Nihil ep1: inquisitor

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the inquisitor's mask is a powerful device to break into the human mind. its existence has been only a rumor for quite a while. but now its existence has been verified and every information needed to capture it is provided.

edit: removed audio to avoid licensing issues.

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Interesting, but there should be a detailed plot

The action is great, as is the mysterious exchange at the end, but as for now there is no real plot, only a shallow story of some relic in the description. The movie should begin with a 3-d rotating animation of the mask beside a description of it.

one question. what universe is this

i dont get it, is it meant to be some made up universe or is the the inquisition from warhammer 40000? other than that unanswered question that rocked


This was better than I expect it from the trailer. That was extremely awesome seeing that mercenary kicking a lot of ass from left to right. and I've gotten creeped out when he met face to face with that cyborg. I hope to see more of this series, so keep it up.


Extremely Nice animation with a top-notch plot and direction.


Quite simply the finest Flash animation I have witnessed on the site to date.

'Inquisitor' is a typical reflection of Fallman's preference for cerebral themes with dark influences, whilst also serving as the perfect vehicle for his ability to choreograph conflict.

The patent depth of the author's expertise within design is disclosed by the manner in which he has engineered a genuinely compelling visual episode without compromising his uniquely 'minimal' approach to animation.

Inspired variations of perspective, angle and pace contribute immensely to the stylish and professional undertones, betraying the fact that the author certainly possesses a natural flair for camera manipulation.

Additionally, the music tracks have been expertly selected to work in synergy with the fundamental style of the movie and dictate that the viewer is under no illusions as to the particular tone the author desired.

Dark, stylish, engaging...the potential to expand this theme/item should not be overlooked.

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4.32 / 5.00

May 26, 2004
11:57 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature May 27, 2004