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Psycho © 1960 Shamley Productions, Paramount Pictures, & Universal Pictures Inc.
SO DON'T SUE ME. >:( IT'S JUST A PARODY.
This movie is 10 minutes and 55 seconds long exactly.
I, Mr. Rosy
lol that was awesome!
I saw a remake of that movie a few days ago!it rocks!I like the music when he stabs that girl in the bathroom!
I myself am working on a Psycho-themed movie, and this one was really good. You left out some key parts of the movie though so it wasn't much of a surprise or anything when he found the dead mother and there wasn't much suspense. Still I like the backgrounds a lot they were perfectly accurate to the movie.
LET'S RAISE AND ROPE BRONCOS
Although I don't normally enjoy clock movies (No offence) I really liked this one a lot. Psycho is one of my all time favorite movies, and you did a very good job re-creating it (although my favorite scene wasn't included :-P) I loved the framing of the flash, it looked very much like the style of the original, and you did a good job of picking relevant scenes to make a coherent movie in 11 minutes. Great job. :-)
Haha, an enjoyable and laughable parody.
I enjoyed this fun interpretation of the classic. I'm not a huge fan of the clock thing, but I guess I don't really have a strong opinion on that one way or the other-its your style, so keep rocking it. Points for creativity, and the grayscale colors for clarity. I thought most of the animation was smooth and fluid, and the graphics were nicely rendered. The only thing I see that is a slight problem is that the cars' wheels did not turn as the vehicles were in motion. But that's just a small point of reference. I liked this flash and thought it fit just perfect for halloween time. Good stuff.
I got lazy with the wheels. I'm ashamed of it.
A great parody of Psycho.
That was great, one of the best flashes I've ever seen and it was really long as well, I liked how you managed to keep the movie gripping throughout and the use of black and white worked amazingly. The only thing I didn't like about it was the voices, perhaps it would have been better if there'd been voice acted instead of being computer voices.
Lots Of Love, Rebecca Rose
And you thought all I was good at was making retarded flash :(
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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