Underground Reading: Five Victorian Ghost Novels
Kraken: briefly

"Since movies are a series of still photographs projected at high speed to create the illusion of motion, I’ve always felt that animation, and stop-motion animation in particular, represents the medium at its essence; your Ray Harryhausens and Henry Selicks not only think in terms of individual frames, they do so within a context of solid, three-dimensional objects that occupy space in the real world." -- Excerpted from Mike D'Angleo's excellent essay about "The Wrong Trousers."