What? Wait... ok.
It was an electrical fire!
Reminds me of American psycho, but what the hell is wrong with his face?
Electrical and Fiery
Man oh man, this is deserving of Front Page. Whoever drudged this sinkhole up was gunning to clip the tires of all the animation snobs who think everything has to be clean lines and feasible. This is highbrow-turned-lowbrow and I loved every minute of it, being a cross between David Firth and Junkyard Animations, with a very black humor and incredible sense of timing with the jokes. Production values are low, but who cares?
This is all about the impossibility of such a supernatural creature in Hugo Boss with a penchant for gutting women into pig chow and wearing people's scalps as masks... and getting away with it every single time no matter how outlandish. Therein lies the brilliance of this dark comedic horror show: it exaggerates the presence of evil in everyday life until it becomes an elephant sprawled upon the loveseat in your den.
While Jimothy Sprinkles Ep. 2 isn't groundbreaking or trendsetting on its own, one thing is certain: it is one of the highlights in John Sanderson's disturbing repertoire of cartoons. This is recommended for any lover of the macabre, or anyone out for a cheap laugh punctuated by horror movie overtones.
This is the best review I've ever recieved. I'd give you a handjob if I could.
Sucks...Even Nicholas Cage could get a bether movie to act in...
I just felt like i was watching a rebecca black song...
all you haters watch out, Jimmothy gonna visit you real soon ;)