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Mar 9, 2006 | 2:09 AM EST

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*Turn the volume up*

A car hits a man walking in the middle of the road at night...

It's short, but there's more to come.

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sonicsn1fansonicsn1fan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

scary

it looked like the zombie was eatin chicken



marcos50marcos50

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice..."

One of the few ACCURATE zombie flashes Ive seen. Reasons being the guy's reaction and the effect of the tire lever.

Audio is VERY quiet. Next time when/if you make/release a sequel/other zombie film make it a decent bit louder.

Apart from the sound issue, no flaws, nice simple drawing technique, clean animation........utterly utterly brilliant.
Must have MOAR though. Suspense in a zombie film is a good thing, but the kind you get from waiting for a sequel is NOT ;p


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ShroikenShroiken

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice...

One of the few ACCURATE zombie flashes Ive seen. Reasons being the guy's reaction and the effect of the tire lever.

Audio is VERY quiet. Next time when/if you make/release a sequel/other zombie film make it a decent bit louder.

Apart from the sound issue, no flaws, nice simple drawing technique, clean animation........utterly utterly brilliant.
Must have MOAR though. Suspense in a zombie film is a good thing, but the kind you get from waiting for a sequel is NOT ;p


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RedKnight91RedKnight91

Rated 5 / 5 stars

One of the best zombie flashes I've seen...

Romero would be proud to see this as a clear improvement on what he started nearly 50 years ago. The animation was superb and the gore is tastefully done. The only complaints I have are it, even with the amount of detail you put into it, is way to short and you say up in the Author Comments that there's more to come. But I saw this flash at least 4 or 5 months ago, where is the new stuff? Anyway this is great and please continue to help zombie films regain their dignity in the public eye.


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JimmySavage responds:

Thank you, sir! I hate to say it, but it's actually a lot more than 5 months old - I submitted it early in '06. I wasn't lying, however...there really is more to come. In due time.


GlowbugGlowbug

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow!

That was some damn fine animation! Reminded me of some of Ralph Bakshi's stuff (the transparent, fluid moving figures). Hope to see more.