Toy Story isn’t a charming tale of friendship and families. It’s an ode to the modern man and how the hunter-gatherer of old has been cast aside.
Hitchcock truly understood how to best shock, thrill and scare us. Sometimes all at once. The greatest culmination of this is the Psycho shower scene.
In this video essay on Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, we talk through the process of getting your characters in and out of 'The Inner Most Cave' - the part of the story where the protagonist has to fight the villain who has been plaguing them since Act One.
Who is the man behind the critically acclaimed shows 'Community' & 'Rick and Morty'? Let's find out in this week's Sight Unsound video essay.
Bojack Horseman uses the trope of the silent episode as a novel way of exploring some the more prominent themes within the series during 'Fish Out of Water'
How the first 10 minutes of True Detective's opening episode beautifully sets up the show's themes for its entire season.
Why do we like King Bertie so much? It's to do with a cat he saves at the beginning of The King's Speech. No it's not a real cat. Hang on, I can explain.
Why the first 10 minutes of the Breaking Bad pilot episode contain the most important scenes in its entire five season run.
The second part of our analysis on the Black Mirror episode Fifteen Million Merits, Charlie Brooker's terrifying gaze into the blank screen of the future.
Fifteen Million Merits is the Black Mirror episode that most accurately represents Charlie Brooker’s own voice and the overall message of the series.