Alley of the Dolls: Pt. 1

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This vampire killing sequence sets the stage for Dr. Shroud as he unravels the truth behind "Saliva Sylvia", the doll that drools pools and pools. Viewers get to vote what happens next in each installment at DrShroud.com and determine the outcome for each part in the adventure.


Highly creative oldschool vampire series.

So much more true to the orginal 3 books than say, Buffy. I throughly enjoyed the back and white scratchy film, like the would have had say in the 1920's or even earlier. The setting is supposedly early 20th century. But some of the gadets he has are definetly modern day. The movie is like a dark Batman, Scooby Doo, Dark Wing Duck cartoon. From dark leafless trees to the main characters hunch in his car, this animation sets the mood for death in all but subtle ways.

Hasn't it already been done?

This movie seems to be a lot like Blade. Vampire killer, raised by an old, cynical man who happens to make a 'serum' for him. Come up with something original next time and maybe I will pay attention.

Just like an old movie/comic book!

I have to say I really love the feel of this flash. It "feels" like one of those old movies from the 50's and that's damn cool. DEFINETLY going to be checking out the rest of the series. One thing though: Why'd that guy call Dr Shroud "Kid". Shroud don't look like somebody you'd call "kid", even if you call EVERYONE kid!!

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robfeldman responds:

The guy called him "kid" because he raised Dr. Shroud and acted as a surrogate father. Really, he treated him like a bad science experiment, but we'll save that for the movie. Ha! Glad you like it!! Thanks for the nice comments!! -Rob

Bottom Line

This is one of the most stylish, flash animations I have ever seen. Its like a animated comic book set in the 1940's! Awesome Job!

I didn't like it

A freaking EXCELLENT movie, but I just wasn't in the mood for it I guess.

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3.68 / 5.00

Aug 8, 2002
9:23 AM EDT