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Aug 14, 2004 | 11:46 PM EDT

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Psycho © 1960 Shamley Productions, Paramount Pictures, & Universal Pictures Inc.

This movie is 10 minutes and 55 seconds long exactly.

I, Mr. Rosy



Rated 4 / 5 stars


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!

GoldenClock responds:



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great movie

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.

GoldenClock responds:



Rated 4 / 5 stars


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. :-)

GoldenClock responds:



Rated 4 / 5 stars

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.

GoldenClock responds:

I got lazy with the wheels. I'm ashamed of it.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

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

GoldenClock responds:

And you thought all I was good at was making retarded flash :(