-The drawings were top quality (love the little girl's eyes!), and the animation was decent enough for me not to feel bad about it, especially since this film places more emphasis on dialogue.
-Speaking of which, the grown-up girl's (should I just call her "woman?") lines were very believably crafted and executed, and when you pair them with that little girl's uneasy silence and huge, expressive eyes, you've got a winning combination. The background music was also quite enjoyable.
-This film proves that all you need to make great flash is lots of imagination.
thats funny and a little weird lol im going to buy my candy right now lol in the middle of may
i thought it was strange but o would have gave her something i alwayw have candy in my house
I got my candy right here!
this would make the BEST comercial arounf Holloween time!!!
I DEMAND THIS BE ON TV!!!!!!
i wonder how does an eye ball taste....