‘Stopmotion’ starring Aisling Franciosi makes moves on Blu-ray, DVD and digital on 1 July 2024

‘If Aardman hired David Cronenberg to reboot ’80s Plasticine scamp Morph, it might look a bit like this creepy collision of body horror and stop-motion craft… a wildly inventive spurt of bug-eyed British gore that pulls the innards out of the creative process. Quite literally’


Time Out

‘An immersive sensory assault. Art and storytelling collide in breathtaking yet revolting fashion. Morgan’s knockout debut opens up the veins of a turbulent artist, delivering one creepy melding of mediums to an unsettling powerful degree’
Bloody Disgusting

‘As stunning, diabolical and boundary-pushing an emergence as any filmmaker could hope to achieve’
Paste Magazine

‘A compelling tale of the dangers of obsession and art’s ability to consume. Excellently constructed animation plays against an incredible live-action performance by Aisling Franciosi to create a thoroughly creative macabre nightmare’

The Hollywood News

Stop what you’re doing, it’s time for ‘a hellish immersive experience’ (Dread Central) like no other, as the highly anticipated Stopmotion makes moves on to Blu-ray, DVD and digital from Acorn Media International this summer, following its UK premiere on Shudder.
The Nightingale’s Aisling Franciosi gives another outstanding turn as a talented stop-motion artist who becomes completely consumed by the grotesque world of her horrifying creations – with deadly results.
Stopmotion has garnered praise and awards galore, including the best director prize at Fantastic Fest for the hugely talented Robert Morgan’s feature directorial debut. His truly original mind-melter brings nightmares to life before your very eyes and is set for its home entertainment bow on 1 July 2024.
Following the death of her overbearing mother, stop-motion animator Ella Blake (Franciosi – The Fall, Game of Thrones, God’s Creatures), is struggling to control her demons. She embarks on a new film project; in the hope it will channel her creativity and help her escape her problems… but it soon becomes the battleground for her sanity.
As Ella’s fragile mind starts to fracture, the characters in her movie take on a life of their own and things spiral into an unimaginable nightmarish hellscape.
Go beyond the screen and into the twisted, terrifying world of Stopmotion.

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