Eh, I dunno... maybe?
I agree with the poster who said the characters are a tad cliche. But I like the concept of tech-dependent Generation-Y-ers surviving a zombie apocalypse. I can't say no after one little teaser that I found amusing, so I'll say that I'd like to see more.
One thing you really need to fix though-- dialogue: too quiet, music and sound effects: too loud.
I'd give it a 6.5, but since I can't I'll round up to 7 because I like the concept. Nice work!
Great, but a few problems
Here's the deal: Art, animation, voice work, sound effects--all fantastic. The problems lie in the story:
1. For a story that keeps the audience wondering whether it's supposed to be scary or funny, it's too long. That kind of question needs to be answered sooner, especially if you're going for a funny ending.
2. The dialogue starts too late. I thought it was a silent movie at first, but then he started talking and the readjustment was a little awkward. It should either have had dialogue from the beginning or been silent.
3. There's too much focus on the dog at the beginning. It seemed like you were going to tell the story from the dog's perspective, but then it switched to the owner and the dog turned up dead. It felt wrong. Establish who the central character is right away.
4. Furries, man? Come on, that's a little old hat.
Don't misinterpret this as me not liking it. I quite enjoyed it. Just giving a few pointers to help your storytelling in the future. Nice work!
Thank you, StumbleUpon!
I saw this way back when it first came out and thought it was kind of boring. But lo and behold, the Stumble! button brings me back to this two-year-old flash that I'd completely forgotten about and I lol'd a lot. Nice work.
Has it really been that long...?
Man, the first movie I ever saw of yours was "The Ring: Clock Style" way back in 2003, and I've been a fan ever since. I'm pretty sure that your movies are the most creative and well-made out of all the current Clocks. I was surprised, though, by the lack of text-to-speech voices; they're kind of the Clock signature, and I kind of missed it. It works really well here, but I'm hoping you continue to use text-to-speech when the occasion calls for it (especially if you do another FUClock episode, which I'd love to see). Anyway, great cartoon, and thanks for the fond memories and inside jokes (my sister is a fan as well, we quote your cartoons rather frequently) over these past six years, and I hope to see more from you over the next six. Peace!
Somebody's seen "The Boondock Saints." That's the first reference to that movie I've seen on Newgrounds. Very funny movie, keep it up! Also, what's with that tongue thing? Hilariously random...
Best one yet!
Oh my GOD! I was laughing my ass off the whole time! That was the best one of that series yet. You are definetly the best clock on Newgrounds! Keep it up!
This was pretty good.
Harry Potter is NOT for anyone under like 10. Those books are getting deeper and deeper with more maturer stuff in them. So just go look for what you obviously came to this site for--pr0n.
To the author-
This was actually pretty good. It's not often that people make serious Harry Potter stuff on this site, and it's a nice change. Makes me more and more anxious for the next movies. Good jod. I hope you consider doing one for Half-Blood Prince. I really do.
That was funny...
I nearly died laughing when I made it, so I agree that it was funny.
Good luck with your Resident Evil clock movie!
The graphics were pretty good but maybe next time should have a movie or something to go with it, yo... maybe...
The song didn't really match...
...but still pretty good. Invader Zim is the greatest cartoon ever. Good job.
No matter what anyone says, no matter how many times it's quoted, "Walk of Doom" is the worst Zim episode EVER!!!!!!!! Or maybe that's just because I'm so sick of everyone saying "to make room for the tuna" everytime that show is mentioned. Probably the latter. Anyway, I'll stop ranting now. Good job.
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