I was talking with a Steam friend when I realized that it was September 22nd. He hadn't heard of Madness Combat before, and he said after looking it up that it didn't really look like "the satisfying kind of violent". I'm tempted to send this to him to try and dispel that myth. The simple plot and fluid motion are good, but the sound effects and brutal combat really set this as a quality flick. Just the simple crunch sound effects and the loud gunshots made every death a joy. Also, the music was pretty good and the ending had me laughing.