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Madness Consternation

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Moar violence.

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it was okay

this latest submission from was okay. though it did lack the usual intensity that the other madness episodes had. it was very surreal and that isn't a bad point, i really liked the part where hank was tired of all of it and seemed angry that he had to continue. i can't wait for the next episode, i really want to see the kind of ultra-violent super-gore "the world's most famous pacifist" will dish out. lol ^_^


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Swell

I liked the fact that you mixed things up this time around, with Tricky after the hero, instead of the old "hero breaks into a building to assasinate someone and kills everything in sight" senerio. Also glad to see a chainsaw used.
But when it comes right down to it, it's just another gore filled Madness movie.



im disapointed...

im really disapointed, all other maddness movies have been amazing and my fave films but this one wasnt the same... i did like the fact that he was running away instead of running to the enemy but it was short and confusing. id been waiting months for this and all i get is a short film which i diddnt understand... i hope the next one will be better



?????

i have always been a good fan of madness but this doesnt live up to expectations



Not that good

Please Hank got shot in the head,twice he survived a 300 ft fall.If he doesent come back in the last episode it would be a shame.All the peapole he killed,all the work he put in to killing the clown and Jebus.Nothing.


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Votes
110,800
Score
4.44 / 5.00

Uploaded
May 2, 2007
4:32 PM EDT
Genre
Action
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