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UPDATE: Huge thanks to Tom, Newgrounds, and the community for everything they've done to support this piece from front page to daily/weekly awards, and to first place in the Halloween competition this year! You guys are great!

Happy Spastic Flailing day Newgrounds! After lots of being eaten alive by insects, moving, traveling, and procrastinating I finally got around to finishing this thing. The entire concept of the movie came out of realizing that the little guys in my work have faces like power outlets. And that's pretty much all I have to say about this.

The awesome music was contributed by the following artists:
"Joker" and "Personal"
by Sulek (myspace.com/doctorsulek)
Both songs are available on their album entitled "Believer's Lane."

"Impact Event"
by the Hamster Alliance (hamsteralliance.com)
Available for free online download at the link above.

Flash likes to remove sound layers tonight and I had to reduce image quality a little to allow for somewhat reasonable download times. Higher Quality: barfquestion.com/viewmovi e_grumatorium.html

Also WATCH TO THE END OF THE CREDITS if you have questions about one of the plot threads. Thanks!


loved it i relly like how there was the astonished one who got socketed the rational one who saved him and the plain wierd one who stuck syringes in his head and flushed himself down the toilet

Fantastic! Interesting character personalities, very interesting monster creation, and I really enjoyed the idea of the whole flash. The art style was rather cool. Loved the sci-fy-ness!

I do wonder where the one who flushed himself down the toilet went...

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that monster looks a lot like quartzmon from digimon xros wars!

Excellent! Great style, music and.....creepy character design, that guy was pretty cool :)

Actually thought it was pretty damn cool lol, good animation and a very unique viewing experience

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4.40 / 5.00

Oct 30, 2009
10:43 PM EDT
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