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The "My Room" Saga

Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 10:53am

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A long time ago I made a film under that ever-so-famous "Guy Hears Scary Noises/Sees Scary Ghost Thing And Follows It" genre, or what I like to call a GHSNSSGTAFI Film. Recently I filmed a sequel to finish the story. The first half is a little tough to watch, but it sets up the second half nicely. Hope you all enjoy.

All music and sound effects are from various games in the Silent Hill series, the Ninja Air Combat flash game, and Footy from http://www.weebls-stuff.com/

Thanks go to the AFCommunity for hosting this film.


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Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 11:06am

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lmao, the end is genious smile
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 12:16pm

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Tim's words say it all. It's genious.

I almost feel moved to tears....
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 12:45pm

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Haha. Badger Badger Badger biggrin
You're the greatest scary version of yourself ever!
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 5:35pm

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I give very few movies a 5. But giving it anything less after laughing so hard would be unjust and I would probably pay for it on judgement day.

The first "Room" was awful, And you know this. But the "Room 2" was excellent. I also enjoyed your use of Silent Hill music, what made this small fact amusing for me is that Silent Hill 4, the game which music you used is called "Silent Hill 4 : The Room" And the track also being called.. "The Room..." .

Lmao, I'm gonna be laughing for ages. Liked the rave too. wink
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 9:13pm

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I have never laughed that hard when watching a movie made by anyone on FxHome.
In fact, I don't think I have ever laughed that hard while watching any short made by any teen.

And everyone must believe me, I am not saying this to be polite to Andreas either. I know this because if Brettsa or Aculag had made this movie I would have given it a five (as long as they both presented themselves, acting wise, in the exact same way, and everything else about it was exactly the same).


Good shorts are rare. And I am a very very critical person when it comes to film.
Your fourth 5.
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 9:30pm

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timbuk2 wrote:

lmao, the end is genious smile
tims words summerize it best.

5 stars.
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 9:37pm

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Slick wrote:

timbuk2 wrote:

lmao, the end is genious smile
tims words summerize it best.

5 stars.
smile
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 10:02pm

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Sweet.
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 10:26pm

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5.
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 12:54am

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LOL. This already beat out Art of the saber! tard
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 12:59am

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I really don't think this is that great. It doesn't deserve to beat out any of those top movies. It's a good idea, but not really that well executed, and because the humor of the whole movie relied on the acting- which wasn't great- it didn't come out as good as I thought it was going to be. Not to say this isn't a good movie, just it's hardly a 5. Maybe a 4, but I gave it a 3. I don't see what's so special. Nothing big here.
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 1:25am

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ben3308 wrote:

I really don't think this is that great. It doesn't deserve to beat out any of those top movies. It's a good idea, but not really that well executed, and because the humor of the whole movie relied on the acting- which wasn't great- it didn't come out as good as I thought it was going to be. Not to say this isn't a good movie, just it's hardly a 5. Maybe a 4, but I gave it a 3. I don't see what's so special. Nothing big here.
Ok, your opinion is justified respectively, I will not complain I promise. Only there was one thing that caught my eye.
I noticed you said "It's a good idea, but not really that well executed."
I think that it was the exact opposite, (even though I did think the idea was pretty funny) that the way he executed the dialouge was hilarious.
If you could, would you go into a little more depth as to why you thought that the content was funny, but not the way he executed it?

You absolutely don't have to, I was just wondering.
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 1:30am

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Not as good as it sounded. Dry humor, poorly framed angles, stupid, not funny movie. Sorry Waser, but from a cinematic view, this film made no great achievments, and from a viewers standpoint, it wasn't very entertaining. It looks like something I made a while back, not really that great. A well deserved 2, though, since it was somewhat humorous. smile
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 3:39am

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Wow, I just have to start by saying I am shocked at how well this movie was received.

Believe me, I was shocked when I came home to see that this movie, at the time, had six solid fives across the board. While I'm flattered, even I have to admit this doesn't belong above the greats like Art of the Saber, DXM, or Turicon (some of my favorites).

Thank you so much to everyone for posting their opinions on the film. Of course I like seeing good reviews for my film, I take no offense to the negative ones.

to ben3308: the only thing I'd like to comment on your opinion is that you believe the movie relied heavily on the acting, while I think the entire movie pretty much relied on the little dance number at the end. I actually didn't even think about the acting while filming this.

to atom: I can see why you say from a cinematic film point this film wasn't that great, because I wasn't out to make a great film, I was just out to make fun of one of my own films I made a while ago, and in doing so I copied all my bad angles and such from my first movie in a mocking way in the second. That is at least what I was going for.

I'd like to also point out while I respect ben and atom's opinions, I am in no way apoligizing for my movie (I mean in my response that I just wrote, not as if you expect me to) because that is something I see happen far too often here when a movie gets criticized. I am very proud of this movie razz

btw, when is Friendship slated for? still very much looking forward to that razz

again, thanks to everyone for responding.
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 5:55am

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That was original. smile

You did a nice job of keeping "your ghosty version of yourself" or YGVOY just ahead of the shot as a hint but not a complete grasp of what he was.

The commentary was good up until about the end - not sure I completey understood the dance end.

The overhead shot was good - it caught my eye and makes for a interesting moment.

The editing from shot to shot could have been a little tighter - there were few clips that hung for a bit too long.

I like the piece otherwise - good stuff~
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 8:21am

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I think the best part of this was the way you kept the "ghost" just ahead of being completely seen, like Klinn OWarren said. Well done. I didn't think the dance part fit well, but it was humerous to watch and I enjoyed it. cool
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 11:38am

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Heheheh, sheer brilliance. I gotta admit, i watched the first half and thought "hmm, this is a bit empty". But the 2nd more than made up for it.

Nice long, lonely cuts in the first half, and matter-of-fact short, sharp cuts in the second.

Those gaping pauses in dialogue - the "stunned silence" - was brilliant, although I think perhaps you could have rehearsed the lines a little more as you were following the ghost at the beginning, they came out a bit garbled.

I'm afraid the humor seems to have flown several thousand feet above your heads, Atom/ben3308. The comedy is dry, yes, but i fail to see where that becomes a problem. I'd prefer to watch dry humour than vacuous slapstick or the insultingly banal standard situational american comedy. (IBSSAC). I'd say it was pretty obviously made for a laugh, so your oddly caustic reviews only belie an inner embarassment that you didn't get it. Rather Unfortunate.

I suspect that the movie was largely a product of hanging out in the chatrooms, especially the superlative dance scene, so the jokes were very much 'in' and probably too abstracted for many to 'get'.

Still, it made those who matter laugh, so what the hell.
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 8:30pm

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It was DIFFERENT

And that's why I'm giving it 5 stars!
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 11:34pm

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GREAT MOVIE!! smile

I LOVE THE DANCE PARTY!! biggrin


Shadowhawk cool
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 11:44pm

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woah, this went from 1 to 66 in a day. tough luck waser! wink
Posted: Tue, 14th Sep 2004, 11:53pm

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woah, cmon man? WHat was that?


obviously something pretty fun and cool! 4 from me, nice work
Posted: Wed, 15th Sep 2004, 1:18am

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Waser wrote:


I'd like to also point out while I respect ben and atom's opinions, I am in no way apoligizing for my movie (I mean in my response that I just wrote, not as if you expect me to) because that is something I see happen far too often here when a movie gets criticized. I am very proud of this movie razz

btw, when is Friendship slated for? still very much looking forward to that razz

again, thanks to everyone for responding.
No need to apologize, Waser. The dance party at the end was funny, but not 5 star material for me.
As far as the Friendship, I'm really not sure. We got all serious about it, and finished about 80% of filming (its slated to run about 25 minutes) when Brian had to go out of town for something. (an important ordeal) He'll be gone a couple weeks, but we tried to get in everything this previous weekend and the ones before that. We're still missing two major scenes, but there's nothing we could've done, as the weather is not permitting of them. We're trying not to give up on the film, but it looks like it'll be a month or two before it's up. (very sadly to say) For the meantime (noted, we CAN'T film, not that we're lazy) we're working on a dark comedy about the killer in all of us. (that's all I can say..........so far.)

DANCE PARTY!

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I'm afraid the humor seems to have flown several thousand feet above your heads, Atom/ben3308. The comedy is dry, yes, but i fail to see where that becomes a problem. I'd prefer to watch dry humour than vacuous slapstick or the insultingly banal standard situational american comedy. (IBSSAC). I'd say it was pretty obviously made for a laugh, so your oddly caustic reviews only belie an inner embarassment that you didn't get it. Rather Unfortunate.
Yes, Xcession, just as I'd rather watch vacuous slapstick or the insultingly banal standard situational american comedy. (which, by your words, I find somewhat offensive) It's not a matter of the fact that I didn't understand it, I just find humor in different things.

*****It's pretty shallow to say that I don't understand the humor, when you come back and say you don't like vacuous slapstick or the insultingly banal standard situational american comedy. Obviously, vacuous slapstick or the insultingly banal standard situational american comedy has flown right over your head******

*Only intended to prove a point, not necessarily true, X. smile
Posted: Wed, 15th Sep 2004, 1:56am

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Xcession wrote:

I'd say it was pretty obviously made for a laugh, so your oddly caustic reviews only belie an inner embarassment that you didn't get it. Rather Unfortunate..
This is a caustic review?


ben3308 wrote:

I really don't think this is that great. It doesn't deserve to beat out any of those top movies. It's a good idea, but not really that well executed, and because the humor of the whole movie relied on the acting- which wasn't great- it didn't come out as good as I thought it was going to be. Not to say this isn't a good movie, just it's hardly a 5. Maybe a 4, but I gave it a 3. I don't see what's so special. Nothing big here.
I tried to make this as purely constructive as I could. It is critical, sure, but hardly caustic. You want something caustically reviewed, talk to stqagehanduk. wink j/k.

Xcession wrote:

Atom/ben3308.
There I go being paired again. I notice you used a slash rather than the word 'and'. You [i]do[/i[] realize that we're two different people, right? Being a twin sucks. If you didn't notice, our opinions are different. I found nothing wrong with the movie, I just didn't prefer the final product.

I loved how the titles were worded, like, "So many questions left unanswered." and the opening titles where it says, "This is that movie." I also didn't see the DANCE PARTY part until the second time I watched it, and that was hilarious. But, overall, this movie didn't work for me.

Xcession wrote:

I'd prefer to watch dry humour than vacuous slapstick or the insultingly banal standard situational american comedy.
Um...I guess you're assuming I prefer American comedy? Well, if you know me, I prefer shows like "The Red/Green Show" and "An American in Canada" off of the CBC or oldie favorites off of the BBC such as "Fawlty Towers", "Bean"- I own every episode, "Blackadder", and several others.

So I didn't enjoy this movie. Whoopee. I find my review hardly worth persecuting me for. I like some movies and I dislike others. That's just how I am.
Posted: Wed, 15th Sep 2004, 2:54am

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evman101 wrote:

woah, this went from 1 to 66 in a day. tough luck waser! wink
hehehe, at least we all had some laughs along the way.

*cue closing credits music*

seriously though, 66 out of 535 or something like that. That's freaking brilliant!

Xcession wrote:

I suspect that the movie was largely a product of hanging out in the chatrooms, especially the superlative dance scene, so the jokes were very much 'in' and probably too abstracted for many to 'get'.
by the way xcession, you hit it right on the head wink
Posted: Wed, 15th Sep 2004, 8:14am

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which, by your words, I find somewhat offensive
Yes! *punches air*. A check-mark for Wednesday!

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Posted: Wed, 15th Sep 2004, 8:25am

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ben3308 wrote:

You do realize that we're two different people, right? Being a twin sucks.
I don't think that many people here can tell you two are twins from the perspective of sitting behind a computer screen, not actually seening what you looks like, and not knowing your life history.

I don't think being a twin sucks because people you don't know communicating electronically put a "/" between you and your brothers' names.

hmmm
Posted: Thu, 16th Sep 2004, 3:18am

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orion0340 wrote:

I don't think being a twin sucks because people you don't know communicating electronically put a "/" between you and your brothers' names.
I don't know how this would not suck. If you're me, you get paired or jumbled daily, and its annoying. So I don't much like being addressed to as both me and my brother. And I don't know how long you've posted for on the forums, but I tohught several people knew that I was a twin. Hmm....well there you go. I'm a twin.

In the words of evman:
Alright, I'm going to say this and that's going to be the end of it, okay?
End of discussion. This conversation will not continue- however, knowing me, if you are incoherent to my requests then I will have no choice but to respond. So let
s just drop this petty arguement right here, okay? This is Waser's movie forum, not a 'hate-on-the-twin' forum. Aight? Okay....now we're cool.



Wait. You called me a douche? Dude, that's SOOOO not cool.

Okay..............................................Now I'm done.
Posted: Thu, 16th Sep 2004, 3:21am

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ben3308 wrote:


In the words of evman:
heh, maybe im making more of a name for myself than I thought I was on here...?

razz
Posted: Thu, 16th Sep 2004, 11:34pm

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Slick presents a Fxhome exclusive

My room dancing - http://www.afcommunity.com/Host/Waser/My%20Room-The%20Dancing.wmv

in assosiation with Marek
Posted: Thu, 16th Sep 2004, 11:38pm

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thanks a ton slick smile
crap, I bumped this to the third page. Ill repost the link:
http://www.afcommunity.com/Host/Waser/My%20Room-The%20Dancing.wmv

Im going to have to explain this though
Im clearing up space on my computer and decided to delete the unedited footage of My Room 2, but I couldn't let it go without saying good bye.

This is the unedited dance party set to the roots song Duck Down (the only bad one on their new album)

check out the "what the **** am I doing" look on my face right before I start.

enjoy!
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Where did you get those moaning sounds? Did you take them from the SH4 trailer? crazy
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Rating: +2

if you are talking about the sounds int he first half of the movie, I found all the sound effects/music in the old Silent Hill 4 tailer, which you can see here:

Silent Hill 4 Trailer

if you are looking for other silent hill sound effects I used(siren in the beginning or the clagging sound in the middle transition), and more, check out this site:

Silent Hill Sound Effects

Waser, hoping that was helpful razz

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Posted: Sat, 18th Sep 2004, 4:31pm

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Thanks smile I knew i heard those moans in something SH4 related.
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I am glad to see Cabinet Squirel is still making movies!.... hey Waser when did you become a gold member?
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frozenpede? is that you?

oh yeah, ive been a gold member since I got chromonator on my birthday in april.
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Waser wrote:

frozenpede? is that you?

oh yeah, ive been a gold member since I got chromonator on my birthday in april.
haha, yeah, I lost my password and my old e-mail address so I had to get a new one.

hey, now that I remember, you still wanna do that joint project? Ive still got the script laying around here somewhere (I never finished your part)

as to the movie... it is still downloading, Ill post my thoughts when it does smile
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umm... was that waser with a passifier at the end?

smile

well done...what was the music for the credits?

the only thing I would have changed was the stairwell scene. You probably should have looked down before we saw the ghost...the way it was done just seamed too chopy
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Was kind of funny, but I just didn't get it.
Nice music at the end thou.
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jonky64 wrote:

Was kind of funny, but I just didn't get it.
Nice music at the end thou.
you see, what I was really trying to convey in this movie, if nothing else, is the struggle of the Tadjik villiages. the dancing, or rather dance party, represented opression, and the poster of a panda and the foot of my bed is the expression of free peoples.

Just kidding, there was nothing to get, other than that I was trying to dance razz
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so....when does the saga continue?
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never...OR DOES IT?!??! no, it doesn't
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Really smooth! wink Keep it up!
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haha, hey Waser, nice sig of my hero... although Id think you might wanna have the deathstar exploding behind him instead biggrin
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This was great... the second half cracked me up (not to mention the little dance video you posted). I gave it 5/5 just for the second half and the spastic dancing...
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Man that was great. Seriously, Grade A &@$%. You deserve a pie. But not any pie, but a cherry pie. Also, a little heads up, on the last scene (In the Dance Party) there is a speck of green in the upper left corner. I know you weren't planning on making this a big shot film adn you were just doing it for fun, (I do it to) watch out for those errors in the future. But im no liberal Cirtique, so you get 5/5 man.
Like i said, Grade A &@$%... Grade &@$%...
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yeah, that greenspeck. if you look closely, it's in pretty much all of our movies (or at least a good ammount of them.) whoops. glad you like this old, old movie
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lol, waser this movie kicks.

i gotta hand it to you bro. i love the classic windows movie maker. i use it too, people dont think its good of a program. but you proove them wrong, haha later man.

justin jonesy
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hey alexcull lives in my neighborhood, haha.
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Nice. I liked it a lot. Very creative.
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oh first movie on fxhome. how I love thee.
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wow, i still watch this movie everyday.
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Waser

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I find that suprising, as it really isn't all the relevant any more.

Even though it was only one year ago we all suffered the string of follow yourself movies...... seems like it was just..... yesterday...
cry
Posted: Thu, 1st Sep 2005, 12:38am

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Rabbit Hole Pictures

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*rubs wasers back*

aww, im sorry toots.

wow that was wrong

anyway, i saw pics on your myspace (im the justin socks kid) and i wanna see the freaking electric mans movie

rah finish it
Posted: Thu, 1st Sep 2005, 12:50am

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Fill

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It was kinda creepy then it got to being really funny...nice chromanator effects too...I was cool and all but didnt have anything..well...AMAZING about it...it was a nice job too...(i noticed on your computer your were on FXhome rofl) also the credits for the first part were cool that you did with Windows Movie maker..Ill havet to do that sometime...hmmm....
Posted: Thu, 1st Sep 2005, 5:25am

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Waser

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justin, EM8K won't be out for a while, BUT you can follow the progress in the link in my sig.

oh, and by the way, I just noticed that it's been almost a year since this movie came out. I have something up my sleeve just so you know.