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Dusk of the Madness

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THE SUN STILL HAS NOT SET.... BUT IT WILL SOON.

Well here we are.. The third episode. I really hope you all enjoy it.

After learning what to do and what not to do from the previous movies, I've come to you with a movie that I hope surpasses both. I felt that Dawn was good in the whole "plot" sense, but lacked in the animation and art features. Day was good in the animation department, but the colors I used in the movie were too bright and a bit unfitting, I also kinda threw too many characters in there. It seems as though I focused too much on the violence of it and not the story.

With this movie, I've come with better animation, better art (I <3 my tablet), more fitting and stylish colors, quite a bit of character development, and plenty of unique kills to keep the blood flowing.

As always, popcorn may be needed, as this movie is about as long as the previous two

Thank you all for your kind words and support, and I hope you really enjoy this film

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What a brutal ending man. Still, that was such a nice episode! You can really feel the improvement from the first episode to this one.

Damn how beautiful, what a great film

im so disguestid yet amazed

It's still beautiful, just like when I was a teenager!

Still one of the best long madness series and family name of that researcher is ver very polish

LittleLuckyLink responds:

Connor’s name is actually a combo of three of my friends’ names, one of which is in fact Polish :D

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Uploaded
Sep 22, 2010
8:45 PM EDT
Genre
Action
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flash
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