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Oct 16, 2002 | 6:28 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature October 16, 2002

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This marks the first time using voices with professional voice talent. Part 3 is a lead-in to the action packed fourth installment, coming soon. Viewers at DrShroud.com get to vote what happens next with each installment---the viewers actually determine the outcome!

Reviews


cobracommander1cobracommander1

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A bit better

I can say this,it is a good film and is by far one of my favorites already,the style and everything is great. I wish that the people would have still been silent and the speech-bubbles still been there,but it was good and still getting better.



45caliber-Killa45caliber-Killa

Rated 4 / 5 stars

hey was that Micheal Jackson at the beginning?

Thsi waas really good. Very creepy and all. My only complaint is I wisht the characters' mouths stopped moving after the finished talking. Nice touch keeping us in suspense until the next one!



fishpenguinfishpenguin

Rated 4 / 5 stars

better, yet not as good.

some voices were very very good, such as the weird guy with the hat, but everyone else wasn't that good at all. great plot too.



darkagnetdarkagnet

Rated 4 / 5 stars

good movie

maybe he ran out of the little drilly bots... maybe they were limited edition (like 5,000 made) and he only got one. :B


robfeldman responds:

Ha! That would be great---a limited edition V.O.N. Shroud!! Thanks for the vote!!


Gene-SiskalGene-Siskal

Rated 4 / 5 stars

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I knew it! I just knew it! I knew the villain would have a handlebar mustache!
Normally, I'd critique the sound, but the way it's done makes it even more retro. It's like watching a really old monster film, but with less censorship.