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Oct 29, 2011 | 9:28 AM EDT

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Author Comments

This is my interpretation of the cupcakes story created by sgt.Sprinkles. Although the general story is the same I changed a few plot elements to make it fit to the theme I was going for and whether that worked or not will remain to be seen. I hope you enjoy it as much as I had fun making it.



Rated 1 / 5 stars October 29, 2011


Really the only thing about this worthwhile is the loading screen because that has literally the best animation quality, it's almost as if the animation quality suitable for 30 seconds was compromised to fit a 5 minute video. The motion tweening sucks on such a level that it reminds you that whenever the camera zooms in, and by that I mean the movie clip symbols expanding, the height and width proportions warp beyond the dimensional understanding of a 2 year old, but still beneath that of a 5 year old. A lot of the time the background shake, jarringly so, out of alignment with the stage revealing little bits and pieces of white in each and every corner for every new scene.

What really makes this the unoriginal and effortless piece of shit that it is would be the fact that the whole way through it piggy backs on the shoulders of A Nightmare Before Christmas by using it's signature song in context to what amounts to as nothing more than torture porn and guro.

And hell, if you can't create anymore interesting scenarios than what the song was made for or, hell, even have events properly synchronize with the song, don't use the song for your shitty snuff film.

And really what happens is just dumb and uncreative filler, just a pile of rocks and a pale of what I think is ice cream and that burlap sack popping up whenever the torture scenes don't work in context of the song and instead of adding intensity to the situation, they actually remove intensity by being non contributory by being nothing and pretentious by using them as a segway for shitty slow motion, as if it's that deeply significant. But when does the fucking song fit into context? The song describes nothing of torture or mutilation, not even in metaphor, it's just low quality work, again, piggy backing on high quality work and the fact that you built the flash around the song really shows given how half of the song is devoted to scraping the barrel for material such as A NEARLY MOTIONLESS FUCKING BURLAP SACK and it makes the actual content intended for the movie drag on for longer than it needed.

The supposed shock value is lacking substance as well, I've seen the BMP Olympics Finale video, Goosh Goosh, ED's Offended page, 2 girls 1 cup and Goatse. I can't say that I'm impressed with this shit; I've seen a video clip of a guy getting sold off to an overweight gang leader so that he can get his colon ripped to shreds, his spine ripped out of his back by said lardass before finally hitting the floor and bleeding from random parts of his head that never sustained injury.

The content is empty and vapid, the animation is shitty, there's a huge overuse of filters to compensate for the shitty animation and it relies entirely on a song that has no business in this context that actually ended up making the main content worse because it required pointless padding so that the animation would fill the timeline in conjunction with the soundtrack.

This review is insanely well received!
Clerick responds:

Thanks it's exactly what I was aiming for :D!


Rated 5 / 5 stars October 29, 2011


I can't believe what i just saw. A perfect cupcake got spoiled and several candy canes too. One candy cane even had 3 nails sticking in it! This blatant abuse of our worlds food resources is unbearable. There are kids starving right now and even worse they won't get any candy in their treat bags coz of people like you!

Oh and i liked how you made clear that the psycological aspect of torment is as important as the physical aspect.


Rated 2 / 5 stars October 29, 2011

What the hell did I just watch!?!?!

The animation is pretty good and all, but that was twisted beyond belief...and now I can't watch Nightmare Before Christmas without thinking of this thing!


Rated 2 / 5 stars October 29, 2011


The animation was OK (not the worst I've seen) the sound was nonexistent and the song choice was inappropriate. It just didn't really fit well. But 4 for effort.