Cream tells the story of Dr. Bellifer a scientific genius, who after years of smashing particles together, reveals his revolutionary new product: a cream with the power to fix all of the world's problems. - Regent Street Cinema.
A man has no friends while his houseplant is full of buds (friends.) He does get a dog, who thinks if the man can grow something, he will be like this plant. Even if it means a great ... See full summary »
13 years worth of animated madness, stitched together to form a single stream of nightmare consciousness. With a wealth of unseen material as well as familiar classics and remastered, rejigged, reanimated nuggets.
In this 4th installment, the puppets encounter a crazed computer named Colin, who uses singing and dancing to teach the puppets about technology and the Internet, although things soon turn too digital.
Based on everything of his that I have seen so far, "Spoilsbury Toast Boy" seems to be Firth at his most genuinely, spine tinglingly shocking. It's a short series of creepy horror/drama/dystopian animations centering around a small, disturbed child and the beetle- ruled world that makes up his ugly surroundings. While there is some dark humor, as can be expected from Firth, the comedy is often overshadowed by horrific and vile tragedy. There are images in this series that are filled to the brim with heavy shock value, but the horror doesn't stop there. The entire series has this unnerving atmosphere, a mood so depressing and bleakly terrifying it heightens the shocking effects of some of the imagery. It's a Gothic, moody work of distressing genius.
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