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Deadly Dollies (FV)

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Jan 28, 2007 | 9:18 PM EST

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The final version of deadly dollies, a film that i originally made for newgrounds halloween comp, but had to rush to get it in. I hope you enjoy it!

"A fast paced claymation about a man driving through the bush on Halloween night, when he falls asleep at the wheel and almost mows down what seems to be a small innocent child. Little does he know this in no innocent but a blood thirsty, vicious, zombie doll. Follow the epic journey of this guy as he’s hunted by a wild pack of blood thirsty, grotesque, zombie dolls. But is it a dream or is it real?"

The sound goes off sync towards the end, i am very sorry!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wow. That is probably the best horror claymation on the internet right now. Find one scarier and let me know!!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

well im never going to drive at night again

that was brilliant well done but too be honest i didhnt notice the sound going off sync


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Excellent...but bloody...

A very good animation! I like very much your films. It's very gore but funny in the same time... Very good!!! :) To be continued... yeah!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wow. Damn Good.

That was a lot of fun to watch, hard to play, though.

The animation was pretty great. At times it was tough to tell what was happening, but FBF can be at times. The violence was done very well and it was also funny at points. When the dolls roared like godzilla, that was pretty funny.

Th eplay button was tough to use. When you make a button, the HIT frame is where you set the clickable area for the button. Make it a filled-in square that envelopes the word PLAY. That boz won't be seeable, but the button will work better.

Good job!

Vdub responds:

Thanks alot, i will update it right now!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

One gripe

You used the AOL sign on sound for the car door opening. =P Or whatever that hugely common, widely recognizeable sound is called. It really stood out because everything else was so excellent-- I mean, lip syncing clay? You gotta be kidding. Overall, way better than I even expected possible for a clay horror piece. The blood was awesome.