Tag Archive: Gulliver’s Travels

Jan
07

Cinefantastique Post-Mortem: Bumpin’ Gullivers & More J-Horror

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS (1939)

Having roundly belittled the recent, Jack Black-infused version of GULLIVER’S TRAVELS, Steve Biodrowski, Lawrence French, and Dan Persons turn their sights to other, earlier versions of the fantasy classic. Of a slate that includes an animated version from the Fleischers, a kid-oriented take from Ray Harryhausen, and the Halmis’ encyclopedic TV adaptation, which towers Brodignagianly …

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Jan
03

Cinefantastique Podcast: GULLIVER’S TRAVELS

An Iconic Moment, Reimagined: Jack Black in GULLIVER'S TRAVELS.

The CFQ crew is back, all rested after their holiday break and ready to tackle the new and exciting fantasy, horror, and science fiction film releases of 2011. But first, there’s GULLIVER’S TRAVELS, the big-budget adaptation of Jonathan Swift’s beloved comic novel, starring Jack Black as the titular traveler — here portrayed (in a stunning …

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