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May 24, 2008 | 9:35 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature May 26, 2008

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Short story about young man who falls into trap of his own memories.
Well, I worked a bit on it for some time.. Song is made by my friend's band, big thanks for it!

May lag on older computers! If your pc isn't relatively new, then hit Q to change quality (low or medium recommended)

Edit: Daily Feature, woah! Thanks people! :D



Rated 4 / 5 stars

good but one problem

after I changed the quality, i couldn't change it back

Deadmen responds:

just hit Q more times. Sometimes it's glitched


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Could use a few more hints.

First off, the graphics are pretty damn good and there's definitely a strong resemblence to Death Note. The music is a fine pick. It's original and fits in really well. The concept behind the story is interesting however it's not all too clear as to why the guy turns evil, or is it just his dark side making a sudden in-and-out appearance in his fantasy? Maybe it's the fact that he hates the girl as much as he loves her? Or maybe he's just paranoid and he sees the girl as something that is corrupting him...
Hmmmm...well, the idea behind it all is still in the air. So I would suggest giving a few more hints to what really happens. Also, I'm not sure whether or not it was intended so the movie would keep the rythm of the music but I think that some shots are a bit too long like the one that the guy walks besides other people in the beginning and then the view changes to get a shot of the sun for a transition.

In the end, it's a great little movie that I will recommend to other buddies of mine.

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Deadmen responds:

d'oh, people found out Death Note influences. curse you L!
Thanks for the review, yeah I realize some parts are kinda slow, but well, nobody's perfect.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


It's was nice.

And hmm, can I know the original song ?

Deadmen responds:

Akira Yamaoka - Promise


Rated 4 / 5 stars

not bad

what a dream


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Rather *ahem* Promising

You've got a nice look going. The plot was simple but not quite cliched, (personally I wish you'd left the last twist out so as to make for a darker movie, but maybe that's just me) Were you using bitmaps to get that creepy texture? It worked quite nicely, though I'm amazed how small you got the file, considering...

Animation-wise, the simplest advice I could give would be to use some angles other than front, back and side. It's certainly harder, but I think films like this could really benefit from that variety. Overall, it was a nice piece, I look forward to see more from you. (4/5, 8/10)

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