In the 90's part of my daily after-school ritual was watching Batman: The Animated Series, so I think it’s fair to say that I have a lot of nostalgia for Batman in animated form. With that in mind, I was pretty intrigued to find out about Frank Miller’s Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, which is based on a four-issue comic book that was originally published in 1986. I’ve never read anything by Frank Miller, but I think most movie fans, like myself, are familiar with the author through Sin City and The Spirit which were also based on his comics.

Yes, your Connoisseur of Crap has found another gem!!! I don't know too much about this: it's an animated short I found over at about killer hamburgers, developed by students at the animation school "Supinfocom Arles" - and I LOVE it.

In this, uh, interesting horror-comedy, we get an insider's look at what happens when you mix an animated monster, porn actresses, and David Carradine... and let me tell you, it's pretty darn entertaining, in a watch with a group of friends and a ton of beer sort of way.

The 30-Second Remakes by Bunnies internet meme is all grown up, with "seasons" on NetFlix Instant and everything.

Apparently asked "Coraline" director Henry Selick to write a one-off guest blog entry about the inspiration for and genesis of the film.

If you've been to the movies any time in the last two months, you've most likely seen the trailer for the upcoming animated feature "9".

With all of the second-rate short films widely available on the Internet, sometimes it takes a bit of digging to uncover those hidden gems you can't wait to share with your friends.

Do you play with dolls? Sure we all do, but most of us try to only do it in the privacy of our own homes or in certain underground clubs where a password is required and you normally end up in a ball gag. But now you can put your sick pastime to work for a greater good.