Horse Flank Redemption

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Whoa -- I had no idea my music got used in this until today when I was clicking around. Thanks for using it! I really enjoyed the video. Lots of clever little filmmaking techniques and things to unsettle me before the big twist (all the crazy zooms and whatnot). Nice work!

Alsnowman responds:

Haha actually need to thank YOU. I just randomly drew a horse in flash and made a credit sequence and slowly started coming up with the story line when I started playing your song over and over in the background. I hope you take that as a compliment coz yeah this vid is quite twisted! lol Thanx a ton again!

Ffor once I wish the file would've actually taken a bit longer to load! That introductory message was intense. The movie itself, well it was pure genius, for a moment I was thinking it'd be as random as it seemed to be but... the pun was introduced right from the start! Should've caught on earlier. Great work.


Alsnowman responds:

Glad you enjoyed it! Hope you saw the alternative original ending coz for a day or two it was gonna just be that exactly, just a completely random vid; but it was terrible so I went back to the drawing board.

It's just as my mother always used to tell me, as we lept from tree to tree as they floated on the mighty rivers of British Columbia. "You can lead a gift horse by the mouth to water, but if you only give him a fish and don't teach him how to fish and he dies because he's only able to feed himself for a day, you shouldn't beat him when he's dead with a sleeping dog where he lies. Do you understand what I'm telling to you, child?" And I would say "yes mummykins."

I feel there should be the line "dead horse walking" used somewhere here.

Alsnowman responds:

We have a shortened version where i'm from. It's "Munhu uyu anopenga," which translates to "He who laughs last in the eye of the beholder is like finding a needle in Rome as two wrongs are mightier than the sword."
I may be paraphrasing slightly but thats the main gist of it.

Oh man, that was really good!

Alsnowman responds:

Much appreciated!

That.... Was actually brilliant.

Alsnowman responds:

No... Was actually a promo.

Credits & Info

4.75 / 5.00

May 3, 2014
3:13 PM EDT
Comedy - Parody
  • Daily 5th Place May 4, 2014