8 scary Disney cartoons just in time for Hallowe’en

  There is a lingering idea in our culture that animation=children’s entertainment. As well as being a risky mental shortcut for harried parents—there is a TV room someplace at this very moment where little Horace and little Jocasta are being babysat by Bojack Horseman—the stigma that treats animation as an entertainment for infant brains pushes adults away from watching some pretty incredible art.  

Career-oriented succubus learns she can’t have it all: Incubus (1966) Movie Review

Incubus (1966) was very nearly a lost movie. If it had been lost, it would be hard to believe that an American movie filmed entirely in Esperanto existed at all.   But it squeaked through the closing doors of history and it’s possible for doubters to see it with their own eyes and be amazed. Incubus (1966) exists, and it is the stuff obsessions are made of.