MirrorMask (2005): Or, “Neil Gaiman’s Girls, Part Two”

MirrorMask, the Jim Henson Company's most wildly imaginative post-Henson release, remains fairly obscure. And that's a shame, because it is a big-screen spectacle par excellence.

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Coraline (2009): Or, “Neil Gaiman’s Girls, Part One”

In the three years since its release, I’ve grown more and more fond of Coraline; it’s become one of my favorite animated films, strong work on every level. Here’s my original review...

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