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Tagged with: Cartoons

The primordially horrifying wavelength of ‘Skinamarink’

Balboa Theatre hosts the film phenomenon that taps into spooky liminal spaces and physical media nostalgia.

Ruffled muppet slaughterhouse? Another Hole in the Head still stocks the campiest of gore

Film festival's 20th edition features 1920 classic 'Dr. Caligari,' ice mummies—and even Freddy Krueger as waterbed.

Arts Forecast: Civic Center to be flooded with drag queens, fabulously

Join 'The Show.' Plus: How Weird, Bearrison, APAture, Kal Penn, Dreamers' Circus, 111 Minna turns 30, more to do

Screen Grabs: A visit with the early Stones in ‘Charlie Is My Darling’

Plus: The Murder of Fred Hampton, They Stole the Bomb, Los Ultimos Frikis, and a slew of new horror flicks.

Feathered hair and high kicks rule in sparkling ‘Shit & Champagne’

D'Arcy Drollinger's dragsploitation flick finally comes to the big screen—'70s aesthetics and toilet humor included.

Arts Forecast: No big parade, but Pride season’s already busting out the wigs and rainbows

Giant pink triangle, Oaklash, gay ballet, drag dance, Queer Women of Color Film Fest, more add abundant sparkle

Screen Grabs: Women electronica innovators to Sesame Street, new docs take on legends

Our critic's take on this week's batch of documentaries that bring back the heyday of Tiny Tim, and the emotional educational prowess of Big Bird.

Letter to the Editor: Weighing in on Garfield’s leftist cred

Garfield has been transformed into a icon of the left—but what's his creator doing with Mike Pence?

Behold, Garfield—now a joyful online leftist icon, lasagna and all

In the endless meme wars, Garfield has been granted a decidedly different fate than infamous Pepe the Frog.

It’s OK to laugh! Christina Spiegel’s cartoons bring comic relief to our moment

Alameda cartoon artist's deadpan one-liners and true-life characters provide human connection.