Many of Jon Morris's characters in The League of Regrettable Sidekicks are proven to be a reflection of their times not only culturally but in terms of the evolution of the genre, as well.
Bill Morrison's The Beatles Yellow Submarine mixes its psychedelia to fully represent the strange combinations found in George Dunning's 1968 film.
This is a hard-hitting (and highly recommended) documentary about the ties that bind us and the laws that might just separate us.
"Creepy clowns" have become the rule, not the exception. How and when did clowns change from entertainers to tormentors?