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An isolated man and his dog discover the horrors that lurk in the forests of the frozen north
it definately isnt familiar for a hotdiggedydemon, but change is seldom bad for an artist.
as always, the art was beautiful and the sounds, particularly creative and very immersive, but the story... it faded for me, the dog and the blue collar, workaday country music definately helped form a sympathy for the obvious victim-in-the-not-too-far-future, as does the mention of one stacy added to the story, but i mean, stuck in a cabin in the middle of nowhere with a reoccuring and mysterious knocking every so often is a bit edgar alen poe, but at least the raven had a beautiful rythm, magnificence and blah blah (me being a fanboy), it was hard for me to take this seriously and i wanted something more to happen.
the theme of isolation was rampant and grew quite stale by the mid, it definately felt like a horror book to bad tv movie, and SERIOUSLY reminds me of the vanishing in the end, both in built up tension, and sort.
at the end of the day, i kind of wanted a bit more into the story, just didnt feel like a wholey satisfying, original piece and not enough lulz :(
P.S if u werent gonna draw tits, u couldve at least given them rags or something... it just makes them look bizarre... even for furries.
8.5 but i cant.
An Honorable Mention
I want to start by saying dang. Nearly no flash artist would have the patience to make a soundtrack *and* a detailed artwork to go with it. Lots of effort put into this I can tell.
The titles counting the days to seperate each scene really built up the suspense. That was a smart add-in. In the begining, I really had faith in this movie. But slowly throughout, It all sort of sloped.
First of all, in all classic horrors I've seen, the dog never dies. Word up for next time, keep the animal alive. It kinda keeps the tone going strong. Second, what the goat was with those demon-possessed teddy bears? with flash, it's either funny or serious. If you try to do both, you're risking deep poop. Also, always leave one survivor to tell the tale. Otherwise, no one knows what happened.
Overall, The Northern Incident is an honorable mention that completely deserves the trophies it earned. A little choppy, but decent at that. Good job.
It was all really good. But then the dog died and that was sad, and then the animal things killed him, that was creepy. But overall, it was good.
It WAS good. Up until the end.
It was creepy, it was scary. It made you think "What's going on?" And you got scared for them. But the furries took away from the seriousness of the film. The atmosphere all the way through made humour impossible, you should've carried on with the fear.
Furries just ruin everything...
A short film about a park bench
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