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Recently, while on a hiking trip through the mountains of Detroit, I discovered a hidden village inhabited by many small woodland creatures. Surprisingly, they all spoke perfect English, and were excited to show me something. The creatures in this village have for years been making short films with equipment that had been lost by hikers such as myself.

Now that they are aware of the outside world, they are eager to show us their creations, and I'm helping them do it. So, without further ado, I bring you the first film to be released by the residents of this strange mountain village: Grandbunny Paradox. Directed by Bob Bunny.

And be sure to watch the Behinds the Scenes feature to see what the cast is like in real life.

Reviews


YourAntelopeYourAntelope

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It had everything!

Rabbits, sheep, stickpeople, time travel, thriller and comedy! Great idea, and done to a great standard. I particularly liked the thriller type music. By the way, I really reccomend watching Donnie Darko.



SythiusSythius

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

-Yawn-

The only good bit was the voice acting.
the rest could be cooked up in 5 minutes.


ChrisNosal responds:

Well, I highly doubt Bob could write the script, storyboard it, record sound effects, take dozens of pictures, edit those pictures, write and program music, and then compile everything in Flash in 5 minutes.

Well, I did the music, so that saved him some time. But STILL...


abluepillorafreemindabluepillorafreemind

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ingenius

I absolutely love the idea of this, but i would love to see the characters properly animated, but maybe that would be too time consuming, i would love to see more of these!



SiXterSiXter

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awsome

I really like the style of this, it could use a bit more movment tho, but it was awsome anyways. Id say this was the best one ive seen for about 2 months now. its for sure going in my favorites!



Mr-NoMr-No

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

«Wake up Donnie !»

Very cool animation. I like it 0ld style with tons of camera frames. It's different than clayMation. The story make me think about Franck the rabbit in Donnie Darko. Did you happen to read «The Philosophy of time travel» by Roberta Sparrow...


ChrisNosal responds:

I actually haven't seen Donnie Darko, but I keep meaning to watch it. The DVD is laying around here somewhere.

No, I haven't read that, but maybe I'll recommend it to Bob next time I see him.