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Day of the Madness

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The third episode is out.

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Hey ladies and gents
Well I'm here today on this glorious Madness day with a sequel to last year's Madness zombie movie "Dawn of the Madness"
The file size is a bit over the limit, so be patient. This movie is pretty lengthy too, so just like last year, pop up some popcorn. I must say, I'm satisfied with this movie and hope you'll like it.

The movie picks up right where Dawn left off, packed with more zombies, violence, and characters.

P.S. I am aware that the text can get a little trippy at times, this is the fault of transferring the file from my desktop to a laptop to export it. I fixed most of the text, but the main reason why some of it twitches is because it was written with a font that my desktop had, and my laptop didn't have. Sorry

Thank you all for the kind words and support and I hope you enjoy this film
~LittleLuckyLink

EDIT: Thanks for the Reviews and stuff guys, makes me feel real fuzzy inside. Trust me, I read every single review I get, I just don't really feel like responding to all of them. Just consider it thanks in advance.

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Fucking fantastic. Does anyone know the song that starts at 6:30? Thank you and have a great day.

Littleluckylink responds:

I suppose you're referring to the scene in which the group exits the military base? That song is called "Snow Flower" by Akira Yamaoka.

Very nice animation

So this was pretty cool, I really love this not for the "MADNESS" theme but for the different scenes and all the action that comes with each one, the view shots on this is just really is amazing you can see how in depth detailed details in each scene and thats what I really enjoyed about this, I would have loved even more details in the scenes like more blood shed on the walls maybe some small shading on the walls and much more props, but anyways great movie here.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
I would have loved even more details in the scenes like more blood shed on the walls maybe some small shading on the walls and much more props

~X~

Why did they let the soldier die? Also wouldn't the store owner's death have been more dramatic if he'd been killed by the half eaten zombified remains of orange jacket? I think the random character with two guns that are gold plated which feels like a reference to Resident Evil's second movie, could have been removed if you'd done that. All in all, this is a great movie, and whilst the action in the first one was slightly better, this one improves on the storytelling aspects considerably, with more depth than the previous one.

There wasn't really any action that I found to be as entertaining as the last one. The story was pretty good, although as some people said, the characters do seem to be introduced-and taken away- pretty quick. Also, Veronica has no reason to be at an army base. Even if she were a survivor, why would she be in the cafeteria and how has she not run into the paranoid dude at all? Regardless, it is well animated, and it's still very high-quality so I can't give it a low score.

Littleluckylink responds:

There were television broadcasts instructing survivors to go to the island. All hell broke loose on the island and she found herself a shelter in the cafeteria. Looking back I would have liked to have them explore the island some more and see some makeshift survivor shacks or something. You got me with Curtis though, he was just kinda randomly there.

I laughed my ass off when Rostello came back as a zombie and ate that dude's heart with mustard X'D I'm crying LOL!

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