Fistful of Madness

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Sep 22, 2007 | 11:51 PM EDT

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Daily Feature! Thanks guys.

For those of you asking, the music is Ecstasy of Gold. The first half of the movie is the original by Ennio Morricone; the second half is a cover of the same song by Metallica.

The Credits get cut off because I forgot to put a stop(); command at the end of it, so if you care enough just right click and turn off loop, and you should be good to go. The movie is also defaulted to low quality so if you have a newer computer, you can change it by right clicking and toggling the quality.

Well, this is my Madness Day submission (cutting it a little close). It takes place between Avenger and Apotheosis Time constraints pushed this a little thin, but alas, that happens with deadlines.

Hope you guys enjoy this.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


that was something pretty good music was awsome


Rated 5 / 5 stars


that was a really nice video. i thought after he shot the deputy for the first time it would be over, but then you spiced it up with the bar fight seen. I think this like a lot of different madness combat vids all together.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


that's was nice. real nice way you fused the classic western with madness. good job.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

very nice, and similar to the actual madness comba

freedom came my way one day,
and it started out of town!
all of a sudden, i see the sheriff john brown,
aiming to shoot me down.
so i shot him, i shot him down!
now i say...
if you prove i'm guilty i will pay!!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


My favourite twist on the madness series!! By incorporating brown you captured a great spagetti western feel. I loved the music and the authentic weapons of the era that gave it a very orignal and cool style that the series hasn't seen yet yet. Universally, the use of a rock soundtrack to such images is incredable and truly unique!!! You also did some nice action using the iconic weapons and traditional madness style and also telling a story as simply as Krinkles does. Hats off my friend. I believe you should start your own rock and roll western in your own style. If not, then I will!