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The Northern Incident

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Feb 20, 2011 | 3:58 PM EST
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An isolated man and his dog discover the horrors that lurk in the forests of the frozen north



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Spoiler warnings(need more of them).

Fantastic work but the comments need to stop revealing the ending. I hope to work on something this talented in the future. Sounds were spot on and the characters are engaging even from lack of a big script. This is thanks to you detail in expressions.

*spoilers (this is how it works)*
You people who consider themselfs furries should stop casting yourself in a group. Your each your own person and should represent as such. So please don't be offended. It is not like he drew any spacific furry.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

T_T Bad Ending

good animation dude i love it


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolutely Brilliant

This is has easily become my favorite flash. You're one of the only artist I've seen who actually seemed to like using silence and buildup in your movie. Plus the animation was simple yet REALLY effective and I liked the touch of changing the aspect ratio to a more claustrophobic look inside the house. I also liked how much this seems inspired by the Shining lol. Seriously this was amazing, and I would love to see more animations with such a cinematic sensibility to them to make you forget your watching watching a flash in the first place, just that you're seeing a story.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wow, that was intense. I did not expect that ending. Great job!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Certainly well-crafted, but...

Neither very scary nor very funny. The sound and the visuals were right on, and at least appropriate at the ending. However, if you put that effort into something with better writing I think much better results could be had.

Overall I think the tone in both the jokes and horror are similar to what David Firth does, except severely toned down. You might want to watch (or re-watch) some Salad Fingers and Burnt Face Man to see what I'm talking about.