This week on End Credits, we’ve got a lot things going on. The movie choice this week, The House on Netflix, combines three different stories under one banner, so we’re basically doing three movies in one. And speaking of movies that have more than one movie, we’re going to run down a list of other movies that have several different movies in them.
This Wednesday, January 26, at 3 pm, Adam A. Donaldson and Tim Phillips will discuss:
A Segment in 6 Parts. This week’s pick is an anthology, which is kind of a rarity in the movie business; a movie that’s made up of different short movies, sometimes with a different director for each segment. Before we get into The House, we will talk about some of the other anthologies you can find across the streaming sites, from stories about love in Paris, to Halloween tales, and several fun conversations around coffee and cigarettes.
REVIEW: The House (2022). This is a movie with three different stories about the same house, lovingly crafted in the nearly lost art of stop motion animation. London’s Nexus Studios produced The House, which contains three tales that span different styles, different time periods, and different anthropomorphized animals or humans. Featuring the voice talents of Matthew Goode, Helena Bonham Carter, Mia Goth, and Jarvis Cocker, The House can be spooky, it can be funny, and it can be strange, but is the movie any good? We’ll see.
End Credits is on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca Wednesday at 3 pm.
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