Vicenta: A Spine-Tingling Tale of Lusty Betrayal and Bloodthirsty Revenge

Vicenta: A Spine-Tingling Tale of Lusty Betrayal and Bloodthirsty Revenge

Vicenta is an awesome stop-motion animated short film directed by Sam Orti at the Spanish studio Conflictivos Productions. This plasticine/claymation movie turns out to be an epic little horror-film, with scenes of hot sex, bloody corpses and intense violence. The film tells the story of a woman in search of her husband’s lottery winnings, whose rich but miserly husband is having a steamy liaison with the scheming floozy who lives in the flat next door. If you’ve ever wondered what a hardcore claymation sex scene might look like, then you’ve absolutely got to check this one out!

Vicenta: A Spine-Tingling Tale of Lusty Betrayal and Bloodthirsty Revenge

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A Matter of Loaf and Death: Big Trouble at the Mill

A Matter of Loaf and Death: Big Trouble at the Mill

A Matter of Loaf and Death is an award-winning, delightful clay-animated short film directed by Nick Clark, a four-time Academy Award-winning English filmmaker of stop-motion animation.  The film, starring the much-loved duo Wallace and his faithful dog Gromit, is a Best Animated Short Films Nominee for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards.  A Matter of Loaf and Death played on BBC Television last year and was the highest-rated program of 2008 and the highest-rated non-sporting event in the United Kingdom since 2004.  In 2008, the film won the BAFTA Award for Best Short Animation and the Annie Award for Best Animated Short Subject.

A Matter of Loaf and Death is a suspenseful, romantic high-action murder mystery, with Wallace and and the ever-trusty Gromit starting a new bakery business, Top Bun.  Gromit learns that a number of bakers in town have been mysteriously disappearing, and tries to solve the case before Wallace ends up a victim himself.  The mystery involves a new love interest for Wallace, Ms. Piella Bakewell, who is a bread enthusiast and former pin-up girl for the “Bake-O-Lite” bread company, as well as, for the first time, a cute sweetheart for Gromit: Ms. Bakewell’s charming little French poodle, Fluffles.  The very urgent question now is: will Gromit be able to discover the identity of the Cereal Killer before poor Wallace ends up becoming the next ghastly victim?

A Matter of Loaf and Death: Big Trouble at the Mill

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Sexy Chainsaw Maid Staves Off Bloodthirsty Brain Eating Zombies Attack!

Sexy Chainsaw Maid Staves Off Bloodthirsty Brain Eating Zombies Attack!

They are coming for your flesh and blood,
The last hope of the family rests on a sexy faithful maid!

Chainsaw Maid is a short animated film by Takena Nagao, an awesomely disgusting claymation blood feast.  The film tells the story of a sexy faithful maid who will go any distance to give satisfaction to her employers.  She certainly won’t be stopped by a bunch of bloodthirsty brain eating zombies.  The brutal clay splatter starts out slow, but it quickly turns into a blood bath as the devoted maid tries to fend off the zombies and takes the last resort of wielding a chainsaw.  Clay never looked so wondrously violent until Chainsaw Maid came along!

Sexy Chainsaw Maid Staves Off Bloodthirsty Brain Eating Zombies Attack!

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Grizzly Bear’s Ready, Able: A Hauntingly Surreal Mix of Sadness and Otherworldly Beauty

Grizzly Bear’s Ready, Able: A Haunting Surreal Mix of Sadness and Otherworldly Beauty

Grizzly Bear’s Veckatimst has given birth to another aesthetically appealing video.  Artist Allison Schulnik has created a mesmerizing smeary rainbow-dripped claymation landscape for Ready, Able.  It’s a hauntingly surreal mix of sadness, repulsion and a kind of otherworldly beauty.  Why is that one blob thing melting?  Why are those faces turning inside out?  And why do I get so depressed watching all of it?

Grizzly Bear’s Ready, Able: A Haunting Surreal Mix of Sadness and Otherworldly Beauty

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Doin’ the Fancy Dancy Dance

Doin’ the Fancy Dancy Dance

Dancin’ the dancy dance,
Wearin’ the pantsy pants,
Takin’ a chancey-chance.

Dancy Dance is a very amusing 20-second short claymation “sketch” created by Kirsten Lepore.  Lepore adds that she, “Made the funky ass beat too.  Dontcha’ wanna just dance to that?!?”  Actually, this short-short animation is a neat little mood-brightener, really fun to watch.  Makes me want to try making one of these things myself too.  I’ll have to go up in the attic and see if I can find some stuff to make it with, like maybe my old 1970’s Play-Doh Fuzzy Pumper Barber and Beauty Shop will work.  Well, one day.  Maybe.

Doin’ the Fancy Dancy Dance

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