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--Thanks for all the reviews, guys--
As my first serious flash project, this was produced in the style of 1950's B-Movies. More specifically, in the style of Ed Wood. More or less.
Ed Wood produced eccentric no-budget movies that often featured irrelevant stock footage, bad special effects and other weird things.
Everything done in this flash movie was in order to get it as close to the real thing as possible. Irrelevant stock footage and all. With some of my own madness as well.
Very stylish flash. Different and refreshing. The B-movie concept was a good idea, and the stock footage was a touch of genius. However, I didn't like the ending when everyone started dancing to that annoying song. All in all, well done and good job!
great but buggy
It's great from what i see but it keeps jumping and restarting so i can never see the end ;(
This was just plain AWESOME
This is such an excellent tribute to the camp master, Ed Wood. I loved how you made the animation in the movie, it almost looks like gameplay footage, except for the black and white and the monster.
I liked all the editing of the old footage, and it made it seem more like an old classic movie. Although the review before wasn't too nice, I actually liked this one alot. Good idea and nice job.
this is a 5ux0r
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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