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Sep 30, 2011 | 7:57 PM EDT

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Beware mixing chemicals. A short experimental animated film. Enjoy! Please don't forget to vote and review!
The song is Sordid on the album Permutation by Amon Tobin.

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DarkAlleyDarkAlley

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Lol I'm not sure what to say to give a helpful review to the author but I found the animation really smooth, the art mostly was really cool and stylish and that beat was awesome! The only reason I'm not giving this a higher rating is because I found it was a little too short, but very cool little short none the less.


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HunterK7HunterK7

Rated 5 / 5 stars

trippy..

im loving these mysterious animations with even more mysterious meanings.. nd u also hav a good taste of music in them.. this one was great, altho i thot it was a drug reference cuz of the drops.. nd was he saying: "oh God help me?" jw..


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SpectraGekoSpectraGeko

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's Amusing but Frightening

It's amusing to see the wonders you can make with a bit of experimentation but when you've gone two drops too far, things get ugly. The change distorted the characters images and brought what seems to be death to the inhabiting plants, bringing me to the conclusion that the blue victim wasn't very alive either, but reacting and instinctively moving to his past reflexes. Nowadays, that actually happens and very true. This is called gene splicing and at this very moment scientist at different part of the world could be making abnormalities and monsters out of human, animal, and floral DNA.


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ChewietehhamsterChewietehhamster

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Trippy and confusing...

Like all Creatus toons are.


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OmniMelanicOmniMelanic

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

LOL Second hand some kills

Over the top! in a good way, creative!!


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