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Apr 14, 2003 | 12:07 PM EDT
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This episode marks the last in the "Alley of the Dolls" series for Dr. Shroud. Viewers ultimately decided the outcome of this adventure at Dr. Shroud will appear again in "La Maudite: The Damned". Coming soon!!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Not too bad, man. In fact, that flat out ROCKED! Can't wait 4 the next one!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

((( AWSOME )))

Now that was awsome, the black and white really gives it life, great art with the design and shadowing, animation is slow at times but then picks up, great story aswell, i remember the earler ones they are all great, congrats on the award btw, keep up the superb work...

MOVIE COMMENTARY: Awsome artwork, and detail...



Rated 3 / 5 stars


This was the best part.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

excellent job

i just watched the whole series; it was very well-thought out and innovative. only one thing, i gave you a 6 for sound because the voices were a bit silly towards the end, especially the morticians; i mean it became downright silly at the end with his flailing arms and whatnot. great job overall, ill keep an eye out for the next series.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Part V The culmination.

The sound has improved (especially the voices) -still needs more creepy piano though. I would have made the scenery a bit more creepy. There was a streetlight in the background that I thought was out of place. Maybe should have occurred in a dark alley or in some abandoned warehouse where the background was vague and left more to the mystery. Midway through it turned from vampire to poltergeist and the exorcist. The doll could have said, "I want to play now" after she multiplied and then "I go by byeeeeeee" after her head rolled on the sidewalk. Also there could have been lightning in the sky. I like when the magician's face was all scratched up and when the dolls just seem to melt away. Great series-it shows you put a lot of thought into planning before you started working with flash. I'll take a look at your site.

robfeldman responds:

I read all of your reviews and thank you for the well thought out critique. I appreciate comments like yours, as they contribute to the future of the series. Thanks for taking the time to write all of your reviews. Right now, I am adding more creepy music to the new adventure (I write the main theme, but Science Friction Music does the filler stuff) and am looking forward to making this next one, "La Maudite" filled with lightning and increased overall creepiness. Thanks again.