The divisive Happytime Murders is up for 6 Razzie Awards, joining an elite (if mean-spirited) club alongside Paul Blart, Kirk Cameron and The Emoji Movie.
Through all the uneven reviews The Happytime Murders has been getting the past few weeks, there is one consensus. The puppetry and visual effects of this film are stunning. Take a look at just how it was all done.
For our final piece of coverage on The Happytime Murders release, our own Rachel Herrick is taking a look at a film that can only be described as divisive.
Read our spoiler filled review of The Happytime Murders as we discuss crass humour, amazing puppetry, and much more.
Read our review of The Happytime Murders without those pesky spoilers.
To promote the Henson film The Happytime Murders, out everywhere soon, the Henson Company set up The Inkhole Lounge, an interactive experience where guests could converse with the puppet stars of the film.
Warning: The Happytime Murders is an adult film for an adult audience. This video contains adult content.
With The Happytime Murders only days away, the promos are coming thick and fast. There’s PSA’s, Tweets, and a grat little short film.
WARNING: These videos are all NSFW. This is an adult film, for adult audiences.
A judge has ruled in favor of STX Entertainment, meaning they will be able to continue using their ‘No Sesame. All Street’ tagline.
Sesame Workshop have filed a lawsuit against STX Entertainment, the marketing team behind Happytime Murders for their ‘No Sesame. All Street’ tagline.
The trailer for Happytime Murders is here and it’s pretty divisive. So we talked to someone who worked on it, and perhaps the trailer isn’t indicative of the film as a whole…