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FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2007-01-20

Oh, I have more than an idea, merzbau. That Satan scene fucked was some trippy shit.

Pandatronic - 2007-01-20

Is the whole movie like this?

Aoi - 2007-01-20

Christ. I'd started to hope I'd hallucinated the whole thing a few years ago.

Gurlugon - 2007-01-20

I had heard some things about this one.. but,, I had no idea...WOW

love - 2007-01-20


kingarthur - 2007-01-20

I remember parts of this on tv as a kid, but I didn't remember the creepy factor...

Aelric - 2007-01-20

this sure seems like a neil gaiman production. disturbingly wonderful.

Gylph - 2007-01-20

This has less to do with Mark Twain than the Achewood strips that feature him.

JimL2 - 2007-01-20

Now *that's* edu-tainment.

Spit Spingola - 2007-01-20

Oh god, the nightmares this gave me. I still have this on VHS.

NoCode - 2007-01-20

:O!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Holy Jesus God Almighty.

ChocFullOfFunk - 2007-01-21

I must have been reading the wrong Twain books. I didn't get this at all.

garcet71283 - 2007-01-21

Why am I getting flashbacks to my experiances in Black and White? Ungrateful idiots...

GoodAaron - 2007-01-21

I think it's an artful representation of the cynicism he developed in old age.

voodoo_pork - 2007-01-21

Holy dog shit on a stick, Batman!

fluffy - 2007-01-21

Nihilism at its best. In clay.

athodyd - 2007-01-21


Gojira1000 - 2007-01-22

Hallucirrific! And, as an aside, goddamn.

FABIO2 - 2007-01-22

I think the audience had the same reactions as the kids.

erix - 2007-03-12

well that was a downer.

TheHentaiNazi - 2007-03-12

My Mind has been Raped!

Caminante - 2007-03-16

I remember my parents wouldn't let me watch this.

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2007-03-16

"Who are you?" "An angel." "What's your name?" "Satan." AUUUUGH RUN KIDS!!

Feyd - 2007-03-27

This is the best, and actually only good part of this movie.

dead_cat - 2007-10-08

Pretty much. The other scenes are amazing examples of claymation, but they don't ever seem to merge with the story they are suppposed to be telling.

Mayberry Pancakes - 2007-04-01

Who the hell let children watch this?! I'm about to cry.

johnnyhamhock - 2007-04-04

Mayberry: My parents, for one. Then again my other favorite movie as a child was Mad Max 2

Old_Zircon - 2007-04-06

Wait, isn't this "The Mysterious Stranger?"

KozmicBlue - 2007-04-07

what the christ.....

Chalkdust - 2007-04-18

This was directed by the same guy who did the California Raisins

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-04-29

I didn't watch this again but fuck did it traumatize me as a kid. Fuck you, Will Vinton.

Daughters of Uzbek - 2007-05-28

Gorgeous and awesome and thought-stimulating. I'm so glad my parents let me watch things like this when I was small.

Namor - 2007-06-21

This segment of the film is "The Mysterious Stranger", other parts of the film borrow from other of his later writings, like "Letters From the Earth". Good stuff, though not kid friendly.

Lothar - 2007-07-27

I saw this in the second grade. It scared me .... a lot. I developed a claymation complex. I was scared of all claymation. A couple of years later, the California Raisins commercials started. I didn't eat raisins for a very long time.

Dinkin Flicka - 2008-05-02


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