I am quite disappointed that I let this little gem slip past me, but let's dive right into it. The artwork is quite superb keeping with the original Madness style while also bringing in some new things to look at as well.
One thing I want to gripe about is the sound choice, although superb in most cases the beginning with the heavy metal music and the showing of the title, it kind of took away a certain feeling to the flash, don't get me wrong the rest of the music and sound choices certainly left a creepy atmosphere, that beginning made me want to close the flash movie or at least turn off the sound.
The story is unique to say the least. Unlike the Madness series this has more plot and more depth which really makes this stand out and to the unknown user could be considered a stand alone series which I believe it is. It's also a bit scary leaving me tingling with anticipation and fright. However there are some things that aren't explained. When I saw Justin grab a propane tank I expected a nice explosion to occur later on... we come to a scene showing a horde of zombies and this is when I thought we'd get our comical explosion, sadly no, it's just another fight scene... nothing wrong with that, but I was still wondering when the propane tank was gonna be used and it never was.
Overall this is a serious and at some points humorous flash movie that I would consider showing to a friend and repaying a visit to.
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*Story - What's With The Propane Tank?