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    ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ Dominates the Annies – Oscar Next?

    Following last weekend’s big win with the Producers Guild, Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph solidified its spot as the top dog in the Oscar race for Best Animated Feature by winning five Annie Awards. The 40th annual Annie Awards – which honor excellence in film animation –  took place Saturday night, and while Wreck-It Ralph walked away […] More

  • Annie Awards nominations dominated by Disney/Pixar

    As one has come to expect lately, the Mouse House (Disney) and Pixar have racked up an impressive amount of nominations for the Annie Awards. Along with Paperman being in Best Animated Short, the Disney/Pixar contingent accounted for 3 of the 8 Best Animated Features lots with Brave, Wreck-It Ralph and Frankenweenie. Also in contention for the […] More

  • 7 Films Oscar Shouldn’t Have Been Scared Of

    Last year I made a sad observation for the comedy genre that often gets overlooked time and time again.  As Halloween is canceled on the East Coast due to the storm, I realized the Horror genre gets the finger more often than its comedic counterpart.  How many horror films would you throw in a Best […] More

  • BFI London Film Festival – DAY 1 (Part 1)

    At last! The BFI London Film Festival 2012 has arrived. Since receiving press honours for the site last month I’ve been counting down the days to this great city’s very own film fest. Who said my North American counterparts should have all the fun? Although the festival officially kicked off this evening, with the European […] More

  • Circuit 3: Movie Monsters

    As you’ve seen in other posts, The Awards Circuit is getting in the spirit of Halloween by dedicating many of our series to horror movies, and so for the month of October, Circuit 3 will take part by ranking certain aspects from the genre. We are going to start with listing our three favorite/best movie Monsters in […] More

  • Frankenweenie (***)

    Tim Burton returns to his roots of classic and clever animation with his newest, Frankenweenie.  Showcasing some beautiful 3-D animation and encompassing a cute, clever, and homage banner to the monster genre, Burton delivers his most solid effort since Big Fish (2003). Frankenweenie tells the story of Victor, a young boy with an aptitude for science, who’s […] More

  • Oscar Animated Feature: A Legitimate Frontrunner Steps Forward

    As the awards season draws nearer, it becomes a fun game to be the first to spot the surprise Oscar nominees that no one else sees coming. In the case for Best Animated Feature Film, we’ve seen a few of this year’s frontrunners already (Brave, ParaNorman), with several more to come in the next few […] More

  • Photos from Walt Disney Studios 2012 Comic-con

    Walt Disney Studios is having another busy year at Comic-con. Here are some photos from their events which include The Art of Frankenweenie Exhibit, a Tim Burton Signing, Hall-H Panel Presentation (Frankenweenie / Oz The Great and Powerful – pictured above / Wreck-It Ralph), a Press Conference, and their Press Line. See more pictures after the […] More

  • Disney Comic-Con Press Conference: Frankenweenie and Oz: The Great and Powerful

    While Disney held its annual Comic-Con panel today, they gave press members the option of attending a more intimate press conference where we could talk to the talent on hand from the movies they were promoting. Which mean that for about 30 mins a piece we’d have the opportunity to ask the likes of Tim […] More

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