The man who brought life to 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' worked for nearly seven decades as a professional animator.
Poor Disney. They finally create a black heroine to add to their incredibly lucrative Princess line, and it's already backfiring on them.
It's called 'Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea,' and it opens this month in Japan.
While Pixar's protagonists get less cute every year, Disney's other animation studio goes the more traditional route.
At this point, actually, we might be more excited about 'Tales of the Black Freighter' than we are about 'Watchmen.'
The legend behind 'Fritz the Cat' raps to Vulture.
Also, David Cross simply cannot remember the name of that movie he's in.
Based on a twelfth-century Japanese legend, the aptly titled 'The Demon' is about two brothers who go hunting in the woods and run into a demon.
A charming short about the kind of Walter Mitty everyone has in their office.
Burning Safari, by students of the Gobelins School of Image.
There's nothing strange nor mysterious about menstruation.
As vivid and fantastical as a Gorillaz video, Makibishi Comic is interactive, bewildering, and frequently laugh-out-loud funny.