Creature Comforts parents guide

Creature Comforts

Overall A-

Imagine Kids Say the Darnedest Things combined with the clay animation of Chicken Run, and you'll have an inkling of what Creature Comforts is all about. Audio recordings of the British public musing over various topics have been carefully synchronizing to animated animal figures, creating one of the most unique and hilarious series of short films to ever hit the airwaves.

Violence A-
Sexual Content A-
Profanity B+
Substance Use A-

Why is Creature Comforts rated Not Rated? The MPAA rated Creature Comforts Not Rated

Run Time: 5 minutes

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Creature Comforts
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia Not Rated
Alberta Not Rated
Manitoba Not Rated -----
Ontario Not Rated
Quebec Not Rated
Martimes Not Rated
Canadian Home Video G

News About "Creature Comforts"

Cast and Crew

Creature Comforts is directed by and stars Julie Sedgewick.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Creature Comforts movie is September 26, 2005. Here are some details…

DVD Release Date: 27 September 2005
Wonder no longer about what thoughts are going through you pet’s mind—thanks to Aardman Animation (who provide the claymation) and the British public (who offered their opinions and voice talents). A compilation of all 13 episodes of the television series’ first season, Creature Comforts will let you in on all those little secrets, and provide some interesting insights into regular people as well. To help viewers gain a greater appreciation for their sheer genius and incredible labor, the bonus features share a look behind-the-scenes and provide interviews with some of the creators, such as Nick Park and Richard “Goly” Goleszowski. The package also includes the1990 award winning short film that started it all. The audio track is available in English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), with English subtitles.

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Fans of clay animation will want to check out the other products of this creative team: Chicken Run and The Incredible Adventures of Wallace and Gromit. Another look at the similarities between man and beast is found in the talking-animal film Babe.