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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.
that was random... not really my humour though and poorly animated aswell
i would like to see if you improve, because i DO like randomness, i do not like it however when everything explodes, forming a huge pile of gore...
good luck :)
The only semi-funny thing was the baby chick.
well.. umm... i didnt really like it....
ok.. i was going to leave a comment here speaking my mind.... but apparantly if i did so my account will be deleted. so here comes some constructive critisism. it was only funny when the first animal exploded. after that, it got old real fast. nice job on the animation, though
10 stars is alot from me
I give it 10 and thats pretty good in my book. I still like when santa farts.
What you guys mean?
What you guys mean? Pointless? No way! Random, maby..
I think it is pretty poetic.. And funny, And i also think its a litle storyline behind this.
The saga of Mike Weiss at college.
Meet George, a small, angry, prejudiced dog.
What crazy contraption will this guy come up with next?
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