Based on the insanely creepy scene from The Adventures of Mark Twain. I love classical kids movies, they're all teaching us a lessons about death and destruction
Reminds me of The Neverhood, maybe because it's a floating clay island in the starless space
Those Magic Pillar Doors. So Wanted and Yet So creeped out by them, Magic Pillar Doors. Whooooo Ya, Good Times.
Great Movie. Shame you cant find it anymore. ( In its intertie. No Net Flicks or Red Box stuff. Nothing)
And all in classic Claymation.
They LITTERLY Do NOT make them like they used to anymore.
Nowadays it would be all CGI or cheesy paper cut-out South Park stuff done with Flash or something.
no. no NO NO!
not the clay people! D:
ANYTHING BUT THE CLAY PEOPLE!! D':
"Well what's your name?"
It reloaded the browser and told be that we can always make more comments... If we need them...
I had mentioned a number of dar animations that I had always liked. Secret of NIMH, Watership Down, The Plague Dogs, The Dark Crystal, Night on the Galactic Railroad, Grave of the Fireflies, Barefoot Gen, Future Boy Conan, Now and Then; Here and There, Romeo's Blue Skies, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Galaxy Express 999, Akira, and others... Not to mention the film that this image is based on: The Adventures of Mark Twain. Those movies and TV series simply stand out from the rest as having themes or motivations ranging from mildly dark, tragic, bittersweet, and all the way to flat out grimdark. Some have happy endings, some have tragic endings. Some are deep, some just seek to pull the heart strings, and some aim to shock you. All in all, I think everything I listed is good, but to this day, it still boggles my mind, that of all the books they chose to include as "stops" on Mark Twains adventure, that they would choose The Mysterious Stranger... It just blows me away that someone decided that was an ideal pick for a children's movie...
Still... I'm glad they did. It resulted in a scene that will be remembered as a very dark piece of legendary animation, one that is not going to be soon forgotten by any who see it!
is a great work!!
"Ponies have no value... we can always make more, if we really need them."
Yeah, I can see why Twilight would have a hard time dealing with Satan's 'detached' nature.
no seriously, good picture ... twilight's in for a big surprise