The Animation Workshop comes up with the very funny Slug Invasion. So you get the timid recruits, the full of manure sergeant, some ghastly dialogue (as spoken by many a celluloid hero) and the sort of scenarios that sadly are taken from real life folks. Set in a little old lady's suburban garden, the slimy invaders have to fight hard to stay alive. There's much goo, and red goo at that, in glorious viscid 3D action. All might be termed predicable once the slaughter commences in earnest but it's great fun seeing the spike plonking down from above and our heroes looking up at the giant in her sunhat as the gore count rises inexorably higher. Or is it inexorable? Extremely well made in a manner that is becoming a trademark of this marvellous animation school, the honours go to Morten Helgeland, Casper Wermuth, Lasse Rasmussen, Carina Løvgreen, Kirsten Bay Nielsen, Polina Bokhan, Peter Egeberg, Magnus Myrälf and Maria B. Kreutzmann.