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DNR The Movie Trailer

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Feb 22, 2005 | 9:41 PM EST

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Dark&Rotten The Movie will come out soon!
For the curious minds out there that actually want to know whats it about, its a story of 2 junkies lots of grotesc killings and some retarded characters!



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


This is a really good flash if you consider the filesize, anyway, good graphics and nice animation, very good blood effect, i love teh violence so i liked this, nice sound effects but it could have done with some more voices, nice idea, overall it was pretty good for just being a trailer anfd i look forward to the real series and i hope it comes out soon!


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

That's it?

I was all set for something good & got this; I can watch commercials & show promos on TV anytime.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

i love gore. do you love gore? i love gore

a few comments: i liked this. the lil guy wipin up the blood was funny. the only problem i have with this is the samples you took sounded fuzzy; i dunno maybe just record vocals next time or somethin. also, it was too short.. but it's a trailor,so.yeah.... im sure the actual series / movie will be more like an 8 or 9 ranking.. maybe 10! keep up the good work


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Almost funny

Deranged, pointless, but it seems that you know enough to put together a full movie. So get to it. :P


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I think it has potential...

Well, this seems like it has potential, in a sick and humorous way. The only problem with this trailer, is that it didn't really show what your upcoming "movie" is about. I understand it's supposed to have gruesome death, but if there is anything else to the movie, your trailer didn't show it. I think the best way to convey my thoughts is through a quote from the classic heart warming novel by Alexander Dumas, "The Count of Monte Cristo"...."To Dantes all this was perfectly incomprehensible. In the first place, he could not understand a man risking his life and liberty for such unimportant matters as the division of a kingdom; then, again, the person referred to were wholly unknown to him. Napoleon certainly he knew something of, inasmuch as he had seen and spoken with him; but the other individuals alluded to were strangers to him even by name."