Monsters, Inc. (2001)

body horrorno
violence toward animalsno
Bechdel-Wallace testfailed
Mako Moripassed
X was the real YIt turns out that corporations are the real monsters.

Like all good horror movies, the real horror here is exploited labour.

This movie is good, and also about the dawning realization that the monsters were dehumanizing the humans (pun like 30% intended) they relied on for energy in order to make their suffering. It also deals with the increasing exploitation that comes with automation.

Update: wrote the above with like 10 minutes left in the movie (I didn't get a chance to watch this in one sitting) and there was a lingering question, and this movie answered it, and it was gross and cool. This was slightly better than I thought