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These Belko Experiment Claymation Shorts Are Disgusting in the Best Possible Way These Belko Experiment Claymation Shorts Are Disgusting in the Best Possible Way

If the gushing rivers of blood in these claymation shorts can make your stomach churn, just imagine how you’ll react while viewing the live-action film that inspired them.

This Short Stop-Motion Clay Animation Is Fantastically Fluid

I’ve always thought that one of the appeals of stop-motion claymation was the imperfections in the animation, how things never quite moved as fluidly as real life. After watching this short from Guldies, I now realize that it’s because no one is a master of stop-motion claymation like he is. The animation is really…

NSFW Animation Shows How Awful It Is to Be Stuck on Earth with Somebody After the Apocalypse

What’s worse than being alone on a post-apocalyptic Earth? Being stuck with someone you absolutely can’t stand. This short animation, After the End from Sam Southward, shows what happens when the last two men on Earth battle it out for a sex doll, all while doing a bunch of drugs, drinking a bunch of alcohol, and…

We Can't Legally Tell You to Be High While Watching This But

Ever wonder what the dreams of a professional animator must look like? Adult Swim’s Off the Air videos continue to be some close approximate of that breed of visual weirdness, and Shapes is the latest installment.

Catch up on the Rosetta Mission with an Adorable Claymation Clip

Haven’t stayed on top of the Rosetta mission? Learn about the spacecraft, lander, and what we’ve learned from the comet so far in under 3 minutes of charming stop motion.

The Rosetta Space Mission, Explained with Claymation

The Royal Observatory Greenwich has been posting some adorable space-themed animations, but this one detailing the European Space Agency’s Rosetta Mission and the landing of Philae on comet 67P is particularly charming. Can we have clay versions of all our space robots?

Watching a claymation head get deconstructed is oddly fascinating

It is somehow humanizing and terrifying to watch this claymation head get deconstructed in stop-motion. I think I shrieked and thought the face was coming alive multiple times and then shrieked again but no matter how gross it got, I could never look away.

Frozen Meets The Thing In This Adorably Vile Claymation Mash-Up Frozen Meets The Thing In This Adorably Vile Claymation Mash-Up

Animator Lee Hardcastle shares his latest creation, a lovingly gory, amazingly accurate claymation sequence that imagines what would happen if the Frozen gang enacted the blood-test scene from John Carpenter's The Thing.

A Medical Student Ends Up Rooming With A Zombie—And Things Get Silly A Medical Student Ends Up Rooming With A Zombie—And Things Get Silly

Think twice before you cheekily post an for a roommate — wanted dead or alive. A squeamish medical student finds himself with a zombie paying half of his rent and things get adorably gross from there.

Constantine Tries To Save His Own TV Show In Bizarre Claymation Short Constantine Tries To Save His Own TV Show In Bizarre Claymation Short

The future of the Constantine TV series looks pretty bleak, but supernatural detective/exorcist John Constantine isn't waiting around to be canceled. He's decided to hunt for his own missing showrunners in this silly, surreal claymated short titled "John Con Noir."

What Makes Even The Devil Hate Hell? The Bureaucracy What Makes Even The Devil Hate Hell? The Bureaucracy

The Devil just wants to buy a few souls and call it a day, but he's constantly wrapped up in red tape. At least in this short film, he can slip away for a massage—but can he relax even there?

This creepy claymation ballet is like a Silly Symphony from Hell This creepy claymation ballet is like a Silly Symphony from Hell

The short film Eager begins as a slow dance of undead wraiths, but it eventually takes us to a claymation garden that seems pulled from a particularly nightmarish version of Alice in Wonderland, where the pansies have skull faces and the snap dragons are out to eat everyone else.

Claymation aliens turn a petty dispute into an all-out animated war Claymation aliens turn a petty dispute into an all-out animated war

For the latest entry in his Illustrated Aliens series, Andy Martin takes us to Planet Six, where his part-claymation, part-hand-drawn aliens find themselves engaged in a small argument that escalates quickly into a violent battle. The clay will fly.

These Aliens Really Want to Put That Baby in the Microwave These Aliens Really Want to Put That Baby in the Microwave

Lee Hardcastle, better known as the maker of that delightfully violent penguin-themed claymation remake of The Thing, continues his reign as the early '80s Sam Raimi of the claymation world with this short tale of a baby, a microwave and the alien invasion that desperately wants to bring the two together. I feel…

Mary and Max: An 8-Year-Old Girl and an Obese, Asperger's Adult are an Unlikely Pair of Pen Pals in this Claymation Film Mary and Max: An 8-Year-Old Girl and an Obese, Asperger's Adult are an Unlikely Pair of Pen Pals in this Claymation Film

Two characters, with seemingly nothing in common, become fervent pen pals in this silly, slightly dark, clever claymation film, written and directed by Adam Elliot.

Paranorman trailer shows how to make both adults and kids laugh, without resorting to gimmicks Paranorman trailer shows how to make both adults and kids laugh, without resorting to gimmicks

Is there anything worse than a "kiddie" movie that desperately tries to make adults laugh too, by throwing in dated pop-culture references and in-jokes? Thank goodness the claymation movie Paranorman looks like it's relying on actual, you know, humor.

Must Watch: Aardman Animations' Ultra-Cute Claymation Batman and Catwoman Must Watch: Aardman Animations' Ultra-Cute Claymation Batman and Catwoman

Aardman Animations, the people behind Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run, are doing new claymation shorts starring DC Comics superheroes as part of Cartoon Network's new DC Nation block of programming. (Which will also include Plastic Man cartoons and a short series about superheroines teaming up called Super Best…

What if The Thing starred the beloved claymation penguin Pingu? What if The Thing starred the beloved claymation penguin Pingu?

Watch Lee Hardcastle's beautiful hybrid of the 1980s stop-motion TV show Pingu crossed with John Carpenter's alien horror movie The Thing! We've never seen so much clay penguin blood! Hat tip to syafiqjabar of Mars.

Gorgeous stop-motion zombie flick ParaNorman looks like The Goonies meets The Sixth Sense Gorgeous stop-motion zombie flick ParaNorman looks like The Goonies meets The Sixth Sense

Check out the latest trailer for ParaNorman, a new stop-motion film from the brilliant minds at Laika (the folks behind Coraline). We kind of love the idea of a little kid who can see dead people whose mental psyche hasn't been horrible scarred.

Claymation humanizes Godzilla's soppy monster backstory Claymation humanizes Godzilla's soppy monster backstory

Turns out Godzilla (or at least a kaiju very similar to Godzilla) is simply misunderstood. Check out this amazing music video that will transport you back to the 1990s, a time when each band had a story to tell via claymation monster.

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