Fascinated by how animation, still in the 30s, all essentially happens in slow motion, even when movements are supposed to be very fast. Too many in-betweeners at work?
I came out of it thinking it was like watching part of a movie, lacking a beginning and an end. (Sheesh, even Godard might bristle at the prospect.) Now I think that's not quite right, like, it has a beginning and an end but they're underdeveloped...and so is the middle. Haven't been much of a horror guy, but lately am more interested in how tools like sound are used sooooo manipulatively (not saying this is a bad thing) to elicit…