UnSub
 
 
 
Review Count: 64
Average Rating: 5.0 stars
Genre: Horror
Length: 7 minutes 2 seconds
 
Posted on: January 26, 2008
 
 
Film Description
*** THIS FILM IS INTENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ***

***** IF YOUR REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS, PLEASE SAY SO AT THE TOP OF YOUR POST!!! *****



A little tale about a man with two jobs...

with

GoofParade as Dale
Jase180 as Joe
Perkybunny as the Girl

and AnotherNewDawn as Frank


Special Thanks to:

Choir of Agony - "Into Nothing (Helter Skelter Remix)"
Falling You - "Destiny Trip"
Kyle Honeycutt - "Back Porch Blues"

All appropriate permissions for music were obtained or purchased prior to their use in my film. You may help support these incredible artists by PURCHASING their music at Magnatune.com or CNET.com.

If anyone spots a mod I missed crediting, PLEASE let me know (The 11th Commandment: Honor Thy Modders).

Enjoy!


A_N_D
 
Reviews
- ncl1994

Truly sadistic. Well directed for a modern horror movie! Kinda scary! Very good voices and I don't normally like murder themed films but I'm certainly glad I gve this professional one the chance. Not sure about the title but it's obviously called that for a reason! Well done there.
Why not review my movie, Once Upon a Time in Chicago? I'm sure you'll love it! (enough to smack it round the noggin with a plank!)

Posted on October 19, 2008
- legomyeggo

Great great great film I loved it please check out my movies Gang and Gang II

Posted on July 11, 2008
- adison11

This is one of the best horror movies I've seen in a long time.

***** Kinda has Spoilers*****

Your use of sound was amazing, you showed that you don't need gore and blood to make things scary. The thing is, the most disturbing, scariest part of the movie, wasn't even on screen. Horror movies these days rely on blood and gore. But you showed that you don't!

***** End of Spoilers*****

This is a MUST for not just horror movie fans, but for movie fans in general!

Posted on June 1, 2008
- billylee

simply distubing .

Posted on May 12, 2008
- devilhorns

*** Mild Spoilers ***

Here's hoping Frank doesn't quit his day job. At least that way, during the nightshift, his competitors might stand a fighting chance. Tired though he must be... He's really killing the competition.

Impeccable free-cam work here, AND. Every shot says something. Whether it's revealing little bits of character (Frank's attraction to the 'pleasure' in pain as he stamps out a cigarette with his bare foot), or hiding from us the things we really don't need to see in order to understand he's in a psycho-pathological state. You also show you have a good eye for sweeping cinematics and a knack for using them at the proper times. As you use a striking overhead shot through trees to show Frank doing what his nightly duties partly entail.

Key sound effects really helped to enhance this experience. One scene in particular happened entirely off-screen, and it was explained simply and grotesquely effectively through sound design. There were other more subtle uses of sound scattered throughout this piece, but that one widened my eyes and got my imagination racing.

I really want to stress this next part about Unsub's content... So if you haven't yet watched it- look away now.

Alot of filmmakers tend to be too liberal with the gore when it's really not the least bit necessary. Seeing the stuffing cut out of someone can actually detract from the plausibility of the story and characters rather than add to the likeliness of what unfolds. You slowly decipher character to us in such an intriguing way that seeing the act of murder as it's taking place would be a negative here. And you spare us that negative.

Results of human gore CAN be a plus in certain types of horror movies, this isn't one of them. Unsub is not about that. It's a character study. And you kept it that way from beginning to end.

Great film.

Posted on April 16, 2008
- DLEVYM

BRAVO, IT WAS INCREDEBLE. IN THE 40 FIRST SECONDS I WAS THINKNG THAT THE PRATAGONIST WAS A NICE MAN BUT THEN... YOU SHOULD MAKE REAL MOVIES WITH REAL PERSONS.

Posted on April 13, 2008
- yeagmaster

Well, you know I am a big fan of yours and let's just say this movie did not disappoint!

The voice work here is beyond brilliant!

The camerawork doesn't just make you feel like you are watching a real movie, it brings you right into it.

bookmarked! downloaded! rated!

Posted on April 4, 2008
- Ellis07

A nicely executed movie, with some intruging scenes! The storyline was very enjoyable. The shots were amazing and some decent voices. I loved the way you kept the style of the movie interesting and the way you made the viewer (me) 'glued' to the tone of the movie! Superbly created and looking forward to more from you!

Posted on March 28, 2008
- Nahton

I had heard you discuss this film on TMO so the content wasn't going to be a surprise yet that did not spoil it for me either. Hearing about a story is one thing but actually watching how it is conveyed on film is entirely another matter and this was superlative. The direction and sound mixing combined to set a mood that few films on TMO attain. The actors were all great and I loved the sly wit of closing lines.

Posted on March 7, 2008
- EightyFilms

good movie, but in my own opinion, i feel the killer wasnt creepy enough, maybe if he talked less or if he talked in a creepier tone... but again thats just me... overall, i really enjoyed it, the VO's were great, the shots amazing and the plot was interesting.

Posted on February 26, 2008
- Toadflax

Man alive, now that's my kind of movie! Amazing Grace...are you kidding me? Unsettling and brilliant. Great job.

Posted on February 18, 2008
- mesteranfilms

nice

Posted on February 17, 2008
- kalinski

Brilliant!
I don't watch many movies on here but I loved this.
The silence of the lambs inspiration was clear. For a videogame movie I'm really impressed. 5 stars!
Nice voice acting as well...a feature missed by a lot of films and one that really adds the film!

Posted on February 12, 2008
- josephkw

That was a very nicely-executed horror film just oozing with atmosphere (loved the thunder and occassional flashes of lightning). I just wished it was longer with a little more "meat" LOL. The VO's were appropriate, with a nice singing voice to boot. What I really loved the most was the ambient sounds though--quite essential to a horror film. Thanks for the chills!

Posted on February 12, 2008
- aznkid367

***Contains Spoilers***
i gotta say this is a nice piece of work one of the scaries and most frighten things i seen on tmo. the part that scare me was when he took the lady to the cabin and chainsaw her up and i think he eat her or something this remind me of hanibal lecter well anyway film on and if you have time check out my funny/action series the battle of moon and sun anyway i would like to see more movies like this from you i be happy to support your video. have a nice day thank you

Posted on February 10, 2008
- fallenthomas

***Contains Spoilers***
A couple weeks ago, I was looking through the Top 25 charts and noticed your movie. The thumbnail was plain and the description didn't tell me anything. Then, I noticed it was a horror flick which made me consider if I wanted to watch it or not. I decided to skip UnSub due to the lack of information and move on to Tsunamidog's Zombie Hitlers from Hell. I watched that movie then I looked at your review. I remembered your movie again and decided to watch UnSub. I clicked play and the movie began. Here's where the spoilers come in. The intro was slow and showed Mr. Frank's daily routine. Well, it's getting a little interesting, I'd better watch some more. Now,it's raining. Rain is the sign that something bad is gonna happen. So I eagerly watched as Frank began unloading his van. I yawned and starting losing interest. But, in the nick of time a young girl pops into the scene and helps Mr. Frank. Suspense! I like that! The little girl helps Frank out but then she pauses. What's that smell? she asks. Now, the viewer thinks about what she's smelling. Is it rotting human flesh or is dirty socks? Who knows? Let's watch and find out! And before you know... POW! Right smack in the back of the head. Ouch! Now I'm hooked. I instantly press my face up against the screen and say COME ON MAN! What the hell was she thinking? Creepy old dude, needs help, bad smell... what do ya expect? The perfect ingredients to a delicious horror movie. And just when ya tink its over, you check the slider and see there's still about 2 minutes left! Oh jeez! AND cookin' up somethin' for us now! He takes the young girls unconcious body to his secret hideout. In come the chainsaw SFX. I'm a big fan of chainsaws, but when used in a film like this it doesn't fit in my opinion. I'm thinknin' more to the clever family. But it's fine, no biggy. Now just listen to those SFX. You can hear her screaming which shows that she's still alive while he's choppin' her to bits. That's horrible... just sick! And that's awesome! The SFX are gone... oh no! More?!? Oh how can this get any better? Frank opens the door, and you can see blood splattered all over his chest. Then, he says one simple line... ONE SIMPLE LINE, and it knocks you out of your seat. "Mmmm... yummy!" No! No, no, no, no, no! Why? After he knocks her out, takes her to his house, and chops her up... he frickin' eats her! God damn! This guy is [play nice!]in' lunatic! I can handle any more of this senseless killing! Now he goes to the graveyard and digs a little grave for the pur soul. I wish there was a way you could show Frank puttin' the pieces in the grave. The next day. Frank starts out with his normal routine and says hello to his neighbor. This time Frank's got a suit on. Why? you ask. Well, now the description makes sense. He's got 2 jobs. Well, he gets picked up by his friend Joe played as the magnificent Jase180. Jase says one line... another simple line that once again knocks you out of your seat. Not in fear, not in terror, but in sort of a humorous way. "You're quite the ladykiller." And Frank goes on and says, "What can I say? The chicks dig me." Wow! That's such a powerful yet comical line. Here you've got well-crafted characters, a twisted storyline, and a wildly creative ending smashed into a tiny seven minute film. That is the sign of a true horror director. 5 STARS! I wish I could give you more...

Posted on February 10, 2008
- kit06

Woah I love it the yummy bit is to die for

Posted on February 8, 2008
- 0630

Well,I got out of the bed cause I couldn't sleep. Out of curiosity, I red your review on some horror movie ( I haven't seen it yet)& I just happen to agree with you about voting issues so,I decided to check out your movie. To my surprise I've seen this movie before and I liked it. It's just that something came up,like my kid wanted me to make his lunch or sit beside him,while practicing for his driver licence which is quite a science here where we live,unlike california,taking drivers licence in sweden is like getting your formula one licence...........

Never mind,,, About your movie: I think you're a great director!! Your movie was easy to watch and follow,simple yet great story,very original and very good voices,the atomosphere was quite realistic and so on. I might sound newbie,but please explain to me what does it mean when Some name is playing certain role? like "Goofparade as Dale" is it the voice acting or???

Ok now, since I red your complain about lousy movies getting 5 stars, I feel motivated to invite you to see my latest romance movie. My movie does not have any extra technical features aside from what's avalable in the game itself but,it's not your typical crap that you may find on TMO. That, you can be sure of!' Watch it and knowing which kaliber of a director you are yourself,I don't think you'll be disappointed at all. Please take a little time and read the description. Untill then,GOOD luck to you GREAT DIRECTOR!!

Posted on February 7, 2008
- farquad

Great job, man! This movie is perfect, and the camera work is one the best I've ever seen here. I give you 5 stars just because I can't give you 6.

Posted on February 6, 2008
- billlybobsammyjim

ah the old bundy trick..... the old classics are always the best


...and a cigarette slowly burns as is life


6 out of 6 heads

Posted on February 4, 2008
- kate_lee

Disturbing, unnerving, and downright weird.

What exactly did I see here? I�??m not quite sure�?�

But it�??s smooth, and very nicely constructed for sure�?�

I loved the opening scene where the guy kills his cigarette with his bare foot letting out a faint groan.

Congrats by the way, for winning the first place in January! (I'd forgotten all about this...)

Posted on February 4, 2008
- guitarscout

Wow! That was creepy. A sequel perhaps?

Posted on February 3, 2008
- simpsdog

Very good! Everything was perfect from sound, camera, VO, mods, etc... Impressive stuff. Creepy lead character. Congratulations to everyone who helped make this. Continued success.

Can you please review my new movie: The Armor of God. Thanks.

Posted on February 3, 2008
- TENCHIMUYO

i want more more more moere

Posted on February 3, 2008
- kwistufa

That was GREAT.
Excellent work on all fronts J.
Very entertaining & unique.
Love your work.
Must say..
Something that stood out,
(possible spoiler Warning Here!)
though minor,
but very well thought out,
was the Lightning Flash gap between the rumble sfx.
At first I thought, uh oh..Sync, but then realised..Naw..
AND is just a perfectionist.
This flick WAS..in every way. Excellent.
Good stuff Mate :)

Posted on February 3, 2008
- lizard3209

Why do all my friends have submissive violent tendedcies?

Well...as expectd from AnotherNewDawn is a film that is what I can only call a short burst of disturbia. In todays TMO niche, a 7 minute film falls only slightly longer than a trailer or short film. UnSub can only be considered a "Sherman Tank".... a short and heavy vehicle that'll blow you off your feet.

AND has a knack to craft characters that are hauntingly real and true to their personalities regardless of how dysfunctional they are. Our main character maintains his gleeful and normalalcy in the worst of conditions. AND wonderfully plays this character out to the fullest. To the max in fact and keeps us hoping he is not a method actor. ;) But woven into the fabric of great characters and a cleanly orchestrated plot lies something special.... perhaps art. Through out most of the film we are emersed in a dark place quenched by a falling cold rain. I could almost feel it running down my neck. Many of the angles and shots are from elevated areas or off in the distance. These types of shots made me feel like an observer and only strengthened my feeling that our character is not one we want to be close to.... physically as well as emotionally.

Very well done film. As a fan of 1000 Yard, I highly recommend the view....from a distance of course. Great job!

Posted on February 2, 2008
- dnr

What a great dark movie. The direction was awesome the VO's as always were increidble. The sounds added such realism to this movie. Looks like our charecter picked up some tricks from Ted. Great Movie and as always A_N_D Delivers the goods

Posted on February 2, 2008
- IchthusADMR

Very dark, but very good. Your ironic puns at the end are the best part, but your pacing, the tone, all of it was top-notch. Well done, A_N_D.

Posted on January 31, 2008
- jazzx

The first thing that caught my attention in this film is the sound design - this is some of the best I've heard in a TMO film. From the first scene of our - erm - hero getting out of bed, you can hear the mattress springs creak - then his [eye-hurting-word!] sizzles out under his foot. There's the corridor shot where his voice gets louder as he walks closer to the camera (which is our point of reference as a viewer). The sound quality of the VO was excellent for all characters throughout the film.

Acting was great - with some very dry humour towards the end of the movie. In many ways this is a black comedy and the subtle delivery of the "jokes" was very good. ("no - I don't think I'll be seeing her again").

Music - almost non-existent (barring some background music in the car and in one character's ipod/walkman), but that's a very good choice. It allowed the realistic sound design to be the main focus.

Only a couple of very minor niggles -

The lightning effect didn't quite work as planned - the bright part of the effect lasted too long. In any event, lightning is such a horror cliche. Plain rain would have worked better (yes, I concede that no horror film should be without bad weather!).

Also, one of the characters screams off camera - but, unlike anywhere else in this film, it sounded like a fake recycled sample of screaming. It was the only time in the film where the sound design/acting was not of a professional standard.

This was a straightforward story told brilliantly. I particularly liked the ABA+Coda structure (musician's talk for a story that ends as it begins, after a tasty middle, and then has an extra bit added to finish).

In summary, an excellent film that deserves to be dissected by many-a-TMOer.

(and that lame pun is a good time to stop this review).

Posted on January 31, 2008
- rileyman

Well... *ahem*... That was an interesting little tale. *takes a step back*

An excellent short story here, realized with some solid technical skills and attention to detail. The plot is simple, but the characters and dialog give it some nice nuance. The camera work and editing are particularly exceptional here.

Sound design is very nicely done, with perfect volume control and audio quality, and nice subtle sound effects and background music. Just one potential improvement here: the rain. In order to get the best visuals, you changed around the strength of the rain between steady and downpour. This unfortunately also caused subtle differences from one shot to the next in the rain noise. If you were interested in fixing this for future films... You can extract the rain loops from the game's .LUG files using Dragon Unpacker (Google it), mix the audio externally, and bring it in on the music track.

Only other tiny nitpick, and only because I'm hyper-sensitive to this sort of thing: The lightning effect worked, but I did notice it. Another way to achieve it without requiring multiple game scenes is with an animated overlay. Most frames will be completely transparent; the one frame that gives the lightning effect is all-white, but with an alpha channel at about 75% so you can still see the scene. This technique comes across much more like a lightning flash, than a sudden "huh, it's daytime? ... oh"

As an advocate of longer, more epic films, a short film like this gets no more than a low 5 stars. But you've reached that plateau with this very solid effort.

Posted on January 31, 2008
- cdhd

that was one of the best movies i have ever seen a chill went down my spine when the chainsaw went off very good !!!!!!!!

Posted on January 31, 2008
- OcelotFilms

Very nice. I'm now an avid fan of your work.

Posted on January 31, 2008
- trewill7

First off, let me take this time to say, Thank you Jason. This film concretely solidifies that I'm not the only Whack-Job lurking in the community. (did I just admit that?)

The well developed Plot is Simplicity in it's most Complex form. I guarantee that I could take a poll of 10 people who've watched this film, and only 2 or 3 of them would have truly understood the layers of this tale. Like Stir, this film is very, very entertaining, but it's the underlining message that is the most poignant; and sadly, most people will only be taken by it's entertainment value. AND is, hands down, one of the best storytellers on TMO, a talent I'm positive will carry over in any medium he decides to undertake; whether it be live-action films, or baking cookies at his local bakery.

Character development was as good as it could ever get. Many would probably debate that statement with me, but I'd stand my ground with a simple [bad-word!] you. You can learn twice as much about a character by their actions, than you ever could by what they say. More simply put, I could say I was murderer, and you wouldn't believe me until I slit some poor [wash your mouth out!]s throat. To truly convey any tale, you MUST have characters that Speak through Action, make sense? If not, [bad-word!] it.

I won't even comment on the Beyond Stellar Writing; actually, ya' know what, I will. [bad-word!] you, Jason!

The Cinematography, plain and simple, invoked envy. The very definition of "No Shot" wasted. In my opinion, every single shot progressed the story, as it should; and, as intended by the director, they felt very repetitive, as to shadow the daily life of the main character.

The Editing was SUPERB! It was flowing, and tighter than Dick Cheney's index finger on a trigger. Dead body in the back of the van, anyone? Load up the game and look for that shot; if you can find it, I'll wash & wax your car for as long as you have it. Want me to keep going? Okay, let's take Jason's attention to detail into account. How about that flash of lightning? Did you notice it? Whether you did or didn't, either way, it proves how Great it was. If you noticed it, it's because you know the limitations of the software, and probably understand the method used to achieve it. If you didn't notice it, it's because you were so immersed in the story, that the effect seamlessly blended it.

What an Absolutely Beautiful Film to look at, from the opening sequence, to the closing credits, AND shows us why he's THE MAN! He's reached and surpassed the level of writing and storytelling that I aspire to be at. Fantastic Job here Jason, then again, who am I?

The only thing I would've changed; was a dollar bill.

-tre

Posted on January 30, 2008
- MefuneAkira

GREETING FROM L.M.A.O. STUDIOS!

Wow, wow and wow....did I mention WOW?

Another new classic from Anthernewdawn. I will never get tired of saying that.

My absolute favorite aspect of this film is the cinematography. Such entertaining and energized camera art is hard to come by. The beauty of long, emotionally driven shots is what makes this film stand out and capture your attention. Wow.

This film is more than creepy, shall I say direful, disgusting, disturbing, dreadful, eerie, frightening, ghoulish, gruesome, hair-raising, horrible, itching, itchy, macabre, menacing, nasty, nightmarish, ominous, shuddersome, sinister, terrifying, threatening, unpleasant and weird. Ya that about covers it.

Love every seven minutes and two seconds of it.

Mefune Akira
L.M.A.O. Studios

Posted on January 30, 2008
- sparky1512

Man, i know just how that guy feels - i think we've all been there

erm.....

Great little flick there A_N_D. Story was simple but nicely shown and well told. Almost like a 'day in the life of' snapshot. Good editing, great music and vo's yada yada yada, but the thing that struck me was the athmosphere you created. By using the rain sound, music and some clever set design you created a very interesting world - it felt dirty, worn-out but at the same time familiar, predictable and unshockable. Very nice.

cheers

Posted on January 29, 2008
- poppashango

Interesting well put together short story! Camera work was on and lighting set the mood. Great work!

Poppa

Posted on January 29, 2008
- eobaggs

Excellent little flick you got here A_N_D. Great voice acting, interesting story, nice camera shots, and superb editing.

Top job!

Posted on January 29, 2008
- bricksfilms

A very cool short AND. It's actually very chilling knowing people like this could be right under our noses without us even noticing a thing. The voice work was, of course, very well done, and one thing I liked very much was the camera shots. They were very well set up and added a nice sense of depth to the scene.

Very much enjoyed,
Bricks

Posted on January 29, 2008
- OlliEntertainment

Cool movie...
Good work..

Film on!!

Posted on January 29, 2008
- Thomper08

It was amazing. Everything was done flawlessly.

Posted on January 28, 2008
- sgporsche48

When did Tre take over your account?

An interesting little tale. Nice voice acting. Great use of sound (having the ones closest to the camera speak louder). Very nicely done.

Posted on January 28, 2008
- Deehouse

This was a great movie i had to keep my lights on.
Can you review my movie Mind Reading Bob? http://movies.lionhead.com/movie/146010

Posted on January 28, 2008
- Marine101

Wow. A great little flick here A_N_D.

Nice acting from everyone, nice little plot and some interesting characters.The mood was set and you the viewer can the feel the mood.

Overall, a great little flick.

Posted on January 28, 2008
- BiggsTrek

Very nice. Great mood. Terrific look and feel. What more can I say but praise? Loved it!

Posted on January 27, 2008
- rysto

Seems to be a nice short story put to film.
You paid fine attention to camera placement and set each specific shot up nicely.
Liked the lightning flash(timed right!) during the rain storm, nice touch.
In the end I think he has a hobby though, rather than another job. ;P

Posted on January 27, 2008
- frosty_frost09

*MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

I really enjoyed this movie.

It had great camera work. Especially when the camera goes from the back of the truck to the front. And at the shack.

The VOs were great.

I agree with TFD. The story is realistic enough that is believeable. Your characterization is amazing. The characters have a very realistic feel, and as i've said, very believable. Overall, amazing movie. I am defianately downloading this to my PC to keep :)

Posted on January 27, 2008
- Active_Studios

A_N_D has done it again with one good film.
The stars I'm giving you is 5.
Don't waste anything on it.
Enjoy.

A_S

Posted on January 27, 2008
- kuroken

Well that was a delightfully brutal little flick...

The title sort of gave it away for me from the git-go, so my pleasure was in seeing how you told the story, and as always, you didn't disappoint. Believable performances all around, and as the central character, Frank was chilling in his joviality. Such a quiet, hard-working man with a good sense of humor.

Very good stuff.

Posted on January 26, 2008
- TheFlyingDuDe-Films

The thing I love most about your films is that they all tell story that could be real that could be biographical(I hope not!). Just storys everyone could experience. Not seeming like like fiction that's what makes your films special.

Great work again! =)

Posted on January 26, 2008
- OD-Ork-Boy

(SPOILER WARNING!!!!)

Ah, now that was interesting!

The ambience was absolutely spot on - the rain, the lighting, the music, the scene choice, the camera angles...All wonderful. The VO's were ace, as is usual from a "Big-name"'s film.

The story was interesting - and is rather multi-leveled. It shows both sides of a coin, if you get my meaning. Similar in vague principal to Rposhard's "High School Girls" - There are, indeed, monsters out there in all shapes and forms, even in the very casual men and women we see all the time out there in the streets. Then again, to be brutally honest, everyone kind of knows this - but that's not to distract anything from the movie itself. It was enjoyable - but I did predict something like that happening from seeing that it was classed as a "Horror" - kind of a spoiler if you ask me.

Now personally I'm not sure how much work went into the script. I mean - while it was enjoyable, it was a bit "Run of the mill". This is perhaps due to the time - if you had worked more on giving Frank a bit more character, to show him first at his "Normal" job, maybe show him to have some kind of a family (To have the audience think his second job is "for" them, yadda yadda) then that would have made the surprise a bit more, well...Surprising! Still, for a seven minute flick this was great.

An obvious five stars.

- Orky.

Posted on January 26, 2008
- K4ownzall

I can dig it! -------- Loved the atmosphere and lighting effects. VOs are all perfectly balanced! This is an excellent film and I recommend it especially to all of the hard working men out there. ===K4===

Posted on January 26, 2008
- Bezzer36

Are you and Tre the same person? ;-}

Another movie making masterclass from A_N_D
All the usual suspects are here...the brilliant VO cast, the wonderful editing and freecam work and all the other fantastic little touches that give his movies that superior professional vibe.

Storywise?
Short, sweet, disturbing...and not biographical...though he does have two jobs I've heard...and a large van...:-)

Posted on January 26, 2008
- ralfduran

Have to give it to you. That was genious. Works no matter what perspective you as a viever may have on it.

Posted on January 26, 2008
- userjosh9874

This was so awesome! The VO's were superb, the music was great, and the camera work was very professional! I have no complaints here! Keep up the goos work!

Posted on January 26, 2008
- RavensFan_09

I really liked this movie. The freecam was magnificent, especially in the alley. GP, Jase, and Perky did a great job with the VO's, and the writing was realistic. Commendable job, and 5 stars.

Posted on January 26, 2008
- jakechief

OMG!!!! Wonderful. I have a jakechief awards and you are nominated!!!

14 nominations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on January 26, 2008
- thebiz

Some great freecam work as I was drawn to the initial smoking scene shots you used for your thumbnail and the overhead of the van as it pulled up to the shack. Sound wise the thunder overshadowed some of the other things but it was well done nonetheless. Story wise...well...lets just say towards the end in those apartment corridor shots I had a thought that any and all of the gents walking about might just be the exact same kind of guy as frank. Sacriest apartment complex ever? Good stuff. Great technique.

Posted on January 26, 2008
- Primaer

The movie was made really in a great way. Sound Design, use of freecam and the actors are great and your use of music is very nice too. The dialogues are written pretty well; you can quarrel with the topic and the plot of the movie, it's very dubios for me to bring a serial killer in such a casual way and I actually think it's even more shocking and more frightening than many other dark and gloomy serialkiller movies; I am not sure how I should think about it...

Posted on January 26, 2008
- Mustachio26

What a great little short. 7 minutes packed with brilliant "execution", pun intended. The cast was great, especially your performance really showcasing Frank's opposite personalities. I great little film that, like you said in the description, perfectly shows how without any fancy gizmos and gadgets you can keep and audience riveted.

Posted on January 26, 2008
- goofparade

You could really feel the love that man has for his work can't you?
This 7 minutes flew by thanks to tight editing, excellent voice work and a neat script. Speeking of seven minutes... this is the firm time that I receive lines,perform them and have the film released within minutes of sending them in :)

Nice job A_N_D as always... and what a beautiful singing voice!

gp

Posted on January 26, 2008
- ubernewbie

cool and slick. You old softie.

Posted on January 26, 2008
- nukester

Now how 'bout that??

Who would have guessed you were an old sop!! Great use of angles,editting, inventive dialogue flow and attention to detail on this short. Examples like switching on the lights and thunder/lightning delay were much appreciated to listen and watch. Good use of VO's and some nice singing/whistling involved.

Jeepers has nothing on this movie :-) so until the next time...

Nuke Well while Whistling in the Rain Swept Wilderness!!

Posted on January 26, 2008
- sisch

Two jobs... yeah, life is hard sometimes...
Loved how you told this story, the build-up, the atmosphere, the music, the sounds!
This just makes me glad that I don't have a night job.... and now most likely never will take on one.
Never!

Posted on January 26, 2008
- jase180

Aint love grand? While I think that warm and fuzzy feel good films are neat and all, sometimes trying to make people feel a love story like this is hard to do, but you pull it off, showing just how sweet some people can be. films like this are hard to do, and whole the genre is lacking in this area, its nice to see people can still make a charming movie with such ease. Bravo Pal. heres 5 stars

Posted on January 26, 2008