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Overklocked: Episode 2

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Apr 25, 2008 | 7:48 PM EDT

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This is technically the second episode of Overklocked, but since it bears no relation (plot-wise) to the first, whatsoever, there's no need to watch the first one before this.

With that said, I'd like to first thank viewers for their interest and, secondly, advise them not to put any thought into how this movie's situation could possibly ever occur. Simply suspend your disbelief as hard as you can.

Thanks again! Please watch & enjoy (if applicable)! The movie is about ten minutes long, so I apologize if it takes a bit to load.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad

Not bad, except for our voice acting.

Note to self: Don't voice act!!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Zombies and Halo, smart choice. A year and a half eh? Ahaaaaa. I can't complete projects that take longer then a month. ADHD. I tell ya. Well that will be my excuse anyways. Nice flash. I personally don't think this is the kind of flash that makes it onto the front page because of the slightly-slow paced plot tempo. It's very nice, the dancing robot was classic and when the warthog got pimped out I greatly enjoyed that. Sniping is so a great tactic! You deffinitely have the grato and balls to make it in flash but you have to like you said, take a different vein. Good work!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


The only reason i dont give 10/10 is because all the voices were the same


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Yeah, let us all get smashed.

I like it, i mean the voices were not so great, but it was enjoyable!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

Despite the fact that the movie was 10 minutes long, it didn't drag at all, and it was pretty funny! My only problem was with the voice acting. It was difficult to understand, and it sounded very monotone. The script was hilarious, but with more passionate and convincing voice acting, it would be hysterically funny.

darkhitman responds:

Alas, my friends and I are not the best voice talent around. I think it was an improvement over episode 1, in which all the voices were me, but the downside of outsourcing the lines is that the other actors didn't know how I wanted them to fit together. Add this onto the fact that they weren't recorded sequentially, and you get this. For my next movie, I'll maybe rehearse... or something.

Thanks for the review ^^