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Green Inferno

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This is a dark and weird story with a Jacob's Ladder/Silent Hill feel to it. It's about a team of recon marines investigating strange phenomena in the wilderness of Argentina in 1977. The movie is about 7 and a half minutes long.

There is a lot of symbolism in the story. The main theme of the story is that when someone is socially outcast, an emotional "demon" starts gnawing at them from within. After a while, this "demon" may cause the person to snap and lash out at those around him. The tentacle demon that you see brief visions of represents this.

Also, this is part of a longer story that will be fleshed out more in later flashes. So it's a little vague for a reason.



...in a good way! I loved the movie, even though it wasnt close to being silent hill!

EXTREMELY scary and weird, not like his usual work

Being used to stuff like the Sitcom series, Good sir dickington, The kings chamber and Boy&Robot, this was DEFINATELY not what i was expecting out of Ryoshenron. The fact that this animation genuienly creeped my out is a testament to this mans intellectual genious. I have serioulsy begun questioning your sanity dude, its like a madmans masterpiece. It might not be for everyone who likes pointless idiotic hilarity but it is VERY dark and morbid and very well done for what it is

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What it lacked in artistic finesse, it made up in plot. I was attached and watched it to the very end. Maybe find an art style that is suitable for you, that was pretty much a 3d sprite movie. Nevertheless, it was great. Keep up the great work.


good but it wasnt close to silent hill it was more doom style

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3.25 / 5.00

May 18, 2007
6:22 PM EDT
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