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This is it folks, episode one of "That's Inhuman" and we're diving into the fray head first and no holds barred. And when I say "we're" diving, I of course mean that I'm diving, since this is pretty much a solo project I have going on here. I guess I just said "we" because it rolls off the tongue better.

While I'm at it I should probably also tell you that my use of the word "diving" was intended to be taken as purely metaphorical. I'm actually a very poor diver, so I apologize if my fast and loose handling of the english language has lead you here under false pretenses.

I should probably start moving forward now. Let's talk about the episode, shall we?

As I said earlier, the series is kicking it off with no holds barred, tackling the topic on everyone's minds right off the bat, that topic is of course... hugs.

We all know that science has found numerous health benefits associated with the act of hugging including an increase in one's oxytocin levels as well as the lowering of one's blood pressure. We also know that the hug is one of the few signs of affection that has little to no taboo associated with it.

Whether you're an acquaintance through an acquaintance friend, or you're an intimate significant other; hugs will be viewed by all as more or less normal, you might even get odd looks if you refuse a hug.

And this is exactly why hugging is so dangerous, it's gateway intimacy ladies and gentlemen. First we let hugging between everyone slide, and the next thing you know we're all suckin' each others dicks in the elevator. Is that the world you want to live in?

But anyway... yeah. Episode one.

Reviews


insertsmartasshereinsertsmartasshere

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I think

I think it was pretty funny. I got a good laugh at the end. The jokes were amusing because (i don't know if it was meant to be this way..) it seemed like they were purposefully stupid. If that is the case, then these hardass commenters here need to lighten up. Because I'm 90% certain that was the purpose of the jokes. To be lame. Which also made me smile. The voice of the robot wasn't really annoying. It was actually pretty amusing in an of itself. I liked the animation, and the internet chat style faces the zombie had when he was complaining or whatever he was doing. Good video. I liked it.



tristantohtristantoh

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Another buddy movie...

Wow...wow.Is the whole concept of buddy movies running dry of ideas?There are so many of the subgenre's staples that are prevalent in this movie.Two males,one an idiot,the other smart and cynical,bad puns and lame jokes.The robot was annoying.Not annoying funny,like Foamy or Blockhead,but just annoying.The zombie has a really drab voice.However,the anmation is quite good.



HeadlessJMZHeadlessJMZ

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sweet

I loved this, even though I almost shit my self when I saw my two greatest fears working together, robots and zombies. PLEASE MAKE MORE I will give you a bible style foot washing if you do



BizzareParanoiaBizzareParanoia

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like it

At first it seemed kinda lame, but that last part with the flesh-covered and mislead robot was both freaky and funny. You should have more jokes like that where the non - human duo make disgusting and hilarious mistakes on accident.



leonalchemistleonalchemist

Rated 3 / 5 stars

m.M.E.E.E.E.e.e.e.e.e.eH

meh, liked the robot and zombie and the voices but the jokes... just meh ¬¬
could have turned good, but it just turned rly terrible