Impossibly amazing- beyond it, even.
This may be the coolest thing I haev seen on the internet in my entire life, and I am VERY doubtful that I will see another flash movie with this sort of ethereal quality.
The way the film is structured gives off the honest to God feeling that the main character is trapped in a nightmare, born of the fear that his life's end is drawing closer and closer. The general feeling that something is wrong, out of place is ever present, without it being shoved in the viewers face.
I felt some emotion for the main character. To be honest, I felt shock at the end of the first part of this film (I'm too dumb to notice it's in two parts and thought it just ended with that thing doing that stuff to the protagonist) and something close to relief when his nightmare was over, leaving only one question; was this all just a dream, or was his disappearing from the nightmare symbolic of the brain tumor taking his life? Well, either way, it was very well done.
I loved this film. Amazing. Watch it again or I will hunt you down and shove a broom handle up your nose.
Also, was it so wrong that I laughed out loud whenever the manager appeared on the screen?