Wow, 90s kids sure like this movie, huh?
The one about the rabbits. You remember the rabbits, don’t you?
Years ago, the McElroys joked about a counterpart to their show My Brother, My Brother and Me called My Sister, My Sister and Me. While that did eventually come into existence as a one-off bonus for donors to the Maximum Fun network, the public at large was left bereft of a weekly source of sisterly goofs. Into that void came Still Buffering, a podcast hosted by three sisters – two in their thirties, and one still in high school.
A stop motion animated flick about the moving friendship between an adult man and a little girl.
I guess “not as twee or creepy as the premise implies!” wouldn’t be a very good pull quote for the box.
Who would’ve thought a bunch of 90s kids would have so many feelings about detective mice?
Not Disney, that’s for sure. RELEASE THE MERCH. WE KNOW YOU HAVE IT.
Welcome to Trash & Treasures! We rescue the movies others throw away.
As I toil away on Gankutsuou – posts apparently determined to be difficult to write in a manner proportional to my love for the series – I wanted to take this moment to share an exciting project with you, dear readers. Continue reading
No series taught me more, at the tender age of nine, about war, death, trauma, loss, and excruciating body horror than Animorphs. I can comfortably say that KA Applegate’s children’s novels are irrevocably stamped all over my tastes as an adult (frankly it’s a short skip and a jump to Cronenberg’s The Fly remake with its gruesome and poignant thematic exploration of terminal illness, so much so that Applegate referenced it in the books). And thanks to Megan and Carey, the fine hosts of the Morph Club podcast, I’ve had a great opportunity to revisit that beginning.