Julien Grande’s Pour une Poignée de Girolles, or For a Handful of Chanterelles, is a sweetly written and softly drawn short film about the art and craft of preparing a supper, the simple joys of family life and togetherness, and the unforeseen perils of foraging.
(Gore) Krusty and other Springfield characters star in a heist gone horribly wrong. Claymation master Lee Hardcastle shares what he says is a banned couch gag that he made for The Simpsons. The song is I Need A New Beginning by Ruiji – an homage to Where Is My Mind.
(Gore) Originally aired in 2010 – and later released on DVD – Marvel and BET’s Black Panther is a motion comic miniseries with lots of action and cheesy humor. The miniseries sees T’Challa go up against a group of supervillains trying to take over Wakanda.
Go behind the scenes with the talented artists behind Wes Anderson’s stop-motion film, Isle of Dogs and see how the puppet makers, set builders, animators, and voice actors come together to bring the characters and story to life from otherwise inanimate objects. More here.
(PG-13) Design and motion graphics studio 2veinte presents the opening sequence for an as yet non-existent anime about a group of misfits thrown together in a war against evil forces from outer space. We can’t decide if we like the animation or the theme song better.
Back in 1958, Disney envisioned the future of America’s highways and automotive tech. While we still don’t have flying ambulances or self-building roads, backup cameras and traffic apps are everyday items, and autonomy is closer than ever. Watch the full movie here.
Our first real look at the sequel to Disney Pixar’s 2004 hit, as our superheroic family gets pulled out of their now ordinary lives to save the world from a new villain hellbent on destruction. Stars Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L. Jackson, and Bob Odenkirk, among others.
A duo of trailers for a new animated sci-fi series about an astronaut and his unusual sidekick, who find themselves on journeys to discover the mysteries of the universe. The show features voicework from Fred Armisen, David Tennant, Steven Yeun, and Tom Kenny, among others.
Living with a dark secret, a man is assigned the task of cataloging the most important people in history, but his hard drive runs out of room and he must start making cuts. We’re not sure how we missed Bernardo Britto’s 2014 short film before now, but it’s too good not to share.
Whether you loved or hated The Last Jedi, most of us can agree that the fight sequence in Snoke’s Throne Room was pretty awesome. Here, Mr. Sunday Movies brilliantly recreated the scene as if it were played out on a Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis console.