Stop-motion Movies

Mary and Max


I cannot believe that I missed out on this one for so long. Mary and Max is a 2009 Australian stop motion movie brought to us by Adam Elliot who wrote and directed it. I am going to tell you right ...



Coraline truly is a fantastic movie and a movie! I love this movie so much that I would put it just behind The Nightmare Before Christmas as my favorite stop motion style movie. I love the horror ...

Fantastic Mr. Fox


One thing I have to tell you about Fantastic Mr. Fox is that it took me many, many years to finally sit down and watch this. The reason is that when I first saw the trailer, I hated the way the ...

Chicken Run


If you're a 2000s kid, you truly appreciate the value of stop motion animation. this is an art style so beautifully and passionately crafted, that it can take actual years to develop one film. You ...

The Pirates! Band of Misfits


The Pirates! Band of Misfits is also known by the much cooler and funnier sounding name, The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists! This would be the last collaboration between Sony Pictures ...

Corpse Bride


Without death, you never fully realize the beauty of living. In Tim Burton's Corpse Bride, we're whisked away from the dull, money-centric Victorian town of the living and brought into the musical, ...



There are very few mainstream directors who compare to Tim Burton in terms of revolutionizing genres. Since the 80s, he's created some of the most imaginative cinematic worlds, be it with adapting ...

Isle of Dogs


If you're a film fan and have ever been in a Facebook group then you probably know Wes Anderson. Wes Anderson is popular for a very unique and quirky style of filmmaking, his style is extremely ...

Shaun the Sheep Movie


The Shaun the Sheep Movie is a 2015 British animated movie that is part of the Wallace and Gromit universe. Nick Park from what I understand actually had very little to do with this movie. At a ...

Stop-motion movies are a type of animation that uses physical objects to create the illusion of movement. The objects are often arranged in a frame and photographed, then the next frame is created by slightly rearranging the objects and taking another photo. This process is repeated until the desired effect is achieved.

Some of the most iconic stop-motion movies include The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), Corpse Bride (2005) and Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005). These movies have captured the imaginations of audiences for generations and continue to be popular today.

Stop-motion animation is a painstaking process that requires a great deal of patience and attention to detail. Every frame must be carefully planned and executed in order to create a smooth and believable animation.

Despite the challenges, stop-motion movies are beloved by audiences around the world. These movies have a unique charm that sets them apart from other types of animation. If you’ve never seen a stop-motion movie, be sure to check one out – you’re in for a treat!