Two minutes of terror EP2

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May 7, 2009 | 5:57 AM EDT

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The second episode of two minutes of terror explains why James never showed up. James is having some car trouble in a small mountain pass, just as the car finally works an unwelcomed traveller makes an appearance.

This happens around the middle of episode one, timeline wise. This idea is a little less experimental than Ep1's 'killer cell phone', it also makes use of a monster I created around 2006 called 'the watcher' in a feature script I've yet to finish. Kind of cool to see a variation of your idea in motion. Yes thats a pig's facesewn onto it's face, Originally for Irony it was dressed up as a cop.

No 'pigletface' jokes please, lest we remember that almost never ending spamfest.

Still retains a little of the dark comedy aspect of the first but has a little more suspence I felt.
Sorry that this sucker took an extra 6 weeks to complete, Pico day took priority.

One episode to go, one more character up against an evil creature.

sweetscreams and pleasant dreams.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good but...

it was good but i watched all three and in episode 1 the girl was called by the guy/ james. well in this episode, james got called instead of him calling the girl. Im confused at that so please tell me what really happened or tell me if this is true.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


so that why his car didnt work in the 1st and 3rd... haha he got owned


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I agree with lastdestiny

this particular flash is the best of the three in my opinion too, it has more shock value :) really enjoyed it.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

besst of 3

to me this one is the best of the three i really like


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very cool

I really liked that. I think that the graphics had some rough edges, but the actual animation was fairly decent. But regardless for a flash horror story (Flash as in short, not flash animation. Writers lingo =3) it was pretty good. I liked how it built up to the ending, it's always nice to have a little tension instead of just showing as much gore as possible. I'll also say that final image was creepy as hell; but I suppose that was the point.

I can also say that the monster itself in all was creative, its a nice idea and It is good to see someone do a blind monster and actually put logic into it. I know so many pieces of fiction that state blind monsters can attack you... because they, are, uhm, monsters and monsters don't need to bow to science cause.. they're... uhm... monsters. That kind of BS annoys me, so it's nice you actually gave us a reason instead of just relying on the "Monsters can do anything" card.