Review – ‘Spontaneous’ Proves to be Comically Explosive

An allegory for teenage angst, Spontaneous is a new lens of adolescence as it goes in depth while being wildly unpredictable. A poignant, fast-paced, hilarious and genuinely shocking of-the-moment maximalist portrayal of what the fuck it really feels like to grow up in 2020. It feels like life will just snap to a close at literally any moment so why keep chugging along when it … Continue reading Review – ‘Spontaneous’ Proves to be Comically Explosive

The Slice Recommends: Hidden Treasures of Animation

The Slice team have come together to explore their favourite, under-appreciated, animated classics. These are films which can really mean so much to us, with a pure personal messages, or even those that have fantastic humour and uplift us. Treasure Planet (2002) Treasure Planet is one of Disney’s most emotional features, but beyond that, it’s one of their most visually psychedelic and inventive ones too. … Continue reading The Slice Recommends: Hidden Treasures of Animation