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I HATE this flash. It's cursed. It has been such a huge pain in the testicles this past month, that I hope it gets cancer. Pancreatic cancer. And then I hope its cancer gets AIDS. Pancreatic AIDS.
This is my official submission to the Halloween 2008 collection.

This tells the story of a boy, dressed as a werewolf, who goes trick-or-treating with his friend... and then some kid with a social disorder and bad taste in music decides he wants to put on a mask and kill them. Dandy, eh?... and keep in mind... there is more to this story than you'll see here....

I would like to give a special thanks to my friends Kyta and Eric Stanistreet for this one. Although they were part of the problem in proposing new and alternate endings that kept changing my mind, I really owe them a lot for offering their help. Thanks guys. You're the greatest!

EDIT: Front Page and Daily Feature. Not bad. I am most thankful Newgroundsers. Most thankful indeed.

EDIT: I guess I probably should have made this clearer a long time ago. Yes, most of the music is from rayman 2: the great escape. I do credit all the music at the end of the movie though, you just have to click on "credits."


All I can is WOW!!!

Great, great, great , great job!!! the story had great flow. teh animation was great. sometimes you have to go through all the BS to have some of your best work to come to light. By the looks of it great work!!!

Nice timing!

If I hadn't lied down to watch this, I would have jumped when the first violent episode occurred. Great timing. Also great animation, music, and story, but the timing stands out for the A+.


Nice use of the Rayman music.

Good Atmosphere

A nice piece for Halloween especially, but I kind of saw that as the backdrop for a perspective on American-Capitalist society (based mostly on John Locke: Rights to Property). Anyone else see that, or am I thinking too much? (It could also be said that America's culture is turning them into zombies, like kindly Mr. Shotgun)
Besides that, I liked the transition between scenes, and the depiction of the child's loss of innocence. For the suspense feel, you did well to leave the fate of the child in question, with only the echoed (nice effect) gunshot to insist a particular ending.
One question: after the binocular view, what did the killer do with the binoculars? I would not just drop them personally, but on that note, I do not go around whacking all the field mice on the head. With an axe.
Private property is a bad idea.

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truly amazing visual work!

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4.35 / 5.00

Oct 28, 2008
12:49 AM EDT