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Dr. Shroud: BITB, Part 1

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Based on a true story in the Philadelphia area, this Dr. Shroud story is part 1 of a 3 part series. In this first part, the plot is set up when mysterious things begin with Victor Graves' assistant, Lora Gora, around the anniversary of the dissappearance of the boy scout, Gary Gribber.

this movie 8 minutes long and includes the flashback sequence, "The Mask of Victor Graves", an essential component to the overall series.



The starting flashback was very nice... that house .... reminded me of a vampire slayer movie whit clint eastwood i think

And when they left burning down the house... also exactly

The animation was nice you realy made it look oldstyle... but afther the flash back when laura was waking the doc their fingers looked pointy like vampire ... you fixed that later on but still some downsises...

and the blood trace in the office was bit cheap.. you could do better :)

good luck for part 2 :)


it was okay. it creaks along at a grandads pace but it gets there in the end. the b&w movie was un-necciceraly long and dr. shroud looks an awful lot like one dr. freeman. i think there are some little things which let the movie down a bit. the biohazard box being out in the open when you only see two rooms of, well you cant tell; it could be a clinic or hospital. if it is the former then the box makes no sense because DR. shroud is just the. a doctor not a surgion. and the typical 'abandonded mall with monster inside' was a bit of a cliche. whatever im getting hung up on little details. overall it though it was a par about the average is part 2 is an imrovement then this seris will be goinf places. well, itll go around the interweb at least.....

So erie.

So many things that must be answered. I will wait for the sequel.

nice work

nice job on the animation, problem with the sound at the beginning tho where it just changed without any warning. keep up the good work tho

great style

was solid and the
voicework wasnt
too shabby. the
plot is intriguing
and the story
devolpment is
coming along nicely.
the b&w intro added
a nice touch to the
memory recollection
and some background
info on the main protaginist.
though it seemed the happy-
go-lucky paino music was a
little out of place, though
still somewhat fitting with
that of a silent film. look
forward to more vampire
score: ***

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4.04 / 5.00

Apr 27, 2005
12:29 PM EDT