Thursday, 7 October 2010

A Town Called Panic

Here's a clip from Belgian / French / British / Luxembourgish stop-motion crackersplosion A Town Called Panic, out this Friday:

If you can imagine that stretched out to 75 minutes, with added cowboys, indians, farmyard animals, devious fish men, piano-playing horses, a giant mechanical snowball-flinging penguin, a woolly mammoth and fifty million bricks then you'll have a fair idea of what to expect.
A Town Called Panic is based on a Belgian TV series, each episode of which is five minutes long, and although the film is a pleasantly mentile enough way to spend an hour and a quarter, five minutes is probably the optimum length when each second is packed with 24 frames of Gallic insanity.

Before you see it, here's the all-important information you need from the IMDb Parents' Guide:
And here's the very scene that contains ALL THAT RISKY CONTENT. Younger viewers may want to turn away.


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