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Wow, the final part is done. I really hope you like it, I loved making it. It is advisable to watch the first two entries in the series before this one. I hope you enjoy it, and special thanks to Edgar Allan Poe for creating this story.
Poe rules, and you have captured it perfectly.
The ending needs some work, and the last few lines of the voice over could be re-done. But that would be only to make it absolutely perfect.
Incredible job all the way around.
This was...amazing. Now just to tell you I didn't watch the first two parts, but I know the story from reading it at school. The graphics were OUTSTANDING (I liked the little NG twist you had with the clocks ;-) )!! I liked how you followed the story exactly, since most people don't do that anymore, and the music was weird, but it definitely fitted in with the psycho guy! Great job! Awesome!
Strange is one good narrator.
I was expecting another Clock movie as usual, but hot damn! This is great!
Graphics 10: Very great! I love the effects. Good work!
Style 10: I've seen short little scenes based off of "The Tell Tale Heart" but this is the most original I've seen.
Sound 10: OMG! Narration-- PERFECT!
Violence 5: Blood stains are pretty violent, but not too much.
Interactivity 0: The only interactivity is the play button
Humor 0: This is a serious movie, so no need for humor.
i must say i'm incredibly biased against clocks but this is one the best series/flash on the portal clock or no, incredibly well done. The details and graphics of the flashes were complex but not overly so, and the narration/sound was well done. All in all, a good flash, congrats!
this follows the book exactly.
It is a good book and your movies follow the book exactly,the old guy with the vulture eye dying and the scream and the words and the police. great i read it in my literuture class.
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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