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Uploaded
May 12, 2012 | 10:04 AM EDT
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Loop
290.6 KB
19 sec
Score
2.94 / 5.00

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Rated 2.94 / 5 stars
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796 Plays | 30 Downloads
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loop
horror
creepy
creepypasta

Author Comments

I was really high on antidepressants and I made this at 4am. I think the results speak for themselves what it's like in my head sometimes.

Reviews


JayWEccentJayWEccent

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Actually, very well done. It is creepy and thats the point.



shadowlurker505shadowlurker505

Rated 5 / 5 stars

what did she say?



darkmewtwo2darkmewtwo2

Rated 2 / 5 stars

LOL XD



PIED3PIED3

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Incredibly cliché. If this is what it's like in your head you need to stop watching so much tv and a few less films too. Everything about it conforms to the tropes of "scary music", from the pointless reverb to the "spooky perversion" of a children's nursery rhyme. The creepy is commonly the unknown and the unexpected but any fan of the horror genre would have heard this concept 1000 times before.
Beyond that it loops okay and the mixing and panning was quite nice. Too short and simplistic to be off much merit though.


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MrNumbers responds:

There is a reason things become cliche in the first place, indeed, and I really think I should have added this into the description;

You are right, your comment is actually exactly why I made this instead of something totally original. I'm using it for a Horror Comedy film I'm working on for school which parodies student films and the horror genre (Think the intellectual's Scary Movie), and I needed something original enough to be completely my own work but familiar enough that it's totally recognizable for what it is: An effective cliche that is overused in the horror genre.

I muchly appreciate your technical criticism past that, as that is EXACTLY the bigger issue I was worried about. Thank you for taking the time to comment.