Animation • PG • 2009 • 1 hr 40 min
"It's a kids movie, it can't be scary!" Honey, you've got a big storm coming.
Genuinely creepy. The animation is fantastic and adds to the uncanny feeling throughout the movie.
a.) just creepy enough b.) this movie feels specifically like mid october in the mid 2000s c.) the pink palace is an architectural gem
Oddly terrifying for a kids movie, but with a good lesson & story. I’d recommend for anyone who likes the Tim Burton aesthetic.
The story, characters and atmosphere in this movie are excellent. One of the best stop motion movies.
1980s era creepiness-for-kids with beautiful animation. A genuine rarity in the new millennium.
A good movie to serve as your kids first “scary” movie. There are many possible theories to make about it, look on YouTube for some.
This movie made me afraid of clay-mation
Its creative and spooky but also there are things that are pretty cringy.
Intriguing and amusing. Really worth watching
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