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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH FILMMAKER DANIEL ROWE:
N: Thanks for coming, Mr. Rowe.
DR: Pleasure to be here, Nick.
N: So Daniel, what does "Barnyard Shenanigans: Director's Cut" mean to YOU?
DR: (laughs) I can't believe it's already been 15 years since the original B.S. was released.
N: It hasn't. And that wasn't the question. Besides that, what else can we expect from Daniel Rowe in the future?
DR: I'm glad you asked Nick. I've signed a contract with Pandemoniac Pictures to write and direct 99 more installments of Barnyard Shenanigans.
N: Jesus Christ.
Didnt got mee :3
You didnt got me but...Lol xD
Next time not so many exploding animals ;P
You totally got me with the cat.
that was hardly funny. seriously. i did like that giant chicken though.
please make a better show with more than just exploding animals
Had it highs and lows.
It started out pretty funny with all of the quotes from magazines and whatnot, but I wasn't too impressed after that. Everything before the intermission was pretty lame, mainly because it was choppy animation with sounds that made your ears bleed. I thought the intermission was funny, then the humor started to turn around.
I enjoyed the skit after the intermission very much, I thought the characters you cut out were very funny, but the exploding animals weren't that clever. I would have probably found it more amusing back when it was originally released. The music was pretty good though. Anyway, keep up the good work!
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