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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

Never new

That furries were so god dammed scary,yiffed his dam brains right out. Over all the editing was really I really thought you were going with a serious angle until the end were the furries killed his dog and grabbed him. The sound,color and story was fun good job. lol


Rated 5 / 5 stars

ahhh in the sad way

i feel bad for the dog with huge eyebrows


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Haha, oh wow!

I really enjoyed this. Truly thought it was fitting.

Personally to those who have written that the ending was just bad, where something else would be awesome, it wouldn't really. Just as Stephen King said about building suspense: He built so much anxiety, suspense, and tension into the storyline. The things that we don't know are the things that scare us or put us on edge. But as King revealed that Pennywise the Clown is but a sort of mutant alien spider who feeds on kids, this animation turns that away as well, where the intentional disillusion creates the work.

As a murderous clown is scarier than the man-eating spider, the unknown is scarier than the actual truth.

Although, many will say that the truth is scary. But I found the comedic end very fitting. Most horror stories would be ruined by the reveal of something that could be so bad, it isn't scary but rather funny. This reveals something that is so funny, that it might as well be scary.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great work :p

Amazing animation, haven't seen that good on here in a while, and the punch line was golden :p, trolled or not, that shit was scaaarreee!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Frickin mondays man....

And furries too. Fuck 'em both