The acting in this was kind of anime-ish. A little over the top and whiney. Also, I have to take points off for that pitch manipulation. It's a very original idea and your mixing was perfect. Great job!
Very confusing. I really didn't follow this at all. Sorry if I just totally missed the point completely but it went way over my head. The two first voices sound a lot alike and are hard to distinguish and the acting seemed like it was suppressed almost like you didn't want to give really emotion cause someone was standing in the room judging you. The pit drop on the evil voice was also noticed.
Acting is decent, but it doesn't sound entirely natural. There are some similarites in all the voices. However there is evidence you put some effort into making them unique. Jack's confidence and Rorys disorientation are captured perfectly. the thug could of been done a bit better but you still did an awesome job. Your music and sound effects are well implemented. Credits to also tuning the voices for when Rory was dazed and confused. The flashback does give a lot of insight into why Jack and Rory are on the run, but it doesn't entirely cover the apocalypse, but it still works. Also, wouldn't a gunshot have a guy screaming in pain? I know there are instances where somebody can get and not make a sound, but I actually thought Jack died.
The voice acting is okay, but it is a little under-exaggerated. Your characters sound a too calm. I mean, you're about to be eaten, and one of you is even shot, and there aren't even any screams. Were you trying to be quiet when recording?
Your range is not great, as your two main characters sound the same. Your choice of music was not good for the more serious scenes, it is too neutral.
The mic quality is good.
As for the story, I think the characters are too friendly. If there was really an apocalypse, there would be little time for "pals" and "buddies".
This shows potential, but you could do better!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.