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An isolated man and his dog discover the horrors that lurk in the forests of the frozen north
That was Brilliant! Seriously! but hey, more Furry jokes would fit like him screaming " YIFF IN HEEEEEELLLL " before being eaten/killed/sodomized...
All I Have to say is, Great Job bro, but, don't kill doggies anymore, I got pretty sad about King...
Good Style, So-So Story
Your good at telling a story. It was thrilling, it was surreal and it was interesting. However I think the whole cartoon was too long for a nothing ending. I kind of felt bad for the dog also since his death didn't mean anything significant. If you could remake the exact same style of cartoon but think of some kind of cool sci-fi element or concept you want to communicate to the audience then something like this would be brilliant. But its just my opinion it needs a payoff at the end worthy of the suspense of curiosity that was so masterfully built up.
This is one of the most greatest animations in Newgrounds, Amazing!!!
The opening shot was excellent and the flash was solid throughout. You definitely nailed the whole atmospheric vibe as well as great use of cinematography. I noticed while watching it that the shots outside the shack are fullscreen whereas the interior shots are smaller to literally create a sense of being trapped and isolated, a great touch. One thing I admire about the flash as well is that it's very long but still keeps the audience on edge, it must have been about 8 minutes long but I enjoyed all of it.
The only thing I was a bit hesitant about was the ending, I was a little confused about that. But nether-the-less, brilliant work!
Poor doggy D;
I have noticed a small error: In the beginning they don't leave footprins. Later on in the movie however, they do....and -3 for the doggy. D;
Beside that, it was well made and had an interesting twist.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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